PSA: You Can Spend a Weekend in a Wes Anderson–Themed Airbnb
If you've been dreaming of being a guest at the Grand Budapest Hotel since the Wes Anderson film came out back in 2014, we've got news: Thanks to a dedicated Airbnb host, you can book a stay at Mr. Anderson's House, a home in the Canadian province of Prince Edward with rooms themed after a different film in the director's body of work.
"I always wanted to be a Tenenbaum," writes the host on the home's Airbnb profile, referencing Anderson's classic dramedy The Royal Tenenbaums. The 100-year-old home is "a film lovers' dream," according to the description. It's been updated with modern fixtures, comfortably sleeps four, and comes with a private backyard complete with a deck and barbecue. It's also walking distance from Picton Main Street shops and restaurants and not far to Sandbanks beaches. You can secure a spot in the spunky abode for just $186 a night.
Curious what these Wes Anderson–themed rooms look like? See if you can spot all the references to the director in the images below.