If you are a diehard Harry Potter fan you might want to add this attraction to your list when you next pay a visit to London.
The Georgian House Hotel near Victoria Station has created its own Wizard Chambers with four poster beds, potion bottles and cauldrons for you to enjoy.
The hotel's site reads: "And don't worry, we include full English breakfast in your stay, and not bogey flavoured Bertie Botts Every Flavour Beans!"
The three-bedroom Hogwarts-themed rooms start at £249 per night and can go up to £363 a night for the five-person room.
The rooms at the 163-year-old hotel also include a tour of the key landmarks from the £7.7bn film series and a trip to the Warner Bros Studio for the Making of Harry Potter Tour where you can check out the film's sets and props.
The hotel, situated in St George's Drive, also offers tickets to a tour that stops at the magical platform 9 ¾ which is located at King's Cross.
"The Georgian House Hotel places great emphasis on welcoming families and I really wanted to create something fun for young visitors," Serena von der Heyde, partner at The Georgian House, told The Independent.
"When guests arrive we light candles and play music as they enter the Wizard Chambers - it's a great way to give families a unique stay."
It will be a double treat for fans after JK Rowling has just announced she is to publish her new Harry Potter story about evil witch Dolores Umbridge on her website for Halloween.