The gorgeous room is located at 21c Museum Hotel in Lexington, a city in Kentucky where most of the story is set. It features 1960s style decor, retro drinks trollies, chess inspired wallpaper and, obvs, a chess board.
Just look at it...
Aptly named The Harmon Room after leading character Beth Harmon (played by Anya Taylor-Joy in the series) it also features a recreation of her drug-induced hallucinations - a huge chess board suspended above the bed.
Travel guide Visit Lex explained: "We've partnered with 21c Museum Hotel to bring the stylish mid-century appeal of The Queen's Gambit - the hit Netflix series set in Lexington - into the present day with a meticulously designed boutique hotel experience inspired by the show and its pause-worthy retro interiors.
"The Harmon Room is a time capsule of American mid-century modern design replete with vintage accessories, nods to the show's most memorable moments and characters, and period furniture from private collectors and local retailers.
"Custom flourishes, like chess-themed wallpaper created especially for the room, add to the mod magic."
We're particularly obsessed with all the vintage furnishings, including a drinks trolley we'd very much like for our own home.
The room sleeps two guests and you'll also receive a guide to local landmarks and locations which featured on the show, as well as a complimentary 'Lex Liquors' tote bag as seen on The Queen's Gambit during your stay.
For more information, prices and to book, you can visit the website here.
Of course, it's not the ideal time to travel to the US, with Brits required by law to stay home during the third lockdown, but we're certainly adding this one to our travel list for when restrictions are lifted!
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