The 90s was all about Hugh Grant, and the film Notting Hill cemented his leading man status. Before the millennium closed, the film was released to critical and box office success. One of the most iconic locations that the film used is the famed blue door, the entrance of Grant’s character’s flat. The door is so famous that tourists flocked the location and got auctioned off; it was replaced with a black door, but the current owners graciously painted the door back to its famous color.
280 Westbourne Park Road, Notting Hill, London