When it comes to celebrities, it’s nearly impossible to pin them down. After all, they’re usually jet-setting around the world, attending movie premieres, high profile events, or simply vacationing. Regardless of where they are in the world, they’re living in style—eating at the best restaurants, staying in the chicest hotels, and of course participating in the best shopping the world has to offer. Each week with Celebrity Tracking we bring you a new star and show you the ins and outs of their favorite spots around the world!
Love him or hate him, there’s no denying that Justin Bieber is the pop icon these days. On the road to the top, the 19-year-old Canadian singer has nabbed millions of fans, millions of dollars, and tons of controversy in the process.
The outspoken singer can’t seem to catch a break lately, getting in scuffles with paparazzi, fainting onstage, and even causing an international kerfuffle after an odd comment regarding Anne Frank. However, one thing that can always be said about Bieber is that he knows how to live the high life. As a frequent world traveler, he has definitely racked up some serious sky miles—and wherever he goes, he’s always staying in the finest hotels and eating at the most exclusive restaurants.
Here, an inside look at his favorite worldwide destinations everywhere from Los Angeles to Austria.
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Where: Anne Frank Museum in Amsterdam
When: Justin Bieber's most recent PR gaffe occurred at the storied Anne Frank Museum in Amsterdam. After visiting recently he wrote in the museum's guestbook, "Truly inspiring to be able to come here. Anne was a great girl. Hopefully she would have been a Belieber." Naturally, his comments caused a wave of controversy, but many are defending him stating that he had no ill intentions.
267 Prinsengracht, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Where: Hotel Le Meurice in Paris
When: This year in March, Bieber stayed at the luxury Hotel le Meurice in Paris. He reportedly booked seven high-priced suites across two floors to enjoy with his entourage, which costs upwards of $100,000. According to the press, a large group of fans caused quite a commotion trying to get a glimpse of the pop icon. There were rumors circulating that he was kicked out as a result of the drama.
228 Rue de Rivoli, Paris, France
Where: Passage in Vienna
When: While in Vienna last month, Bieber was banned from Passage nightclub because his entourage got too rowdy—the club's manager reportedly said, "Justin Bieber is no longer welcome here."
3 Burgring, Badenbergerstrasse, Vienna, Austria
Where: Mr. Chow in London
When: In March, Bieber was spotted leaving the famed Mr. Chow in London, wearing a gas mask as a disguise from the paparazzi. His friends are reportedly in on the joke, and take turns wearing masks to throw off the press.
151 Knightsbridge, London, United Kingdom
Where: Mint Leaf in London
When: In March, Bieber went out to dinner at Mint Leaf in London. The restaurant serves upscale Indian food.
Suffolk Place, Westminster, London, United Kingdom
Where: Cirque du
Soir in London
When: For his
birthday this year, Bieber headed out with some friends—including Will Smith’s
14-year-old son Jaden Smith—to the Cirque du Soir club in London. Shortly
afterwards, he tweeted about having "the worst birthday" after they weren’t
allowed in because of his underage entourage. The
club released this statement: "Justin Bieber visits Cirque Du Soir regularly,
and he and his friends are always welcome, as long the members of the group are
legally old enough to enter the club. This was simply a matter of regulation
that we must adhere to."
15-21 Ganton Street, London,
Where: The Capital FM Arena in Nottingham
When: Bieber performed at the Capital
FM Arena in Nottingham in March. After the show, he tweeted, “I see and saw
all the posts from around the world. U got me smiling. Love u. Thank u.
Bolero Square, The Lace Market, Nottingham, United Kingdom
Where: Nobu in West Hollywood
When: In February, Bieber went to dinner with some friends at Japanese hotspot Nobu. The press speculated that later that night, he saw his ex-girlfriend Selena Gomez. Here's to hoping he ordered the rock shrimp tempura, the restaurant's signature dish.
903 North La Cienega Boulevard, West Hollywood, California
Where: Crustacean in Los Angeles
When: In February, Justin Bieber joined his friends Lil Twist and Tyga at Crustacean restaurant in Beverly Hills. Lil and Tyga are known for residing at Bieber's Calabasas mega-mansion and driving his luxury vehicles. Lil Twist has been pulled over multiple times in Bieber's Fisker Karma.
9646 South Santa Monica Boulevard, Beverly Hills, California
Where: Four Seasons in Los Angeles
When: In November 2012, Bieber was spotted with Gomez at the Four Seasons Hotel in Los Angeles just a week after their breakup was announced. If you are going to rekindle a romance, the Four Seasons is the place to do it.
300 South Doheny Drive, Los Angeles, California
Where: Yamato Restaurant in Encino
When: Bieber and Gomez reportedly had a heated five minute dinner (yes, five minutes) at Japanese restaurant Yamato, and left in separate cars. The press couldn't get enough of following the couple's every move during this tumultuous time in their relationship in November.
17200 Ventura Boulevard, Encino, California
Where: Foot Soldiers in Miami
When: While in Miami on business, Bieber shopped for sneakers with a group of friends at Foot Soldiers in Miami. The store sells the latest sneaker trends, as well as graphic t-shirts.
100 South East 1st Avenue, Miami, Florida
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