If you are looking for an Airbnb house to stay in the holiday season you may want to look at going to Chicago stay in the “Home Alone” house. Here is the catch, you can only stay in the house for one night.
It’s the first time the “Home Alone” house is opening up its doors for fans and bookings start December 7 for the December 12 stay where 4 guests can relive their favorite moments from Home Alone and it will only cost the person $25.
On the Airbnb Instagram it describes the stay at the house as, “Celebrate the season McCallister-style, ya filthy animals. For the first time ever, one crew of mischief makers can book a holiday in the timeless house where the Home Alone story began (without the interruption of pesky intruders). Big brother Buzz will host an overnight stay in his childhood home while the McCallisters are away for the holidays. Guests will enjoy a cozy holiday scene with a perfectly trimmed tree included, booby traps galore (but don’t worry – you’ll be setting them, not sidestepping them!), Chicago’s finest pizza and a meet and greet with a real-life tarantula. After, sit back and enjoy a viewing of the film franchise’s newest holiday adventure.”
get ready to celebrate the holidays on the most boring street in the united states of america... because the timeless house where the home alone story began is officially bookable on airbnb. 🎄— Airbnb (@Airbnb) December 1, 2021
filthy animals can request to book on december 7 at 1pm CT. https://t.co/HcTybz2Dd8 pic.twitter.com/JSm59Jeo1C
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