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From 007 to Twilight: Awesome movie and TV-themed hotel rooms

From 007 to <i>Twilight</i>: Awesome movie and TV-themed hotel rooms
Fancy shaking your martini in James Bond's private bar? Or perhaps a bedroom rendezvous at twilight with Robert Pattinson? And what about having a shower with dozens of Mickey Mouses?

If that last one doesn't creep you out, don't worry. There are plenty of knock-your-socks-off hotel rooms out there that go the whole hog with movie and TV themes. TravelMonitor compiled a list of the coolest — and we've added some of our favourite themed rooms too.

From the underground cave of Luke Skywalker to a lavish Pirates of the Caribbean penthouse, these rooms allow you to live your ultimate film or television fantasy. Let's hope no-one thinks up a Saw-inspired dungeon ...

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Image: 007 suite at the Seven Hotel, Paris.
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