10 Hotels That Look Like They Belong in a Wes Anderson Film

If you find yourself wishing you could live in one of Wes Anderson's iconic sets, do the next best thing and stay at one of these real-life hotels around the world.

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The Jefferson, Washington, DC

The Jefferson in Washington DC has all of the refinement and opulence of the Parisian hotel in Anderson’s film short Hotel Chevalier. Their Michelin-starred restaurant, Plume, looks like Wes Anderson created it himself.

Under Canvas Yellowstone, West Yellowstone, Montana

Live like a Khaki Scout at Camp Ivanhoe from Wes Anderson’s Moonrise Kingdom, by staying at this gorgeous glamping resort in West Yellowstone, Montana, just 10 minutes from the Yellowstone National Park entrance. You can experience the great outdoors and then return to a luxury tent, on-site restaurant and incredible views.

Amanjena Resort, Marrakech

Amanjena's baby pink exterior with Moorish design reminds us of both The Grand Budapest Hotel and The Darjeeling Limited. Book your own pavilion with a fireplace and courtyard or a maison with your own private pool at this Moroccan haven.

The Grand Hotel Kronenhof, Pontresina, Switzerland

Built in 1854, this gorgeous Swiss hotel embodies luxury. If you’ve seen Wes Anderson’s Castello Cavalcanti, a short film he created with Prada, then you’ll appreciate the colors and tones of the Chimney Room at Hotel Kronenhof.

ODDSSON Hotel, Reykjavik

Located in Reykjavik, Iceland this colorful hotel is also a hostel. With velvety blues and vibrant oranges throughout its cafe, it looks like a scene from The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou.

The Petit Ermitage, Los Angeles

Located in West Hollywood, the master lounge at the Petit Ermitage is full of reds, oranges and blues similar to the color scheme in Wes Anderson’s Fantastic Mr. Fox. This bohemian wonderland has a saltwater pool as well as original pieces from Dali, Miro and DeKooning.

Rosewood London

Steps away from London's Covent Garden, Rosewood London is equally as stunning inside as it is on its exterior. The symmetry of the hotel's facade is so striking that it leaves us with serious Grand Budapest Hotel vibes.

La Mamounia, Marrakech

This ornately designed hotel located in Marrakech embodies all of the set design we fell in love with in The Darjeeling Limited. La Mamounia is full of warm, inviting colors and ornately designed walls, floors and ceilings. Spoil yourself by getting pampered at their renowned spa.

Surfjack Hotel, Honolulu

One theme that’s prevalent in the set design for The Royal Tenenbaums movie is the amount of wood paneling in their home. It’s like an ode to the popular aesthetic of home interiors in the 1960s. For midcentury-meets-coastal design, be sure to stay at Surfjack in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Hotel Sacher Salzburg

If you’re a fan of The Grand Budapest Hotel, then Hotel Sacher Salzburg is for you. The hotel has 111 rooms that are full of beautiful paintings and rare antiques — no two hotel rooms look the same. While there, be sure to have a slice of their famous Sacher cake.

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