5 Airbnbs Used In 90s Movies And TV Shows

Ahhh, the ’90s: boy and girl bands, East Coast vs West Coast rap, and choker necklaces that complimented your skirt and leggings combo. It was all great, but there was nothing quite like the ’90s movies and TV shows that defined the decade – think: Saved by the Bell, Friends, and The prince of Bel-Air. If reminiscing about the good old days makes you nostalgic, then my boy, have we got a solution for you. You can stick with some of the coolest Airbnbs used in ’90s movies and TV shows, you know, to channel arguably the best decade in history.

Sure, it’s fun looking at photos of the houses used in the making of some of the most famous movies, but what’s even cooler is the fact that you can also spend a few nights in some of them. them. With a little research and Airbnb accommodations, we were able to find some of the best Airbnbs used in classic 90s movies and TV shows. The best part? Some houses still have the original designs of the set used in those movies, so you can feel like you’re part of the cast.

The 90s are a bygone era, but the years are certainly not forgotten. Take out those big rigs and grab your favorite VHS tape, because these five Airbnbs used in 90s movies and TV shows are totally nostalgic.

The prince of Bel-Air Chateau

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There are few things more iconic about the ’90s than The prince of Bel-Air Chateau. For the TV show’s 30th anniversary in 2020, Airbnb and Will Smith opened the famous Cradle to Los Angeles residents to book on a few select dates, for just $ 30 per night. As you can imagine, people jumped at the chance to spend a few nights at the mansion for an incredibly affordable price. The house is filled with graffiti and genuine memorabilia from the show. If you were one of the lucky few to take over the house, you were also virtually greeted by none other than DJ Jazzy Jeff, you know, to make the experience complete.

the World of spices Tour bus

Shakespeare in love


The 1998 cinema Shakespeare in love with Gwyneth Paltrow and Joseph Fiennes. Of course, the movie was popular, but everyone knew that the most memorable part was the love scene between the two stars. When Shakespeare finds out that the young man he confided in is actually his true love Viola, the passion breaks. Ahhh, the romanticism. And you know … the bed the passion and romance happened in is the very bed you could have slept in when the house was available on Airbnb. I don’t know what your personal thoughts are, but hey, that’s pretty cool. This house in historic Suffolk, UK was also on the market for £ 1.25million (around US $ 1.7million), but the famous bed was unfortunately not included.

Daddy’s Girls’ Cottage

Golden girls ran from 1985 to 1992 and is arguably one of the most beloved TV shows to date. Fun Fact: Located near Lake Murray and the Arbuckle Mountains in Oklahoma, the cottage is actually the original childhood home of the late McClanahan Street (who played Blanche de the Daddy’s Girls). The chalet is said to have been used by the actors as a girls’ getaway and birthday celebrations. The best part? You can book a stay for $ 215 a night! The three bedroom home is the perfect getaway for you and a few friends, and you can enjoy the owner’s lovely personal photography lining the walls.

Saved by the gong-Inspired duplex

Although it is not the actual set that Saved by the Bell was filmed, it might as well be! For $ 172 a night, you can book a stay for up to six people at this’ 90s-inspired Airbnb in Dallas, TX. The duplex is a total blast from the past, showcasing some of the most memorable sets from Saved by the Bell. Remember Zack, Slater, Lisa, Screech, Jessie and Kelly’s favorite hangout spot, aka “The Max” restaurant? Well, you’ll be happy to hear that this duplex’s dinner is almost identical to what appears in the now iconic show. The bright colors and decoration will make you feel like you are on the set. Enjoy a meal in the retro restaurant, play some retro video games, and watch a VHS movie before bed. Because what else would you do in the 90s?

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