Would You Rent A ‘Netflix And Chill’ Room For 400 Bucks A Night?

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“Netflix & Chill” has become a cultural phenomenon that anyone who has the will, desire, and fortitude to take part in should be able to. But what do you do when you’ve got moms who ruin your special bonding time with the guy who literally dressed up as Netflix & Chill on Tinder? If you’re over 18, you just log on to AirBnb and rent a Netflix & Chill room to watch movies, make the sex, and listen to Ariana Grande’s Christmas EP.

According to the room’s description, it’s a totally rentable art project that two people (no groups, no parties, nothing but couples) can rent to enjoy some precious alone time. Is Netflix provided? Absolutely. And just to make sure you’re really in the mood, the room’s also outfitted with a Netflix bed and a whole host of other amenities to make your night an experience you won’t soon forget.

Here’s the description:

The Netflix & Chill Airbnb Room is a project presented by ART404 + Tom Galle. With this project we bring the famous ‘Netflix & Chill meme’ to life and offer it as an IRL experience that people can rent for a night.

The room is designed and equipped to experience ‘Netflix & Chill’ the best way possible.

Everything a couple needs to fully experience:

– The original Netflix and Chill Bed
– A fully stacked mini bar: Champagne, Wine, Rose, Rum, Vodka, Gin, Bourbon, Whiskey, Beer etc, soda and all kinds of juices to mix drinks.
– A HD projector connected with the new AppleTV and Netflix account, with remote controllers for both.
– Surround sound speakers around the bed.
– A beautiful view over the city, especially during sundown.
– Access to the rooftop with beautiful New York skyline view.
– Large bathroom with marble finish.
– Great location with a wide variety of restaurants close by, to visit or oder to the room.

Those lucky enough to spend the night in this room can also use the roof (for non-sexual purposes only, probably) and will be allowed to smoke if they let the owners know in advance that they’ll need a stogie after all that Netflix. At $400, the rate’s absurd, sure, and you could probably get the same experience by getting a room on Hotels.com. But how cool would it be to let people know you stayed in a room only meant for your consumption of Friends and a little bit of hanky-panky? (Okay, maybe like a 4/10, but still!)

See more pictures here. Would you spend a night here?

(H/T Jenny Kutner)

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