Airbnb hosts ‘Home Alone’ for one night this month



It’s officially December, which can only mean one thing: it’s time to queue. Alone at home and Home Alone 2: Lost in New York in a loop (the franchise ends there, as far as we are concerned). To celebrate, Airbnb booked an overnight stay at the original McCallister family home outside of Chicago later this month for four lucky super-fans. Not only that, but guests will be greeted by none other than Kevin’s older brother Buzz (actor Devin Ratray), who swears he’s a changed man.

The reservation window begins on December 7 at 1 p.m. CST, with guests staying at the house on December 12. Airbnb claims the overnight getaway is only $ 25, but we suspect that some of those additional and infamous “taxes and fees” might increase by only a good amount. At least you can rest easy knowing that if the house was broken into by goofy bandits, the company apparently has a dedicated team to deal with this sort of thing. Check out some pictures of the house (alone) below:

Many adapted amenities – Aside from the joy that would come simply from being able to stay in the McCallister house (which still seems very chic), Airbnb promises a number of amenities to spruce up your stay, including trap projects, free aftershave, Chicago candle light pizza and a Kraft Mac n ‘Cheese dinner, and even a meet and greet with a real tarantula live. We assume, however, that you will be allowed to ignore the latter. We certainly wouldn’t blame you.

It’s the season – Airbnb’s offering is just the latest of a number of Alone at home-Related links this year in honor of the original film’s 30th anniversary, alongside the release of the franchise’s newest entry, Home Sweet Home Alone. While these limited-edition Adidas sneakers are arguably the best of the bunch, LEGO’s gigantic McCallister house replica certainly gives them their money’s worth. Speaking of which, you will apparently be able to take one of those latest goodies home when you leave your Airbnb stay at the McCallisters.



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