If you were sad when the smash-hit Netflix show “The Queen’s Gambit” ended, you can now relive the show for yourself in Lexington, Kentucky, at the 21c Museum Hotel’s new Harmon Room.
The room features fabulously retro decor, along with design references to the show, a chess-themed wallpaper, and even a giant chessboard on the ceiling like Beth would have seen if she was popping her green pills.
And if you actually want to play chess, there’s a board available in your room that you can take home with you (for a price).
The room is priced around $350 per night and includes a complimentary “Lex Liquors” tote bag and tour guide to local spots featured on the series. To book, visit 21c Museum Hotel’s website by using promo code: HARMON. (Select the “corner king” rate and the Harmon Room will show up under “packages” if it is available on your selected date.)
Even if you’re not staying in The Harmon Room, you can still take yourself on a tour of filming locations for the series. Lexington’s tourism board, Visit Lex, has put together a free Queen’s Gambit Guide to Lexington, so you can take a self-guided tour of sites like The Pheonix Hotel and Henry Clay High School.
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