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For those wanting to experience a Wes Anderson-inspired holiday, Airbnb and Universal Pictures has revealed 9 listings from around the world that perfectly fit the aesthetic.
Wes Anderson is one of cinema’s greatest auteurs who regularly brings a sense of nostalgia to life with his Iconic symmetry and rosey colour schemes. These Airbnb homes offer the ideal setting for anyone who dreams of recreating their own Moonrise Kingdom, The Grand Budapest Hotel or Asteroid City-inspired moments.
Off Grid and Forty Feet Up, Tiller, Oregon, US
Built in 2009, the Summit Prairie lookout tower is modelled after Fire Lookout Towers built by the US Forest Service in the early Nineteen Hundreds.
UFO ‘Futuro styled Flying Saucer’, Redberth, UK
A unique ‘space’ to stay – the UFO sleeps four and is located in the heart of South Pembrokeshire.
Camp Grits Solar Yellow Camper, Tennessee, US
Camp Grits’ Solar yellow vintage Camper is nestled in the Tennessee woods among our other little dwellings on the camp grounds.
Kind of Blue 1959 Airstream, Joshua Tree, California
This renovated 1959 Airstream is a minimal, modern space inspired by the surrounding desert.
Pop art apartment, Puglia, Italy
The Pop Art apartment was made by Salento artisans and young artists to offer a truly unique experience, with its colours, playful and unexpected furnishings.
Retro Caravan Nights, Auckland, New Zealand
Claris the retro caravan offers guests a unique overnight experience situated in the pohutukawa coasts stunning Omana clifftop regional park.
Colourful Canalside Flat, Venice, Italy
This colourful apartment overlooks the Rio Marin Canal and filled with vibrant colours, striking paintings and decorative rugs.
Secret Suite, Santorini, Greece
Located minutes away from Oia’s centre, this bright and colourful abode offers mesmerising sea views.
Wes Anderson Film-Themed Century Home, Ontario, Canada
Mr Anderson’s House is technically no longer available to rent out, but we couldn’t resist including it. Each room in this home is themed after a different film in director Wes Anderson’s repertoire.