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'Emily in Paris,' 'Yellowstone' and other TV sets you can stay over night

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The first season of “The White Lotus” was filmed at the Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea.

The first season of “The White Lotus” was filmed at the Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea.

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More travelers are turning to movies and television shows as their top sources of travel inspiration. In fact, Expedia has declared 2023 the year of the “set-jetter” in a new report about upcoming trends.

Nearly two-thirds of travelers surveyed by online travel agency have actually booked a trip inspired by a movie or a television show, according to Expedia's 2023 trends report. That puts Hollywood even higher than social media.

The United Kingdom, for example, is seeing sky-high interest thanks to popular shows like Bridgerton, The Crown and House of the Dragon. Flight demand for London was actually up a whopping 620% this year compared to last year, according to Expedia, and ranks in the top 10 searches for international destinations in 2023. Travelers may be headed to Bath in search of their own “diamond of the season,” or to find Targaryens around St. Michael’s Mount

With that in mind, we found some of the top destinations from popular TV shows where you can actually stay and take in the ambience you've seen on screen. Time to grab your popcorn — and a flight! 

Emily in Paris

Paris, France 

The Hôtel Plaza Athénée stars in an episode where Emily (played by actress Lily Collins) visits another character staying in the Haute Couture Eiffel Suite, according to the hotel. The accommodation boasts an unbelievable view of the Eiffel Tower, not to mention plush furnishings. 

Inventing Anna

New York City, New York

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Unlike Anna "Delvey" Sorokin, you will have to pay when staying at 11 Howard. The hotel features prominently as Sorokin's crash pad in the 2018 New York Magazine article by journalist Jessica Pressler, which ultimately served as the basis for Shonda Rhimes' Netflix series Inventing Anna. 

Stranger Things

Albuquerque, New Mexico 

The Byers family’s 4,000-square-foot home from the hit sci-fi series’ fourth season is available to book and perfect for a large group of friends. In true Stranger Things fashion, the interior of the home is decked out with '70s and '80s decor. Read more about it here!

The White Lotus

Sicily, Italy 

If you’ve been swooning over the seaside Sicily hotel that serves as a backdrop for season 2 of HBO's The White Lotus, we’ve got good news: Stays aren’t just for fictional guests. San Domenico Palace is a 14th-century Dominican convent turned Four Seasons hotel in the coastal town of Taormina. Read more about it here!

Wailea, Hawaii 

In season one, The White Lotus characters gather at a Hawaii resort that's the real-life Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea, located right on the Maui shore. The hotel's general manager told The Guardian that its fame had "taken on a life of its own. You couldn’t imagine the amount of calls we’ve gotten.”

Yellowstone

Darby, Montana

The Dutton family ranch is actually called Chief Joseph Ranch, and it’s located in Darby, Montana. Cabins are open for reservations (but not for the rest of 2022, according to the website). See some of our favorite Yellowstone gifts for the holiday season here.