Scooby Doo's Mystery Machine AirbnbGo back to 2002 and relive the groovy life in the Mystery Machine with Shaggy himself!For the 20th anniversary of the first Scooby Doo live action movie, Warner Bros has partnered with Airbnb to give fans a special Scooby-fied stay aboard the Mystery Machine. Matthew Lillard, Shaggy himself, is hosting three stays on an actual recreation of the iconic green van, set along the coastline of Southern California. Guests will be treated with all-you-can eat snacks that include Scooby and Shaggy’s favorite (like hot dogs and eggplant burgers), plenty of games fit for the mystery-solving duo and a retro TV to re-watch the film. Of course, monsters not included.Image: Ja Tecson/Hogwash Studios/Airbnb#airbnb #scoobydoo #MatthewLillard #MysteryMachine
The Moulin Rouge AirbnbWant to relive Ewan McGregor and Nicole Kidman’s moments in Moulin Rouge? Now you can. A room atop the iconic cabaret theater in Paris has completed renovation and is opening its door to Airbnb travelers.Stay in a sumptuous suite located just above the still-operational theater with its iconic red windmill. The venue is also the setting of Baz Luhrmann's film Moulin Rouge, which reignited worldwide interest in cabaret and its decadent aesthetic upon its release in 2001. The room itself evokes the style popularized by the movie: a boudoir swathed in pastel curtains and adorned with fin de siècle artifacts and atmospheric nods to the theater below -from vintage costumes and perfume bottles to a paper stage.The venue is offered for a limited time. Lucky visitors can book a stay at the Airbnb spot on just three nights : June 13, 20 and 27.Images: Airbnb#MoulinRogue #Airbnb #MoulinRogueAirbnb #windmill #Paris
The Queen of Offbeat AirbnbsFor Kristie Wolfe, there’s no place she can’t call home.The woman is the figure behind some of Airbnb’s most unique listings. And get this, she built them all herself, from the ground up.Wolfe’s handiworks are not your typical vacation homes. In the last decade, she’s built a jungle treehouse in Hawaii, a real-life Hobbit hole in Washington, a converted fire lookout in the middle of a forest and a potato-shaped tiny home in Idaho. Due to the high cost of land in tourist hotspots, Wolfe chose to build her rental homes in lesser-known locations. However, it does not deter vacationers from booking them. Guests have to wait for as long as 430 days in order to reserve a night at some of her homes.The unconventional life paid off for Wolfe. She used to earn $13 per hour doing odd jobs. Nowadays, her properties rack in hundreds of thousands of dollars annually.Image: Kristie Wolfe#Airbnb #VacationHome #Hobbit #treehouse #PotatoHouse #KristieWolfe
You Can Now Stay in a Recreated Version of Carrie Bradshaw's Sex and the City New York ApartmentIt appears that everyone's wish to live in Carrie Bradshaw's brownstone apartment from Sex and the City has come true.​Carrie walked into our life over 20 years ago and showed us the gorgeous brownstone apartment that we all fell in love with. Our fantasies, fortunately, have finally come true. WarnerBros. and Airbnb collaborated to replicate this amazing and legendary residence as a celebration for the upcoming sequel, And Just Like That.From the painted walls to the cordless phone and even Carrie's black laptop, all the details in the apartment are carefully placed. The room's shelves are covered in Vogue magazines and martini glasses that are great for making cosmopolitans. Not to mention Carrie's legendary closet, which is stuffed to the brim with her couture gowns. Ruffles, extravagant dresses, glitter, and Manolo Blahniks are all over the place. As with everything else we've seen from the film so far.The Bradshaw apartment is now available for booking starting last November 8 at noon for $23 per night—a numeric nod to Sex and the City's premiere date twenty-three years ago—and is located in New York's Chelsea area.Image by: Tara Rice #CarrieBradshaw #Brownstone #Apartment #SexandtheCity #Airbnb
Bearbnb: Winnie the Pooh-Inspired Airbnb HouseSome of us might have been curious back in our childhoods about how it would feel to live in the home of Disney’s Winnie the Pooh. It was such a far-fetched dream at the time because deep down in our hearts, we knew that Pooh and his home were simply a product of human imagination.But it turns out that it wasn’t such a silly dream after all as Kim Raymond, who has been illustrating Winnie the Pooh for 30 years, and his team of experts brought the famous Hundred Acre Wood to reality for us to enjoy. Found in the UK, this house is specially designed to look just like Pooh's home as we knew it--wrapped on the top with tree branches, having that signboard with “Mr. Sanders” inscribed on it, and even coming with shelves stocked with “hunny” pots our dear Pooh bear loves so much.If we fancy the experience of living in Pooh’s home, an overnight booking may be arranged with Kim. Besides the unique ambiance offered by the house, guests may also play Poohsticks on the nostalgic Poohsticks Bridge and eat good meals inspired by hunny.Image: Kim Raymond#WinnieThePooh #Airbnb #HundredAcreWood #Disney