Wes Anderson-themed Airbnb in Ontario is where you need to stay
Wes Anderson is a talented filmmaker known for creating imaginative worlds that can transport us to another land and keep us entertained for hours. If you are a fan, you already know some of his most famous movies like The Grand Budapest Hotel, Moonrise Kingdom, The Life Aquatic, Isle of Dogs, and many more that I couldn’t list them all here.
The way he chooses a color palette and brings it to life in his films is something that makes his style of filmmaking totally unique to everyone. If you’re a fan of Wes Anderson and all of his amazing movies, you have to stay at this adorable, fully Wes Anderson-themed Airbnb!
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All rooms in this themed Airbnb are designed after one of Wes Anderson’s films. Like the Darjeeling Limited Tea Room, SS Belafonte from The Life Aquatic Lounge, the Suzie Bishop-inspired reading nook, Margot and Camp Ivanhoe themed bedrooms, a Rushmore-themed office, the Grand Budapest Hotel-inspired bathroom, and the Foxes Den powder room!
Each of the immaculately themed rooms comes complete with all the infamous pieces you’ll recognize from every movie. As you walk through the theaters, you’ll be transported into the colorful worlds of every Wes Anderson movie they’ve brought to life for us.
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You can find this unique Airbnb located in Picton, Ontario, just over a 2 hour drive from Toronto! The house features 2 bedrooms, a large private backyard with patio and BBQ, and of course all the kitchen and home amenities you could need.
You can book for just $116 per night and there’s tons of availability in May and some through the rest of the summer.
Discover their Airbnb posting for more information and to book your stay!