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This story first appeared in the May 16 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. F. Scott Fitzgerald famously immortalized the breathtaking Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc, perched on a rocky promontory in the Mediterranean midway between St. Tropez and Monaco, when he wrote in his 1934 novel Tender Is the Night about "the large, proud, rose-colored hotel" on the French Riviera that "has become a summer resort of notable, fashionable people." Photos: Inside the Hotel du Cap For once, Fitzgerald understated it. For much of the past century, the world's most celebrated artists, writers, film stars and politicians

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