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New York 'Netflix and Chill' apartment listed on Airbnb

For Big Apple binging

Jess Denham
Friday 29 January 2016 16:13
Renting out the Netflix and Chill room costs £288 per night
Renting out the Netflix and Chill room costs £288 per night

Fans of ‘Netflix and Chill’ can now take their favourite hobby one step further by booking into a New York apartment themed around the meme.

The one-bed flat has been listed on Airbnb for £288 a night and comes with a “fully stacked mini-bar” complete with champagne and beer, Netflix bedding, an HD projector hooked up to an Apple TV and Netflix account, surround sound and stairs leading up to a roof terrace.

Friends Tom Galle, Moises Sanabria and Alyssa Davis came up with the genius idea and shared it with the world on Wednesday. They already have one guest booked in for February.

“They experience something different than just going to a hotel,” Galle, a 31-year-old advertising professional, told NME. “It’s bringing a part of the internet to a real life experience. You don’t have to sleep with a girl or a guy there, we’re just bringing the joke to real life.”

The room will remain rentable on Saturdays for at least a couple of months.

One thing to bear in mind: threesomes are absolutely not permitted. “We can’t allow you to have additional guests and that is a serious request,” the house rules read.

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