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London hotel opens Harry Potter-themed bedrooms

28 October 2014 by
London hotel opens Harry Potter-themed bedrooms

Guests at London hotel Georgian House look to be in for a distinctly magical stay after the historic property today revealed Harry Potter-themed bedrooms.

The four-star townhouse hotel has capitalised on its Pimlico location near Victoria bus station, from where themed coaches take passengers to the Warner Bros. Harry Potter Studio Tour in Watford.

Inspired by the stories from J.K. Rowling, its themed bedrooms have been designed in homage to the architectural style of Harry Potter's Scottish castle school, Hogwarts.

The rooms have been decorated with four-poster beds, cosy-looking bed coverings, panelled walls, trunks, ornate wooden furniture, stone walls and gothic-inspired designs. Some beds even feature the crest of Potter's school house, Gryffindor, on the headboard. There are also other storybook touches such as potion bottles, cauldrons and spell books dotted around the space.

The bedroom rate starts at £209 per night including full English breakfast for two, but the rooms can also be booked alongside a Harry Potter-themed walking tour of London (including a visit to King's Cross station's Platform 9 ¾), and the coach trip to the Warner Bros Studio Tour, at a cost of £363.

The original hotel property was first built as a private house in 1851, and now offers a choice of bedrooms and apartments across four areas, including in Bower House, which is adjacent to the main hotel site.

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