Airbnb has listed a uncommon night time’s keep in one among Paris’ most recognisable landmarks.
For the primary time in its historical past, the Moulin Rouge will invite visitors to sleep over in a “secret room” in the venue’s iconic pink windmill, based on the itemizing.
For $1.49 (€1) for the night time, as much as three visitors will get the prospect to guide the one-off expertise, which comes with a curated cabaret-themed night filled with VIP inclusions.
Among the perks is backstage theatre entry, a chef-prepared three-course meal, tickets to the membership’s present Féerie, and an in a single day keep in a specially-created windmill boudoir and personal rooftop terrace.
The expertise will start with a personal tour of the venue, delving into its historical past, costumes and backstage nooks.
Guests will get a meet-and-greet with the present’s lead dancer, Claudine van den Bergh, and a photograph session on stage with the forged of the present.
Van den Bergh can even play host, by personally escorting visitors to their boudoir for the night time.
The bed room area itself has been specifically themed for the venue and event.
Van den Bergh mentioned: “The Belle Époque-inspired interior of our much loved windmill will transport guests to the era from which this timeless cabaret emerged.”
Airbnb has paid tribute to the positioning’s historical past, by filling the room with artwork nouveau items, together with a miniature paper stage, and making a dressing room crammed with Belle Epoque equipment together with classic costumes and perfumes.
Guests might even come across “letters from admirers”, based on the reserving platform.
A festoon-lit non-public rooftop terrace encircling the windmill has been given an era-appropriate makeover, which incorporates the addition of an ornate pagoda and antique-style backyard furnishings.
Australians can submit a request to safe one among three unique in a single day stays from May 18 at 3am, Australia time (AEST) via the website listing.
Past Airbnb activations have included a ’90s-themed night time in the world’s final Blockbuster video retailer, a festive keep inside a Melbourne Myer division retailer, a sleepover in the unique Spice Bus from the 1997 Spice World film, and a keep in the House of Gucci palazzo.