Friends-themed Airbnb with famous Central Perk sofa and foosball table opens
FRIENDS fans can make their dreams come true with an Airbnb based on the popular TV show – with a mini Central Perk.
The apartment living room features an iconic orange sofa, a huge Central Perk mirror, and a coffee table.
You can also use the guitar in the area and play some of Phoebe’s iconic songs, including Smelly Cat.
The kitchen is similar to Monica’s apartment with bright blue cupboards, while a foosball table from Joey and Chandler’s apartment is also included.
Passionate fans will be able to spot the smallest details of the show scattered throughout the apartment – a copy of The Shining sits in the fridge, while the Hugsy Penguin toy is in the bedroom.
Even the purple front door has the yellow picture frame around the peephole, as well as an Etch-a-Sketch on the wall.
A replica of the script for the series’ pilot episode is also available with a scene that was never aired.
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To spend the evenings there are Friends board games and a TV for watching the series – plus the Gellar Cup for the winners.
However, it is also in a great location as it is in Beverly Hills in Los Angeles.
The apartment is an eight-minute walk to the Beverly Hills Electric Fountain – the owner challenges guests to create their own Friends opening scene.
The Airbnb has been open for several years but recently underwent a renovation with the Friends features.
Overnight stays start from £ 278 for two people, or £ 139 each.
Unfortunately, holidays in the United States cannot yet take place for the British, due to the border closure with the United Kingdom.
However, it is hoped that a travel corridor could open up between the UK and the US due to the successful deployment of the vaccine in each country.
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