Attention: Harry Potter-Themed Hotel Rooms Are Now Available

They don’t come with a session under the Sorting Hat, but two rooms in The Georgian House hotel in London are probably the closest you’ll get to Hogwarts in this life.

The so-called “Wizard Chambers” will run you about $400 per night, but they’re dressed with Potter-propriate touches like four-poster beds, trunks labeled “HP” and cauldrons. The hotel’s website promises “unexpected wizardly details” as well: “They have a gothic feel, very true to the spirit of Hogwarts.”

J.K. Rowling Fires Back at Dumbledore's Homophobic Critic

When you’re the richest author in the world – let alone, a human being – and your main character has magical powers, then why tolerate empty criticism?

Or, for that matter, bigotry?

Which was exactly what Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling did not tolerate this weekend when a posting on Twitter attempted to attack her for making Hogwarts headmaster Albus Dumbledore gay.

J.K. Rowling to Bring Harry Potter to the Stage

Harry Potter has traveled from page to screen – and now to stage.

J.K. Rowling said Friday she is working on a play about the boy wizard’s life before he attended Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.

Rowling’s seven-book saga begins when Harry, an unloved orphan grudgingly raised by his aunt and uncle, receives a letter informing him he is a wizard.

QUOTED: Daniel Radcliffe's Most Coveted Harry Potter Memento

"I got them! I got a pair [of glasses] from the first film and a pair from the last one, so I was really, really pleased. The ones from the first [films] were very tiny."

• Harry Potter himself, Daniel Radcliffe, 21, tells ET Canada that since the Potter series has wrapped, he’s taking home his character’s iconic glasses as a lasting memento.

First Harry Potter Review Published Early

Muggles, rejoice. As hard copies of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows leaked out to fans, The New York Times has published the first review of the most eagerly anticipated book of the year.

The newspaper loves the book.

Having secured a copy of the seventh and likely final installment of J.K. Rowling’s wildly successful series, which the paper said it purchased in a New York City bookstore on Wednesday, The Times then reviewed the 759-page volume in its news (as supposed to arts) section on Thursday.