Mr. Anderson's House

From the color palette to the quirky decor, Mr. Anderson's House embodies the spirit of the director and his work. Each room in the Ontario home is a loving tribute to one of Wes Anderson's films, allowing you to sleep like Margot Tenenbaum or freshen up in a bathroom fit for the Grand Budapest Hotel. The home can accommodate four guests and also offers a kitchen and private backyard area. Although we recommend ordering in and rewatching The Life Aquatic in the Steve Zissou-themed living room, Main Street and the Sandbanks beaches are just a short distance away.

  • Escher Tiny Home

    Big design in a small package is the philosophy behind New Frontier, and their Escher Tiny Home is no different. Sitting on a flat-bed trailer, the exterior facade is made up of a rustic mix of charred timber, cedar lap, and metal siding. A sliding glass door welcomes you to the multi-use living area that can also act as a dining room or open-air sitting are when the garage door is raised.The adjacent kitchen features a farmhouse sink, gas stove, and dishwasher, and at just 300 square-feet, the interior still has room for two bedrooms and full bathroom with a shower.

  • 7132 Hotel

    Situated in the Swiss village of Vals, 7132 Hotel and their thermal baths are both an architectural and a natural wonder. Designed by Peter Zumthor, the spa is constructed from 60,000 slabs of locally-quarried quartzite. The grey hue of the stone creates a calming aesthetic throughout the six indoor and outdoor pools, filled with the warm, mineralized waters of St. Peter's spring. Guest rooms are equally as stunning and offer a variety of suites and penthouses that include private terraces, views of the surrounding mountain, and helicopter pickup.

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