MANILA - Avid viewers of “Game of Thrones” are probably still suffering from separation anxiety.
Understandably so, as it has only been two days since the phenomenal HBO drama series aired its final episode after being on air for nearly a decade.
Riding on the hype of its success, some commercial establishments have come up with their respective gimmicks to immortalize the series.
In Manila, a local hotel chain decided to make available to its guests a Throne Party Suite, which imitates the Red Keep.
As seen on its Facebook post, Victoria Court designed its suite with an imitation of the Iron Throne.
“If you could relive any of the tragic love stories of Westeros, whose would you choose? Give the fated couples your own spin with some role playing action in The Throne Party Suite,” the Facebook post reads.
The finale of "Game of Thrones" drew a staggering 19.3 million viewers in the US Sunday evening, cementing the fantasy epic's status as the most watched television series in HBO history.
The streaming service said the record number of viewers was across all platforms -- HBO, HBO Go, and HBO NOW -- and exceeded the previous series high of 18.4 million viewers set last week. – with report from Agence France Presse