The Great Gatsby is Baz Luhrmann's latest masterpiece, adapted from F. Scott Fitzgerald's literary classic and set in the decadent summer of 1922. Although Luhrmann chose to film in his hometown of Sydney, the locations depicted are New York City and Long Island's North Shore. In honour of the release of this widely anticipated film, the hotel comparison website www.trivago.co.uk has selected eight hotels fit for a modern day Gatsby.
These hotels envisage where the rich and beautiful would holiday this summer, boasting locations in Long Island, the Hudson Valley, Cape Cod and surrounding areas. Many of these hotels are housed within historic mansions operating in the Roaring Twenties, all of which feature striking exteriors, elegant decor and fine wine and dining. Look no further for the New York City hotel frequented by Fitzgerald himself, or coastal retreats set in acres of beautifully landscaped gardens, evocative of Gatsby's own magnificent mansion.