The themed hotel rooms are located at Park Lane New York in New York City and Viceroy Santa Monica in Los Angeles
Wonka fans will soon be able to step into a stay of pure imagination!
Next month, Booking.com will celebrate the release of Wonka, out Dec. 15, with Warner Bros. Studios by booking Wonka’s Sweet Suites at hotels in New York City and Los Angeles, according to a press release.
Working in collaboration with Highgate Hotels, fans of the soon-to-be-released prequel film starring Timothée Chalamet in the titular role will be able to book stays in rooms at Park Lane New York in New York City and Viceroy Santa Monica in Los Angeles, which have been transformed into candified wonderlands.
At Park Lane New York’s Conservatory Suite and Viceroy Santa Monica’s Palmetto King Suite, guests will be immersed in the film with features such as life-sized chocolate confections and a chocolate bar bed topped with marshmallows, which is "set amidst cotton candy clouds for the sweetest dreams," per the release.
The experience, which will also come with tickets to see Wonka in theaters, will become bookable on a first-come, first-served basis for two pairs of guests on Dec. 13 at 12 p.m. EST. Each stay will then take place from Dec. 15 to 16, priced at only $12.15 — the day the film releases in theaters nationwide — and will include itineraries and airport transfers.
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Related: 'Wonka' Movie: Everything to Know
Wonka — which marks the third time that Warner Bros. has adapted Roald Dahl's classic story — stars Chalamet, 27, and will center on a young Willy Wonka before he grows into the legendary chocolatier.
The film will also feature Jim Carter, Matt Lucas, Calah Lane and Natasha Rothwell alongside others, and is directed by Paul King, who wrote the Wonka screenplay with Simon Farnaby and Simon Rich.
At the film's London premiere earlier this month, Chalamet told PEOPLE that he had to learn how to "live and love the tone" of the film, noting, "I realized everything I've worked on [has had a] grounded seriousness to it, and here I had to loosen up and play, kind of like I did in high school, but I hadn't done in 10 years or something."
He added, "So, that was the learning curve. But once it was in full swing, then it felt like we were cookin.' "
Wonka will hit theaters on Dec. 15.
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