Ireland Baldwin Takes You Inside Her Hotel Room

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Ireland Baldwin is featured in a new coffee table book of photos of hot models in fancy hotels. (Photo: Aladdin Ishmael)
Ireland Baldwin is featured in a new coffee table book of photos of hot models in fancy hotels. (Photo: Aladdin Ishmael)

Even before she turned 21, Ireland Baldwin was fond of sharing racy photos of herself, and shortly after passing that milestone birthday on Oct. 23, the daughter of Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger is at it again.

Baldwin is one of many models featured in a new coffee table book called My Hotel Room  — containing pictures of beauties in some of the world’s most luxurious hotels — that’s now available for pre-order for $150.

L.A.-based photographer Aladdin Ishmael compiled the book over a year and a half. He shot Baldwin at the Mr. C Hotel in Beverly Hills.

The photos show her having a blast — skateboarding, sitting on top of the couch, and tumbling on the floor — all while not wearing very much. Minus a cake, balloons, and a few guests, Baldwin looks like she’s ready to party — and possibly trash a hotel room. After all, her bodysuit reads: “Pretty good at bad decisions.”

Is that allowed? (Photo: Aladdin Ishmael)
Is that allowed? (Photo: Aladdin Ishmael)
The model makes herself at home. (Photo: Aladdin Ishmael)
The model makes herself at home. (Photo: Aladdin Ishmael)
Baldwin kicks back. (Photo: Aladdin Ishmael)
Baldwin kicks back. (Photo: Aladdin Ishmael)

The up-and-coming actress actually celebrated her big day a bit differently. For starters, she was with friends, and she was fairly covered up — for her, anyway. The group wore costumes for a fete at On the Rox on the Sunset Strip in L.A. She went as a naughty nun.

naughty nun ????

A photo posted by Ireland Basinger-Baldwin (@humancrouton) on Oct 22, 2016 at 10:39am PDT


Meanwhile, her dad, Alec — who has been a hit with his impression of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump on Saturday Night Live — is already focused on Thanksgiving. He’s the spokesperson for the nonprofit Farm Sanctuary’s Adopt a Turkey Project, which is aimed at getting people to sponsor turkeys and rescue them from bad conditions on commercial farms.

“Like most people, I don’t like thinking about things that make me feel bad,” the actor and advocate said in statement. “But I also don’t like animal suffering, so I feel the need to speak out about it. At least 46 million turkeys suffer heartbreaking fear and pain before being killed each and every Thanksgiving. This year, I’m supporting Farm Sanctuary’s Adopt a Turkey Project because turkeys are just as friendly, smart, and full of feeling as my dogs, and they deserve to be treated better. I hope you’ll join me by sponsoring.”

With everything he’s got going on, maybe he won’t notice the new pics of his scantily clad daughter? Yeah, not likely.

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