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So You Can Totally Stay At The Crazy Mansion In "Ex Machina"

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But sorry, Oscar Isaac won’t be there with you.

Have you watched the creepy AF movie Ex Machina, yet?

Have you watched the creepy AF movie Ex Machina, yet?

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The film stars Oscar Isaac as Nathan, a billionaire tech CEO and scientist who creates a crazy female artificial intelligence robot (played by Alicia Vikander) that Caleb (Domnall Gleason) must test out.

If you have, you might have been struck by the film’s insanely beautiful surroundings.

If you have, you might have been struck by the film's insanely beautiful surroundings.

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What if we told you you could actually stay at Nathan’s Ex Machina mansion? BECAUSE YOU CAN.

What if we told you you could actually stay at Nathan's Ex Machina mansion? BECAUSE YOU CAN.

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It turns out that director Alex Garland shot much of the film at the Juvet Landscape Hotel, in Valldal, Norway.

It turns out that director Alex Garland shot much of the film at the Juvet Landscape Hotel, in Valldal, Norway.

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Sadly this cool-ass living room is actually located in a private home. :(

Sadly this cool-ass living room is actually located in a private home. :(

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But Nathan’s breakfast room? Actually one of Juvet’s dining areas, off the sauna.

But Nathan's breakfast room? Actually one of Juvet's dining areas, off the sauna.

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The deck where he boxes? Actually a lovely seating area.

The deck where he boxes? Actually a lovely seating area.

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Just look at that view.

Just look at that view.

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Or this one.

Or this one.

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The hotel operates year-round and currently has nine guest rooms that are spread out across the landscape.

The hotel operates year-round and currently has nine guest rooms that are spread out across the landscape.

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Rooms start around $190 per night.

Rooms start around $190 per night.

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Plus the cost of, you know, actually getting out to Norway.

But doesn’t it kind of look worth it?

But doesn't it kind of look worth it?

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Find out more about the film, and its amazing setting here:

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Source: buzzfeed.com