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Sometimes we forget celebrities are actually human beings who, like us, even need to sleep. Of course, they don’t sleep like us, they sleep in style whether they’re on the road or not. A simple caravan won’t do for these megastars who, apart from a comfy bed, also demand great Food and constant entertainment.
So, let’s take a look at how our stars sleep after a crazy night of rocking out.
No celeb in their right mind would slum it in economy class when they’re touring the world. The only time they get to sleep is when they’re travelling. After all, we all know celebrities own private jets because, let’s face it, they’re awesome and the envy of all us commoners.
But a certain band took it one step further and actually customised their own Boeing 747-00. That band was Iron maiden who will soar the skies for their new tour in their private jet that beats all private jets. Bruce Dickinson, in his magnanimous glory, has also revealed that each member of crew will even ‘get a row of seats each to catch up on sleep on the flights!’
Now that is one way to sleep in style, with Iron Maiden, on a Boeing 747-00.
Although personally, I’d rather be sleeping on this gorgeous thing.
These things are probably better than your house. Did you know that the kitchen in Brad Pitt’s trailer cost him $60,000 alone. These trailers are absolutely insane, and whilst our celebrities need to party, they also need to sleep.
These trailers come with some pretty swanky bedrooms filled with all sorts of gadgets and gizmos. Brad Pitt’s bedroom comes fully equipped with a queen-size bed, perfect to sneak a couple of hours into his busy regime. Of course, costing nearly $1million dollars, that’s quite the expensive nap.
If you’re after something a little less expensive, but still want luxury, take a look at this!
Sometimes after a busy week of filming only the only thing that you want is a nice, comfy bed, in one of the most expensive hotel rooms in the world. One of the cheapest you’ll find is in Paris, where one night’s stay in the Imperial Suite, part of the Park-Hyatt Paris Vendome, will only cost you £10,104 per night. This 645 sqft balcony comes with a whirlpool, an in-house spa and a massage table, for, you know, all that hard work you’ve been doing earning millions upon millions.
On the opposite side of the scale - the most expensive hotel room ever - you have the Royal Penthouse Suite in Geneva. This gorgeous 1700 sq meter terrace comes its very own grand piano, 12 bathrooms - who knows why - and most importantly, bullet proof glass. I guess that’s what you pay for being really reallyreally ridiculously good looking*, and famous.
Don’t pay £50,000 for some shut eye, lay your head on something much cheaper and just as comfy.
*Zoolander quote if you missed it.