Barbie is renting out her Malibu Dreamhouse on Airbnb for $60 a night

The mansion features a stunning infinity pool, posh walk-in closet, cozy outdoor patio, and more

Barbie is renting out her Malibu Dreamhouse on Airbnb for $60 a night 1

In celebration of Barbie’s 60th anniversary, toy maker Mattel is giving fans a chance to stay in Barbie’s real-life Malibu Dreamhouse this month.

Fans should simply book the mansion for two nights on October 27th – 29th for $60 a night via Airbnb. But since a lot of fans are expected to try to reserve the property when booking opens at 2 p.m. ET on October 23rd, the “winners” of this once-in-a-lifetime experience all boils down to luck.

Located near Malibu Pier, Barbie Malibu Dreamhouse is a three-storey oceanfront house with two bedrooms and two baths. It also has a chic office, a posh mini-theater, a fully stocked kitchen, and a hobby room that offers a variety of activities for both sides of the brain. The mansion also features a walk-in closet where guests can try on some of Barbie’s clothes and accessories, including her neon pink motorcycle helmet and custom-fit space suit.

The house also boasts a number of open outdoor spaces where the guests can hang while enjoying the scenic view of the ocean. There’s the majestic infinity pool that comes with a waterslide; a cozy outdoor patio; an outdoor dining area, and a sports court where guests can exercise.

Even though Barbie won’t be there to personally meet the guests, four of her friends will be swinging by to the house to inspire and teach them new things. Guests will learn basic fencing with athlete Ibtihaj Muhammad, create an exquisite meal with chef Gina Clarke-Helm, get a makeover while meeting celebrity hairstylist Jen Atkin, and take a trip to the Columbia Memorial Space Center with pilot and aerospace engineer Jill Meyers.

Last but definitely not the least, to mark this extraordinary collaboration with Mattel, Airbnb will also make a donation to one of the charities involved in The Barbie Dream Gap Project on the guests’ behalf.

Source: The Hollywood Reporter
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