So no one told you your Airbnb was going to be this way. Yes, that’s right, somebody call the Holiday Armadillo, whip up Rachel’s famous meat trifle and get ready to relax inside the Friends-themed Air BNB in Historic Ybor City. Owner and Airbnb superhost Frank Albert has sprinkled Easter eggs throughout the two-bedroom, two-bathroom pad that Friends superfans will love.
This Airbnb will be there for you when you need a heavy dose of nostalgia. Designer Erin Wertman completely binged the show in the process of bringing the space to life. Wertmean went all out tracking down just the right Friends decor.
The space itself runs about $224 per night. If you’re looking to load up your social media with some super instagrammable backdrops, then you’re in for a treat. Bright purple walls, stuffed animals representing certain characters from the show, a recipe for Rachel’s signature trifle, themed mugs and more are all available in the unit.
90s nostalgia comes to life in Friends Airbnb
Here’s the official room description: Welcome FRIENDS! This airbnb will transport you into the world of the smash hit TV show. With tons of replica items, memorabilia, you’ll feel at times like you’re at Central Perk, Monica’s, or Joey and Chandlers. Whether you’re a friends fan or not, this bright, fun 2/2 sits in the heart of Ybor and is sure to have everything you need!
The Airbnb sits inside a 1920s built bungalow. On the outside is an adorable front porch with a little bistro set and two chairs to enjoy the Florida weather. Inside, you’ll immediately be transported to New York in the 90s and early 2000s. Rooms were inspired by a cross between Monica/Rachel’s apartment, Joey/Chandlers apartment, and Central Perk. True friends fans will appreciate many easter eggs such as Marcel, the Chick and the Duck, lobsters, a Friends cookbook, a foosball table and even the shining book in the freezer.
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