Anybody who remembers The Fresh Prince of Bel Air or is a Will Smith fan is going to want to take advantage of this special offer. The offer comes from a partnership between Will Smith and Airbnb to rent out the Brentwood mansion for guests. You would expect to pay a lot for this privilege, but since it is the 30th anniversary of The Fresh Prince of Bel Air, you will only pay $30 per night.
The offer is going to take place in October for a few nights. Those who are fortunate enough to get in on it will be able to stay for the night in Will’s wing of the “decked-out mansion.” You will also receive a virtual visit from DJ Jazzy Jeff and then dine on Philly cheesesteaks delivered on a silver platter.
You can expect to see plenty of “Bold graffiti art, posh interiors, and timeless family portraits” on the walls. There’s no telling what you could do once you are inside!
You can shoot some basketball in the bedroom, spin some old classics on the radio, or perhaps even dance the Carlton.
“It’s your crib for the night, so feel free to act like you own the place,” Smith stated on the listing.
Of course, this also goes hand-in-hand with the Bel Air reboot, which will be on the streaming service from NBC for 2 seasons. A donation to the Boys and Girls Club of Philadelphia will also be made by Airbnb. The listing reports that they are doing it “to celebrate the feeling of family and community that was so memorable from my time in this home, Airbnb will make a one-time donation to a local organization in my hometown, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Philadelphia.”
Although there is a lot to enjoy about the stay, there are also restrictions. In October, 2 people at a maximum will be able to stay for one night. There will be 5 nights offered altogether. You also need to be a resident of Los Angeles County to take advantage of it.
Airbnb will be cleaning the mansion thoroughly prior to your arrival using the coronavirus protocol.
If you want to get in on this offer, you need to be quick. Tuesday, September 29 at 11:00 AM PDT is the moment that the bookings start. They are first come first serve, so get your fingers warmed up now.SKM: below-content placeholder