Booking.com Offers Unforgettable Overnight Stays in Addams Family Mansion, a Vintage Cable Car, and Tokyo KAWAII Room
The Addams Family Mansion – Brooklyn, New York, U.S.
Even though their house is a museum, in honour of the newest animated The Addams Family, Booking.com offered guests the chance to book a real-life replica of the iconic family’s home. Booking.com makes it easier for everyone to experience the world, even the most daring of guests, and this creepy, kooky, mysterious and spooky, all together spooky experience offered the ultimate haunted sleepover for thrill-seekers.
The three-bedroom, 3,700 square foot, 19th century era townhouse captures all the macabre that has made The Addams Family a fan favorite for decades. Guests will be able to tinker with machines in Pugsley’s Room, play with Wednesday’s beheaded doll in the living room, and even care for some of Morticia’s carnivorous plants. Decorated in true Addams Family fashion, there are vases of just rose stems, and yes, Lurch’s famous “you rang” bell. Careful not to get too spooked if Thing appears while exploring the home! The experience canme complete with spooky snacks, a screening of the feature film and more.
Located in historic Clinton Hill Brooklyn, The Addams Family Mansion was available for approximately $132 CAD per night with bookings beginning on October 28th at 12:00 p.m. EST, and four exclusive overnight stays occurring each night from October 29th until November 1st. Property details: www.booking.com/hotel/us/the-addams-family-mansion.html.
Vintage Cable Car – Sugarloaf Mountain, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Booking.com has made it possible to call one of Brazil’s most emblematic spots home: The Sugarloaf Cable car. An icon of the city of Rio de Janeiro, the cable car will welcome two guests and their respective travelling companions for the first time ever.
The cable car that will be transformed into an unforgettable overnight experience by Booking.com is a second-generation cable car from 1972, which is currently located at the “Tram Square” on Morro da Urca, the first hill on the way up to Rio’s famous Sugarloaf Mountain. For 36 years this iconic cable car transported millions of national and international tourists, including world-renowned celebrities and artists.
The Sugarloaf Cable Car will be available to book exclusively on Booking.com for two nights only – November 12th and 13th. Each night was opened up for booking on October 29th and 30th at 10:00 a.m. EST respectively. Booking.com customers across the globe could book one of the two nights available on a first-come, first-served basis for only $66 CAD. Property listing: http://www.booking.com/hotel/br/bonde.html
“KAWAII Room – Addicted to TOKYO” – Tokyo, Japan
In the first-ever stay of its kind, Booking.com announces the special “KAWAII Room – Addicted to TOKYO“, available to book exclusively on Booking.com. Developed in collaboration with art director Sebastian Masuda, a leader of Japan’s pioneering “kawaii (cute)” culture, the room can only be booked through Booking.com and is available for three days from November 13-15, 2019.
“KAWAII Room – Addicted to TOKYO” is a remarkable space that will envelop guests in all things Japanese, surrounding them with interior décor inspired by the traditional Japanese garment “Junihitoe,” which is comprised of 12 differently patterned layers. The room combines a traditional Japanese motif with a modern one that reflects today’s society, expressing today’s avant-garde Japan through the concept “Crazy for Tokyo!”.
This truly memorable stay experience has been uniquely created in a room at Apartment Hotel Mimaru Tokyo Akasaka, and was available to reserve on a first-come, first-served basis worldwide, with booking opening on Tuesday, October 29th, 2019 for $25 CAD for the night. The first three customers to book will be able to stay in the room with a friend for one night each over the three available nights. Property details: https://www.booking.com/hotel/jp/kawaii-room.en-gb.html.
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