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Spend the night binge-watching your favourite shows at Netflix-themed hotel suites

Are you the only one of your friends who hasn’t finished watching Glow? Fix that with a night at a Netflix-themed pop-up hotel where you can stream your favourite shows all night.

Catch up on the first season of Glow in the Bed n Binge retreat.
Catch up on the first season of Glow in the Bed ‘N’ Binge retreat. Image by Doug Peters/PA Wire

The Bed ‘N’ Binge Retreat is a limited-run luxury hotel located in Osterley Park and House, London, dedicated entirely to binge-watching TV shows – to the point that you “pay” for your free stay by binge-watching.

Hang out inside of a Stranger Things-themed room and catch up (or re-watch) the series.
Hang out inside of a Stranger Things-themed room and catch up (or re-watch) the series. Image by Doug Peters/PA Wire

Three, a telecommunications company, partnered with Samsung to create the experience, where guests will hang out in suites themed on Netflix shows like Stranger Things, House of Cards, Orange is the New Black and Glow. Since the new suites are a promotional effort for a number of companies, when guests arrive they are handed a Samsung Galaxy S8 to start a night of intense TV watching. The retreat also marks the launch of Three’s new service, Go Binge, that allows customers to use streaming service without exceeding their data limit.

Inside the Glow-themed room.
Inside the Glow-themed room. Image by Doug Peters/PA Wire

The rooms will have hands-free docks by the bed – and at the toilet and showers – so that guests will not have to stop watching at any point, even when they go to the bathroom. But if you’ve already caught up on every Netflix show, you will also be able to hit a tent where guests can binge-watch Wimbledon through TV Player, or go to a spot for music streaming site, Deezer, where guests can listen to music on demand.

Three, in association with Samsung, has opened the doors on the world’s first ever binge-watching hotel: a luxury getaway.
Three, in association with Samsung, has opened the doors on the world’s first ever binge-watching hotel: a luxury getaway. Image by Three

Guests can also order room service from a menu of gourmet food and drink inspired by shows, or hit up a luxury yurt that will be serving Netflix-inspired drinks and playing soundtracks from some of the most watched shows. The rooms are only open from 6 July to 9 July and can be booked here.