Dark Secrets Of The Grand Budapest Hotel
Odd, eccentric and light pink. The Grand Budapest Hotel is my kind of place to spend a night in style, or the entire life perhaps. Once you've entered its premises, you are in full possession of Wes Anderson's world: overwhelmingly stylish, witty, and very deep and thoughtful.
Hidden away in a secret Farringdon location, The Grand Hotel Budapest experience in London brought to you by Secret Cinema is a hipster paradise of 1930s entourage, lace, fur, long skirts, define waists, cloche hats and gibus hats inspired black-tie dress code with 2014 twist, pink flowers for the dead and gone Madame D, Zubrowka cocktails, iPhone-powered ancient-looking mini-TV-sets, harmonica live music, snow, and no iPhones allowed in-house. Once you make it to the hotel reception - check in and follow the organised mess extravaganza - explore the hotel's bedrooms, packed bars and a restaurant, mingle with the quirky staff, and most importantly - be a part of the show following instructions of your designated role. Enjoy the uncomfortable and exciting confusion you immerse yourself into as you are just couple of hours away from when it will all retrospectively start to make sense - once you have watched the movie.
If you still have no idea what I am talking about - that's perfectly fine. You might read this piece by The Telegraph here to give you more insights on your upcoming unforgettable evening at The Grand Budapest Hotel but would you really want someone to start telling you an anecdote backwards?
While the movie has now made it to the mainstream movie screens, you still have a chance to book your stay at the quirky The Grand Budapest Hotel with the Secret Cinema till 30th March. Dress up and go. And please remember: tell no one.