This Enchanting Homestay in Vietnam Has 'Mr Bean' & 'Call Me By Your Name'-Inspired Rooms


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Camy Concept is a haven for movie lovers and travellers alike.

In the vibrant streets of Hanoi, this charming homestay is, unlike any other, where you can step into the whimsical world of our favourite bumbling character, Mr Bean.

You'll be able to experience what it's like to be in Mr Bean's London apartment.

The whimsical atmosphere pays homage to the iconic British comedy series with its unmistakable sand-coloured wallpaper and quirky décor.

You'll even have Teddy to greet you as you walk into the room.

In addition to the Mr Bean-inspired room, there's also a room that's decorated reminiscent of the sun-drenched Italian villa from Call Me By Your Name

The interior is adorned with rustic furnishings and checkered décor that evoke the warmth and intimacy of the villa where Elio and Oliver's love blossomed.

Curl up in a relaxing nook and imagine you're at the Villa Albergoni.

Or if you want to whisked away to be a cosy retreat straight out of Love, Rosie, there's a room here just for you too!

The pretty pastel colours are sure to ease your worries and help you unwind from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

The café is planning to launch more of these movie-inspired rooms, with one of them being inspired by the 2019 Oscar-nominated film, Little Women.

The homestay is part of a café called Café Camy, which shares the same dreamy, idyllic aesthetic

With its lovely beige-green interior, Café Camy is reminiscent of a classic European-style villa.

This quaint location promises a treasure trove of photo ops that will last a lifetime.

And if you're looking for a light meal without needing to head into the city, the café offers a variety of drinks and pastries, which cost between VND40,000 and VND55,000 (approximately RM7.80 to RM10).

For those craving a good dose of cinematic nostalgia for their next adventure in Vietnam, make sure to plan a visit to Café Camy

Each room can host two to three people, with prices ranging from VND981,500 to VND1,226,875 (about RM215 to RM239).

Even if you're not planning on staying there, the homestay is also open for photoshoots, so you can capture pictures to your heart's content.

Café Camy currently accepts reservations via Instagram only.

7 Van Cao Street in Tay Ho District, Vietnam.

Operating hours:
8am - 11pm (daily).


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