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Themed Hotel Rooms That Movie Nerds Will Love

List RulesVote up the hotel rooms that you'd love to stay in.

Some hotels offer amenities like complimentary breakfast and free wifi in order to get guests into their rooms. Others take advantage of location, or perhaps feature a five-star restaurant. Still others take advantage of diehard fans of the cinema. Movie themed hotels are everywhere. They provide a guest the opportunity to feel like one of their favorite film characters, or sleep in quarters designed to look like a famous movie set. Here are the coolest themed hotel rooms that movie nerds will love.

Themed hotels have been around for a while. It’s a niche of the hospitality business that can cash in on nostalgia and fandom. Some of the themed rooms on this list are from mega-franchises with a built-in fan base that is ready to spend money.

No one can actually be James Bond. However, during a trip to Paris, a guest can revel in kitschy 007 memorabilia, that may even rival the allure of the City of Lights. Fans of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings do not have to travel all the way to New Zealand to visit the film’s sets (though they can!) - there’s a replica of The Hobbit cabin in Montana.

From luxury rooms made entirely of ice and snow to tiny capsules that don’t even have proper beds, there’s a theme hotel out there for nearly every movie fan. Vote up the themed rooms that you would most like to check into for a night!
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    Sleep Where Luke Skywalker Slept

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    Films: Star Wars franchise

    The Hotel Sidi Driss is located in the village of Matmata in Tunisia. Jedi fans from around the world flock to what is known as The Star Wars Hotel. The Hotel Sidi Driss was used in 1976 as the filming location for the home of young Luke Skywalker and his aunt and uncle on their home planet of Tatooine. The location was used again for 2002's Attack of the Clones. The hotel itself looks like it could come from a galaxy far, far, away with its rocky, cave-like exteriors. This is another non-luxury dwelling; the rooms really do resemble caves, do not have windows, and cots are used for beds.
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    Sleep Like the Dark Knight

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    Films: Batman franchise

    Don't let Bruce Wayne have all the fun! Immerse yourself in a total Batman world in the Batman Suite at the Eden Motel in Taiwan. There's a Batbed, a few gargoyles, and even a Batsignal-shaped telephone. However, the centerpiece of the room is the Batmobile replica that sticks out of the hotel room's wall. Don't want to spend an entire night? That's okay, the Batman Suite also rents by the hour.
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    Live It Up Like Jack Sparrow

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    Films: Pirates of the Caribbean franchise

    The Pirates of the Caribbean Penthouse at the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim, CA is a must-stay locale for diehard fans of the adventure films. It all starts with the doorbell that plays, "Yo-Ho, Yo-Ho, A Pirate's Life for Me." Most of the room's artwork and decor are directly inspired by the franchise's movies, including a replica of Jack Sparrow's revolver, pirate figurines, and wall to wall pirate furnishings.
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    A Room Made Entirely from Ice and Snow

    Film: TRON: Legacy

    Two British sci-fi mega-fans had a vision to build a hotel room suite made entirely of ice and snow that looked like a scene out of the movie TRON: Legacy. The Legacy of the River room at the Ice Hotel in Sweden features the film's futuristic one of a kind style.

    The hotel itself is made of 21,500 tons of snow and 900 tons of ice. The room's creators, Ben Rousseau and Ian Douglas-Jones, described their vision in an interview with Wired, "The use of lighting and the material finishes in this nightclub scene are very close to ideas we have been discussing for use in the real world, as well as being close to what we could achieve with ice and snow and a little imagination."
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