Hosteling this summer? Escape to Old Hollywood...
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Dreaming of jetting around the world in the manner of a Hollywood star this summer? It might be a pipedream – but with the range of cinema themed hostels that are available from HostelsClub.com you’ll certainly feel a few steps closer to those Hollywood lights. Think ‘contemporary thriller’ themed hostel in the heart Amsterdam for just £19 per night. Souneds good, yes? Read on... Lose yourself in a Tim Burton animation in Portugal... The Rivoli Cinema Hostel, Portugal, offers bed and breakfast accommodation from £15 per person, per night. As the first cinema themed hostel in Portugal, the Rivoli is proud of its movie-inspired rooms: from Amélie’s French vibes to the spooky-yet-fun Tim Burton animations. With a kitchen, lounge area and garden for guests to enjoy, the Rivoli becomes more than just a place for a bit of shut-eye. Experience a taste of Hollywood in Amsterdam... The Heart of Amsterdam is a newly-renovated hostel that offers room only or bed and breakfast accommodation from £19 per person, per night. This quirky hostel is themed around contemporary thrillers, with rooms inspired by Sin City and Kill Bill. Furthermore, the hostel is located within a ten minute walk of shops and boutiques, Dam Square, and the famous Amsterdam canal boats. Sunbathe in a director chair in Marrakech... Heritage Marrakech, Morocco, offers luxury bed and breakfast accommodation from £39 per person, per night. This unique hotel provides guests with the chance to escape into the golden-oldie movies. Vintage gramophones and pictures of the world’s favourite actors decorate the bedrooms and director chairs are placed around the pool. The Heritage Marrakech also boasts a quaint restaurant that will give diners an authentic Moroccan experience. To top it all off, the hotel is located close to some of Marrakech’s most stunning tourist attractions, such as the Bahia and El Badi Palaces. For further information, or to book, please visit www.HostelsClub.com
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