According to recent reports, Prince Harry has a dedicated room in a luxurious hotel for his solo retreats. The Duke of Sussex is said to have this room “on standby” in California, near his home.
The Telegraph reveals that the owner of a prominent hotel chain in Montecito shared this surprising detail. It is also mentioned that Prince Harry has another “escape place” prepared for his use.
The hotel room is reportedly situated in close proximity to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s £11 million mansion. Additionally, it is stated that Harry has been known to check in at the San Vincente Bungalows when he visits Los Angeles.
Described by GQ as a “home from home for A-list actors, music legends, and studio executives,” the San Vincente Bungalows is an exclusive members’ club. It is located a two-hour drive from Harry and Meghan’s residence and has a strict vetting process for its 750 members. The club also emphasizes privacy, prohibiting the use of mobile phones to ensure a relaxed atmosphere.
An insider revealed to The Telegraph, “That seems to be his escape place.” However, a spokesperson for Prince Harry and Meghan’s organization, Archewell, declined to comment on the matter.
These reports emerge as the couple marked their fifth wedding anniversary. However, no mention of the milestone was made on Harry and Meghan’s official Instagram page.
Just days earlier, they spoke out against paparazzi in a scathing statement, alleging involvement in a “near catastrophic car chase” in New York.
The claims have drawn scrutiny, with GB News broadcaster Dan Wootton urging viewers to question the veracity of Harry and Meghan’s statements. He referred to the couple as “proven compulsive liars” and called for fact-checking before broadcasting their claims.
Royal author Douglas Murray also criticized the couple’s assertions, suggesting they could be part of their upcoming Netflix documentary series. He expressed skepticism about the feasibility of a two-hour car chase in New York, implying that it might have been invented for dramatic effect.