presenters Clarkson, Hammond and May, is now firmly underway. Not even with Netflix, but Amazon Prime Video, the subscription-based, on-demand TV service from Amazon.If you're not familiar with the Netflix and Hulu rival, it provides unlimited access to more than 15,000 movies and TV shows, for a fee of course.Though James Bond is a fictional character, some of 007's onscreen tastes ring true for actual, real-life spies.No, we're not talking about those million-dollar sports cars he guides around hairpin turns, or the cocktails he prefers shaken instead of stirred, but something else entirely: His taste in luxury hotels.Getting into the Amazon Prime way of life is just as straightforward for console owners, with dedicated apps available for PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One.Even those with a Wii or Wii U still sat under their TV can get in on the action.Today, The Stafford London may be known for its red brick Victorian exterior and prime location near Buckingham palace, but its American Bar was a popular hangout during World War II for members of the Special Operations Executive, a British WWII covert military organization.
It is regarded by many as Moore's best and quite possibly one of the best in the series, as well as Moore's personal favourite of his own batch.The first streaming service to offer high dynamic range content (expect brighter colours and enhanced areas of shadow), Prime Video is bundled in when you sign up for an Amazon Prime account, the honour of which will set you back £79 a year.Related: New on Amazon Prime Video Just like Netflix, Amazon has Prime Video apps available for all manner of connected TVs, Blu-ray players, cinema systems and games consoles, meaning whatever home setup you have, you should be covered.(Wake lived at the hotel until shortly before her death in 2011 at the age of 98.) Now, the American Bar is decked out in memorabilia and keepsakes from past guests—including bar regular Margaret Thatcher—and there are model airplanes donated by the Royal Air Force and USAF pilots who flew them.Another 5-star hotel, Le Meurice in Paris, hosted notable guests long before Coco Chanel, Pablo Picasso, Elizabeth Taylor, Kanye West, and Jay-Z. Mata Hari, the Dutch courtesan and German spy known as H-21, was a frequent guest of this spot in the 1st arrondissement before being executed by firing squad under charges of espionage for Germany during World War I.The app can be downloaded - for free - from your TV's respective app store.