Rent A Room In This Netflix Hotel And Binge Your Holiday Away

Why settle for the mental vacation that is Netflix bingeing when you could go one step further by staying in a Netflix-themed hotel suite?

Yes, this is a real thing, and yes, it sounds insane.

From July 6 to 9, London’s National Trust Hostel – in partnership with Three and Samsung – is hosting the world’s first ‘Bed ‘n’ Binge’, a pop-up resort offering Netflix-themed rooms.

Fifteen rooms in total feature themes inspired by Netflix shows, including ‘Stranger Things’, ‘Glow’, ‘Orange Is The New Black’, ‘House of Cards’ and ‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.’

The themed rooms feature series-specific décor, along with numerous screens and docking stations (including one in the bathroom, so you never have to stop watching.)

Guests can even order food and drinks related to their show of choice, meaning canteen fare from ‘Orange is the New Black’ or ‘Kimmy’s Dream’, a cocktail of schnapps, tequila and cranberry juice.

“The ‘Bed 'N' Binge Retreat’ is the opposite of a ‘digital detox’ and fully encourages guests to watch to their heart’s content,” reads the website.

Day-pass tickets are being released at 2 p.m. daily. You can find more info here.


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