It's not always a blessing when celebrities and stars stay at hotels.
The publicity can be great, but some stars are notorious for their bad behavior. They also often expect the red carpet rolled out for them.
Many issues with stars are more a result of overzelaous handlers and personal assistants, but some very famous actors, musicians and celebs have gone out of their way with over-the-top behavior to earn a permanent ban from hotels and resorts.
Below you'll find our list of top celebrities now persona non grata at various hotels around the world:
John Travolta: Travolta has constantly been in the news because of past claims by male massueses that allege the star made unwanted advances towards them.
Travolta was reportedly barred for three years from the spa at New York City's Peninsula Hotel after numerous complaints from male employees.
Travolta and his people completely deny these rumors so you'll have to make up your own mind about the validity of the claims.
Charlie Sheen: Sheen is permanently banned from New York City's Plaza hotel for, well, acting like Charlie Sheen.
The capper came when he did $20,000 worth of damage to his hotel room. Sheen allegedly flew into a rage after what he claimed was a bad reaction to medication he was taking.
Lindsay Lohan: Lohan reportedly banned herself from Hollywood's Standard Hotel after getting into a fight at a bar there.
Paris Hilton: Hilton is rumored to be banned at several Vegas hotels and casinos but the Wynn and Encore were the most public in barring admittance after a 2010 incident that saw Hilton busted for drugs in the valet line with a manager of the resort's nightclubs in the car with her.
Hilton was reportedly reinstated into the hotels good graces in 2011.
Vince Neil: The rocker has trashed his share of hotel rooms but it was his rants on Twitter about how terrible the Palms in Vegas is that got him banned from the establishment.
Britney Spears: It takes a lot to get banned from the LA's Chateau Marmont but Spears managed the feat, allegedly smearing food on her face in the dining room during one of her troubled episodes in 2007.
Lil Wayne: The Wynn took no chances in 2010 when Wayne and his posse were in town, letting him know in advance that his business wasn't welcome there before he even stepped foot in the door.
O.J. Simpson: Simpson had the run of Vegas for years until he faced criminal charges in 2007 that included kidnapping, at which point Harrah's, MGM and others made it clear to Simpson that they no longer had any room in the inn for the Juice.