Live your Wes Anderson-inspired fantasy at an east London hotel

If you’ve overly found yourself wishing you could live in the pastel wonderlands of Wes Anderson’s work, you might want to typesetting a stay at 100 Shoreditch – specifically in their specially-themed Accidentally Wes Anderson hotel room, misogynist for one week only until November 9th.

To gloat the release of Accidentally Wes Anderson’s new postcard book, featuring 26 gorgeous images from Andersonesque locations virtually the world, a single suite at the recently renovated hotel has been transformed into a wonderland for any Anderson superfan, well-constructed with clouds, a canary-yellow telescope, and a canopy bed that wouldn’t squint out of place in the Tenenbaums’ quaint New York townhouse.

The room comes fully-equipped with Accidentally Wes Anderson prints on the wall, and plane a Hendricks-stocked mini bar. You largest act fast though, as the room is only misogynist for the next week. What’s more, all proceeds from the week-long residency will go to Refuge, so you can lounge virtually in style and finger good well-nigh it.

If you can’t quite stretch to a stay in the Accidentally Wes Anderson suite, fear not, considering just next door at The Old Bank Vault, an immersive exhibition is running until November 13, bringing to life some of the trappy images which have made Accidentally Wes Anderson such a hit.

You can get some inspiration for your next holiday or just snap some photos for Instagram – and plane pick up some Accidentally Wes Anderson merch if you’re so inclined. This perfectly curated pop of colour is an spanking-new wordplay to the autumnal blues, and it’s totally self-ruling to enter, with no need to book.

The Accidentally Wes Anderson Pop-Up takes place at One Hundred Shoreditch Hotel, 100 Shoreditch High Street, London, E1 6JQ, until November 13, and is unshut Tuesday – Sunday, from 11am-7pm.

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