Just because the Grand Budapest Hotel is a fictional creation used as the centerpiece for the latest Wes Anderson movie, there’s no reason deadpan Internet users can’t post fake reviews for it on TripAdvisor, like this one:
Its best days may be behind it, but it’s at least quiet, and you never have to wait for a table at dinner time. As much as I enjoy the solitude, though, it’s not perfect. The elevator has the odor of some strong cologne that just won’t dissipate, and every so often a VERY creepy old man wanders around and sleeps in the servant’s quarters. I’m sorry, but somebody like that has no business amongst the classes that would be staying in a grand hotel. Still, it’s quite nice, and one of the few genuinely historic buildings remaining in Zig-Zag-occupied Zubrowka. The concierge is lazy, but also quite accommodating.