Fancy waking up in Middle Earth? What about having a slumber party with Thing 1 and Thing 2? This whimsical hotel in Paris, Ontario, will let you do just that. The venue has nearly two dozen rooms themed after your favourite authors. Take a trip into a world of imagination by staying at Ontario's Arlington Hotel

Tucked away in the charming village of Paris, this historic hotel has more to it than initially meets the eye.

The venue boasts a variety of unique rooms, each one designed after an iconic author. 

You'll be transported into the world of your favourite novel as soon as you put your luggage down.

Take a trip down the rabbit hole in the Lewis Carroll room, which features walls lined with clocks and playing cards. That's one stay you don't want to be late for!

The Jane Austen room will have you feeling like you're dining at Pemberley. Sadly, Mr. Darcy is not included.

Wake up in the shire at the dreamy Tolkien inspired room, complete with a giant tree mural and cozy fur blankets any hobbit would love.

The Monty Python room will have you silly-walking your way out of bed every morning.

Mystery lovers can doze off in the Arthur Conan Doyle room, after making sure the door is sher-locked, of course.

Another notable suite is the Dr. Seuss room, which will take you right inside the pages over the author's nostalgic stories. 

Other notable themes include Oscar Wilde, Sigmund Freud, Agatha Christie, and Brothers Grimm. You can scroll through all the rooms on the hotel website.

The rooms start at $159 per night and include a weekday continental breakfast.

Paris has been called "Canada's Prettiest Little Town", and when you're not hanging out in your literary-themed bedroom, you can explore quaint shops and river views.

Start dreaming of your storybook escape at this themed hotel. 

Always make sure to check the website for available hours before booking. 

Arlington Hotel

Price Per Night: $159 +

Address: 106 Grand River St. N., Paris, ON

Why You Need To Go: You'll be whisked away into your favourite story with these famous author themed rooms. 


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