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.
From the street view, this home looks like any other.
The living room is full of Wes Anderson references.
Do you recognize the quote on the wall?
The eclectic décor of this room screams Wes Anderson.
Every nook and cranny subtly references the director and his work.
Sleeping here is just like a night in the Grand Budapest Hotel.
The home is full of color and intricate details.
Even the bathroom boasts clever designs to reference Anderson's style.
How could you not think of Moonrise Kingdom while staying in this room?
The home wouldn't be complete without an image from Fantastic Mr. Fox.
Spend a night outside discussing your favorite Anderson films.