Top 10 Movie Themed Hotel Rooms

Hotels play a starring role in many movies. There’s the creepy empty mountain lodge in The Shining; the rich and slightly corporate Park Hyatt Tokyo in “Lost in Translation;” the luxurious Beverly Wilshire Hotel with its wood panels, chandeliers, and whirlpool tub in “Pretty Woman;” the imaginary pink castle filled with purple-uniformed staff in “The Grand Budapest Hotel.”

Hotels can bring a big variety of settings and moods, from spooky to extravagant to quirky. They also have a unique opportunity to create a scene by designing decor to transport guests to a different place.

For a few hotels, that different place they transport guests to is a movie set. They are either capitalizing on their movie connection to remind visitors of the movies filmed on their premises. Or they are creating theme rooms to help guest feel like they are characters in their favorite films. Many hotels are offering special packages to replicate as much of the movie experience as they can, or are redoing all of their decor to match specific films.

Topping our list, the Poseidon Undersea Resort in Fiji (as shown above – photo courtesy of the resort).  It isn’t open yet, but plans are underway to build a resort completely underwater that will be styled after Poseidon and 20,000 Leagues Under the sea. It will include a personal Triton submarine, scuba diving, and marine-focused spa treatments. Rooms rates will start at $15,000.

Here are 9 more of our favorites:

 

Batman Suite Eden Motel Taiwan
The Batman Suite

Kaohsiung City, Taiwan

This suite at the Eden Hotel is booked by the hour, which suggests what it might be used for.

It’s decked out like the original Bat Cave with a Batmobile, bat sign and other cave-like decorations, including gargoyles and bats flying above.

 

From $111
Courtesy of Eden Motel

 

Movie Themed Hotels Pirates of the Caribbean
Pirates of the Caribbean Suite

Anaheim, California

You’ll feel like you are sleeping in Captain Jack Sparrow’s quarters in this suite at the Disneyland Hotel. To enter, ring a doorbell that plays, “Yo Ho, Yo Ho, A Pirate’s Life For Me.”

Once inside, you will be surrounded by antique rugs, hardwood floors, and wooden beams. There is a four-post bed and pirate-themed decorations covering the walls.

From $1,086
Photo Courtesy of Disneyland

 

Movie Themed Hotels Spongebob Squarepants Nickelodeon Punta Cana
Spongebob SquarePants

Punta Cana, Dominican Republic

If you or your kids are fans of SpongeBob SquarePants, you may want to check out “The Pineapple” at Nickelodeon Hotels & Resorts Punta Cana, which is made to look like the Bikini Bottom home under the sea.

The two-bedroom, three-bath suite has indoor and outdoor living areas, including a garden, patio, infinity pool, and private butlers.

From $3,800
Photo Courtesy of Nickelodeon Resort Punta Cana

 

Movie Themed Hotels Pretty Woman Beverly Wilshire California
The Pretty Woman Package

Beverly Hills, California

Relive the classic romantic comedy “Pretty Woman” with your own fairy-tale experience at this luxury hotel — no over-the-knee boots required.

Included in the package is a behind-the-scenes tour of Rodeo Drive with a personal wardrobe consultant and stylist, dinner for two in your suite, a couples massage, and hand-drawn bath with aromatherapy oils. Round-trip transportation in a Mercedes sedan is included.

From $10,000
Courtesy of Beverly Wilshire Hotel

 

Secret Agent Suite Hotel Seven Paris

The Secret Agent Suite

Paris, France

The luxury Hotel Seven has a special suite that James Bond would find up to his standards.

It has vintage furniture mixed with a futuristic design with curved wooden panels and lights.

Of course, there is also a full bar ready to mix up some martinis, shaken, not stirred.

From $398
Photo Courtesy of Seven Hotel

 

Movie Themed Hotels The Wizard of Oz Roxbury Catskills
The Wizard’s Emeralds

Catskills, New York

The quirky Roxbury Motel in upstate New York has a variety of movie and TV-themed rooms.

For “Wizard of Oz” fans, there is a room with a long yellow-brick road, all emerald decor and curled up witch feet on the bed. There is also a giant poppy bathroom with a two-person, 85-gallon soaking tub with dual showerheads.

From $213
Photo Courtesy of The Roxbury

 

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