George Clooney Boycotts Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah's Hotels after his Death by Stoning Anti-Gay Laws

Updated On 29 Mar, 2019 Published On

Two time Academy Award winner, actor George Clooney is appealing for the boycott of privately owned hotels by the Sultan of Brunei, Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah, before they start stoning gay people to death back in Brunei.

George Clooney posted a heartfelt open letter on Deadline on 28th March 2019, asking customers to stop their business dealing with the 9 nine privately owned hotels of Brunei's ruler, Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah.

The Sultan is the pride owner of the Hotel Bel-Air and Beverly Hills Hotel in Los Angeles, California.

The three-time Golden Globe winner posted his appeal just after a day the Sultan passed the enactment of the law; of killing gay people by stoning them to death.

The law was passed by the Sultan on 27th March 2019.

Clooney further notified that this situation was dealt with quite successfully about a couple of year ago when people boycotted the two L.A. based hotels.


CAPTION: George Clooney boycotts Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah's Beverly Hills and other hotels SOURCE: Deadline


George is now appealing to his fans and followers around the world to pay renewed attention to the situation at hand.

Other hotels owned by the Sultan Brunei worldwide are,

  • Principe di Savoia - Milan, Italy
  • Hotel Eden - Rome, Italy
  • Le Meurice - Paris, France
  • Hotel Plaza Athenee - Paris, France
  • Coworth Park - United Kingdom
  • 45 Park Lane - London, United Kingdom
  • The Dorchester - London, United Kingdom