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The Fifty Shades Of Grey Hotel

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After selling 5.3 million copies in the UK, It's become our biggest-selling book ever and the Fifty Shades of Grey steam train is not slowing down. So get on or get out of the way.

Over in Portland, the Heathman Hotel is making the most of its numerous appearances in the erotic blockbuster. It's offering guests the chance to enjoy a steamy weekend, just like the lead characters, with a number of special packages.

The budget option allows fans to have an "Inner Goddess" add-on which includes "beautiful white wine that Christian and Anastasia enjoy, complete with a little grey tie wrapped around the bottle neck," according to general manager Chris Erickson.

If you're really pushing the boat out and you generally like to enjoy erotic experiences with friends, you can go for the "Charlie Tango" special, including a helicopter ride and dinner for you and five of your friends at the hotel restaurant.

The bar is also offering a post-coital "Fifty Shades of Gin" cocktail, because you know, why not?

If you fancy going for a bed-squeaking weekend away then check out the official site here.

(Imagea: Flickr Creative Commons: born1945, drburtoni, bitchcakesny)

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