checking in at the grand budapest hotel.
by victoria comment



i am so excited for this film to arrive in theaters. my longtime love, wes anderson has gone and done it again directing his latest film, the grand budapest hotel, opening this spring. every time i see the trailer i laugh uncontrollably and then attempt to focus, calm myself and study carefully those amazing movie sets. how does he do it? if i had a visit to the grand budapest hotel, this is what i imagine the rooms to look like — very fancy-schmancy with beautifully ornate beds and chandeliers swinging madly from the ceilings everywhere. i do think wes and i should strongly consider honeymooning here! oh, and this clever test — are you sure you’re quite ready to visit the grand budapest? better find out! and take a peek at the film’s trailer here, darling.


beach studios.


vogue living.


lala lovely things.


a so fete bash; luke and cat photography via style me pretty; the gorgeous daily; and kt merry photography via style me pretty.


Paris haussmanien apartment by Photographer Frédéric Vasseur.


lauren bentley; Photographer Ashley Bowen msn photos; flickr unknown account; the french house.

18 responses to “checking in at the grand budapest hotel.”

  1. Gorgeous Rooms. Great post! And can’t wait to see this movie. I laugh through-out his films too. They are too much fun.

  2. this just made my day. i love wes anderson. his storytelling and the exquisite cinematography and visual appeal…i swoon!

  3. Thanks for sharing, I didn’t know this film was coming and it looks so SOOO good!! Don’t know when it will be out here in France but can’t wait!

  4. I had no idea that Was had a new film coming out. It’s funny though, because the moment I saw the first image without reading this post at all, I was like, “wow that is very Wes Anderson!” The trailer looks great, I can’t wait to see it. I think you selected some nice photos, they are very beautiful interiors although I don’t think they fully capture the Wes feel, but then again, he has such a unique aesthetic it is really hard to find existing places that capture that. Lovely post, thanks for sharing!

    rae from lovefromberlin

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