The Monster Suite Is Inspired By Guillermo Del Toro’s Chilling Movies

Sep 17, 2019

Category: Living

Guillermo Del Toro is known for crafting beautiful nightmares on celluloid, immersing his audience in dark fairy tales filled with monsters and magic. If you’re a fan of his horror and fantasy films, you’ll want to stay at The Monster Suite at the Museo de las Artes at the University of Guadalajara.

Inspired by the creatures of the Oscar-winning director’s fantastical worlds, the suite is filled with eerie props and decor — including a possibly-possessed porcelain doll, creepy creature arms protruding from the wall, and an unknown aquatic beast floating in a vessel in the corner of the room. Your stay in the hair-raising suite comes with an exclusive nighttime tour of the En Casa Con Mis Monstruos exhibit, featuring more than 900 installations from Del Toro’s films. If you’re obsessed with Halloween, this the best place to kick off the spooky month. The sinister suite is available for three nights: October 3, 4, and 5.

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