Celebrities on Spring Break

Celebrities visit the same places the rest of America does when they want R&R

ByGenevieve Shaw Brown
March 20, 2012, 4:01 PM

March 21, 2012— -- intro: Truth be told, the places celebrities vacation are pretty similar to the places everyone else goes on vacation. Recently, celebs have been spotted in Cancun, the number-one international destination for Americans traveling by air; Miami, always in the top five for domestic locales; Hawaii, a top honeymoon destination for Americans and on a vacation close to home in Los Angeles. Sure, they're likely staying in more luxurious digs when they're there, but anyone can book rooms at the resorts celebs frequent.

Click through the next few pages to see where celebrities are spending their spring vacations:

quicklist: 1category: title: Jessica Simpson: Beverly Hills url: text: Call it a "near-cation." The very pregnant Jessica Simpson was spotted poolside at the Beverly Hills Hotel earlier this month. No surprise she's sticking close to home, it's recommended that pregnant women don't fly in the third trimester. Simpson was spotted poolside at the posh hotel, according to Radar Online.

A one-night stay in a superior guestroom at the Beverly Hills Hotel over a weekend in April will cost about $700 per night plus tax.

Bonus: The hotel has a fourth night free deal plus a $100 dining credit offer on its web site. Blackout dates June 15 – August 31.

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quicklist: 2category: title: Kate Hudson, Leonardo DiCaprio, Gwyneth Paltrow and more: Cancun url: text: US Weekly reports these celebrities – plus Stevie Wonder, Naomi Campbell and Kate Moss – spent last weekend at the Rosewood Mayakoba resort on Mexico's Riviera Maya, just south of Cancun. What on earth could bring all these celebs to one resort at the same time? A 60th birthday celebration for Sir Philip Green, CEO of UK-based clothing company Topshop.

Want to visit the Rosewood Mayakoba? The best available rate for a weekend in mid-April is $625 per night for a Lagoon Studio Suite, nearly 800 square-foot interior and 1,000-plus square feet of outdoor space with a rooftop sundeck, a plunge pool and outdoor shower.

Tip: If you go in the summer, you'll pay $450 per night for the same room and included is breakfast for two.

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quicklist: 3category: title: Jennifer "JWoww" Farley and Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi: Cancun url: text: HotelChatter.com reports JWoww and mom-to-be Snooki checked into the Beach Palace Resort all inclusive in Cancun on March 15, smack in the middle of spring break debauchery. They're there to film their new reality show. Reportedly Snooki has only sipped on virgin daiquiris and Diet Coke, which is a shame since drinks are included at the resort.

A stay at the Beach Palace will only set you back about $385 per night over a weekend in late April. Remember, that rate includes all meals, drinks and entertainment.

Bonus: The resort (and its sister resorts, there are 11 Palace Resorts in Mexico in all) offers a $1,500 resort credit for everything that's not included in the price: golf, spa treatments, room upgrades and more.

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quicklist: 4category: title: Ashley Tisdale: Maui

url: text: Photos surfaced on TMZ of Ashley Tisdale today on a Maui beach .No official word on where she's staying, but it could be the Ritz-Carlton Kapalua. It's a luxury hotel that she's tweeted about staying at before and had a "great vacation" while there. Incidentally, Tisdale also has a dog named Maui.

A stay at the hotel over a late-April weekend will run about $630 per night (plus tax) for a 900-sqaure-foot, one-bedroom suite with w garden view.

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quicklist: 5category: title: Mary J. Blige: Miami

url: text: In town for the Jazz in the Gardens festival, photos have emerged of Mary J Blige sunning herself on a Miami Beach. It's unclear, however, where exactly she's getting her R&R. A likely contender is Soho Beach House. The blue-and-white towels on Blige's beach chair look identical to those at the 50-room hotel that bills itself as a "private members club, hotel and spa," but anyone can book a room on their web site.

A stay at Soho Beach House over a weekend in mid-May will set you back about $435 per night plus tax for a bayside room.

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