Do you find yourself enviously clicking through pictures of celebrity homes on your lunch hour? Instead of turning green over the multibillion-dollar estates of George Clooney or Brad and Angelina, why not follow their lead? Plan your own getaway in a place where the stars have found solace, far from the fray.
This week, the closed-door security at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in New York City wasn't for U.S. President Barak Obama, but rather 10 year old Khanbolat Nazarbayev, nephew of the President of Kazakhstan, who was celebrating his 10th birthday party at the hotel. His older brother is set to marry the daughter of the Prime Minister of Malaysia next week.
The Plaza is rolling out the red carpet for an Oscar night to remember. Complete with celebrity style pre-show preparations of priming, prepping and a photo shoot, guests will relish in pampering fit for the stars.
The New York Times recently listed Panama as number one out of 45 Places to Go in 2012. Apparently, A-List celebs agree since many have been visiting Panama to enjoy some incognito time, a trend that will probably continue to increase during 2012.
As part of the partnership, guests of Fairmont Hotels & Resorts will have the chance to experience once-in-a-lifetime experiences from Abbey Road Studios from behind-the-scenes studio visits to Recording a Song at Abbey Road Studios, as well as exclusive discounts and offers on Abbey Road Studios products and services.