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If you’re looking for a unique and colorful getaway this spring, consider renting out Bad Bunny’s abode on Airbnb. The Puerto Rican rapper, singer, and actor is opening up his Miami home to fans for three individual one-night stays from Apr. 6 through Apr. 8., priced at $91 each—a nod to his record-breaking 9.1 billion streams on Spotify in 2021.
After staying in Airbnb accommodation himself, the artist wanted to open up his semi-truck home that is a celebration of his life and career. The 53-foot West Coast Customs-designed rig features a matte black exterior, while inside there are plenty of bright colors, bold patterns, and luxe leather furniture that encapsulates Bad Bunny’s Avant Garde style. The truck’s design also draws inspiration from from some of his most popular music videos including a bedroom decked out in florals like “YO PERREO SOLA,” and other spaces nod to the artist’s hits like “LA NOCHE DE ANOCHE,” and “SI VEO A TU MAMA.”
“Being on tour has reconnected me with my fans and the energy they give me during each show in every city we visit is incredible,” Bad Bunny said in a press release. “I’m hoping that by hosting guests in my truck I can give them a chance to feel like they’re on tour with me. This truck has played such a big role in the concept of my tour and my last album that I want to share this unique experience with them.”
In addition to an overnight stay, lucky fans will receive VIP tickets to Bad Bunny’s sold-out tour in Miami ahead of the stay (travel and lodging not included), a virtual greeting upon arrival, a photoshoot with the big rig, and an exclusive tour of Bad Bunny’s favorite Miami stops.
To honor the Puerto Rican community, Airbnb will make a one-time donation to the Fundación Good Bunny, which works to improve the quality of life in Puerto Rican youth through the support of youth arts and sports initiatives.
Bad Bunny fans can request to book a stay in the big rig beginning Mar. 29 at 1 p.m. ET at airbnb.com/badbunny.