When staying overnight in a hotel, you often enjoy some nice artwork in your hotel, which is often related to the local area.
But one woman got a big surprise recently after looking at a hotel room before deciding to book.
She took to social media to share her discovery and left people in stitches over the unusual art.
Historian Elizabeth tweeted a picture of the hotel room – which includes a painting of King George III on the wall.
She added: “Got to admire the balls of this hotel to create the most boring-looking room in the world & then be like, f*** it let’s put a massive golden George III on the wall lol.”
The incredible artwork went viral – and led to a lot of great history jokes.
One man replied: “Nothing worse than waking up in the morning with a nasty Hanover.”
George III reigned from 1760 to 1820 and was deemed unfit to rule for the final ten years of his life due to mental instability.
He is described by the British Monarchy’s official website as “widely remembered for two things: losing the American colonies and going mad.”
Another joked: “I don’t know where this hotel is, but I hope it is in Britain.
“And I hope that when ever a US guest books a room, the hotel puts them in here.”
“I hope there’s glow in the dark paint along select lines of that face so when you turn off the lights a ghastly apparition leers out of the wall,” a woman added.
But some people weren’t so keen.
One person wrote: “I could not go to sleep with that guy on the wall, even if he is looking away from the bed.”
A second person agreed, replying: “This is terrifying. It’d induce nightmares, sleeping in this room.”
But there were a decent number of people lining up to book the room.
A fan raved: “This is the best hotel room I have ever seen.
“I would sleep like a baby with the elegant face of His Majesty King George III watching over me & protecting my dreams from filthy Am*ricans.”
Another made a very ‘2020’ joke: “I would leave lockdown for this hotel.