Travel + Leisure magazine's Features Director Nilou Motamed talked with "Extra" about some of the vacation destinations favored by Hollywood A-listers. Check it out!
Top Celebrity Vacation Spots
Los Cabos, Mexico
Celebrity couples George Clooney and Stacy Kiebler, and Eddie Cibrian and LeAnn Rimes were snapped dialing up the heat this holiday season.And stars like Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes stay at Los Cabos' premier resort, The One&Only Palmilla [http://palmilla.oneandonlyresorts.com/]. Motamed explained, "This is a place that if you're sitting by the pool and your sunglasses are smudged, someone comes by and cleans them for you. I like that kind of service and so do a lot of celebrities."Las Ventanas al Paraiso [http://www.rosewoodhotels.com/en/lasventanas/] is another Cabo resort where celebs like to relax, including Jennifer Lopez.
Tom Hanks and Mick Jagger love this Caribbean island -- and Motamed knows a great place to stay. "If you're really looking to be where everyone who is anyone is, that's the Eden Rock Hotel [http://www.edenrockhotel.com/]. There are only 34 rooms in this hotel, but those 34 rooms are always packed with super celebrities."
Parrot Cay, Turks and Caicos
Celebs who frequent this gorgeous Caribbean destination include Bruce Willis and Taylor Swift.Said Motamed, "If you are an A-lister and you're looking for the ultimate in luxury in Turks and Caicos, you head straight to Parrot Cay [http://www.parrotcay.como.bz/]. It's its own private island, which means you and the very lucky other people who get to stay at this hotel are the only people on the island."
Motamed revealed that stars such as Halle Berry and Rob Lowe adore the warm, pristine beaches of Hawaii. "One of the hotels in Hawaii that is a big celebrity magnet is the Four Seasons Hualalai [http://www.fourseasons.com/hualalai/] on the big island."And if you are staying in Oahu, Motamed has the perfect place to stay. "Right in the heart of Waikiki is the Halekulani Hotel [http://www.halekulani.com/]. This is a hotel that's all about doing it bigger and better."