Will Smith and Airbnb are offering fans a trip to California, and down memorylan, with a star-studded stay at the Brentwood mansion made famous by Ninetiessmash hit, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.Marking 30 years since the show debutedon NBC, Will Smith has opened one of the wings to visitors, as well as teasinga Fresh Prince reunion special.The actor won’t actually be there to pass overthe keys in person, but guests will be welcomed by Fresh Prince alum DJ JazzyJeff, fronting an online Airbnb Experience teaching proper turntabletechnique.The entire home is drenched in Nineties nostalgia, from the retrotable football to the colourful Nike Air Jordans by the front door.
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Fancy staying overnight in the world's last Blockbuster store? Airbnb is giving hardcore movie fans the ultimate sleepover in the once popular video rental chain. The 20-year-old store in Bend, Oregon, is the last remaining store. Store manager Sandi Harding has kept the Blockbuster going strong since 2004, keeping its shelves stocked with films. Now, she's listing the store on Airbnb. The lucky guests can browse the aisles for films ranging from classics to modern hits. There's even a spacious 'living room', decked out with a sofa and armchairs, a coffee table for placing snacks, and of course a large TV screen. Sadly though the stay is only open to to residents of Deschutes County in Oregon.
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The world's only remaining Blockbuster movie rental location has become an Airbnb rental. Located in Bend, Oregon, the throwback space has everything: a sofabed, free snacks, a VCR and a big TV. Owner Sandi Harding is opening the store up for three individual, 1-night reservations for a few lucky Oregonians. The rental allows up to 4 people and encourages groups to be from the same household to comply with Covid-19 guidelines.