You can now stay in a terrifying Monster Suite in a museum in Mexico

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If you’re a fan of Guillermo del Toro’s most memorable movie monsters, you’re in luck, because a hotel suite dedicated to them all is now bookable on Hotels.Com.

The Monster Suite, inspired by del Toro’s En Casa Con Mis Monstruos exhibit at the Museo de las Artes in Guadalajara, Mexico, is available for three nights only and is located on actual museum grounds.

For those brave enough to spend a night in the creepy suite, you’ll also have a chance to go on a pretty exclusive nocturnal tour of the whole exhibition, which impressively features more than 900 installations from the celebrated director’s films, comics and personal collection.

The room includes original props and installations from del Toro’s movies. 
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Del Toro, who is best known for fantasy films such a The Shape of Water (2017) and Pan’s Labyrinth (2006) has won Oscars for Best Picture and Best Director.

In the digs, guests will find several memorable beasts from the Mexican director’s films including a life-size aquatic beast, a horrifying porcelain doll (by the looks of it, she deserves a special place in hell) and some hands trying to claw their way through the wall.

There’s also a possessed clock, severed hand in a jar and several Satanic motifs to look forward to, too.

No wonder the listing describes the space as ‘dark’ and ‘illusive’. Spooky.

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Travellers that want to stay in it will need to be quick. The room is only available for three nights from 3 October to 5 October, 2019 – perfect timing for Halloween.

Booking slots will be available on 18 September (to stay on 3 October), on 19 September (for 4 October) and on 20 September (for 5 October).

In all cases, you’ll be able to request a rate between the hours of 12am and 11.59pm on each date.

You can book it online. If you dare.

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