Vacasa sells overnight stays in the Grinch cave
US home rental platform Vacasa has teamed up with Dr Seuss Enterprises to sell overnight stays in Grinch Cave this holiday season. Jenny Southan reports
For the first time, vacationers will be able to book a stay at Grinch Cave, a fictional location imagined by American children’s author Dr Seuss in the book How the Grinch Stole Christmas!, and now achieved through a partnership with Vacasa.
Located just outside of Boulder, Utah, the The tiered residence will be available for stays between December 13-23, 2021 and will cost just US $ 19.57 (plus tax) via Vacasa in honor of the book’s original release in 1957. Guests will understand ” the signature guest of Vacasa and home care – with a few extra touches ”. Now dead, Dr Seuss’ legacy is managed by Dr Seuss Enterprises, one of the world’s leading children’s entertainment companies focused on promoting literacy, education and self-confidence through the author’s works.
The company was established in 1993 and is headquartered in San Diego. Global efforts include publishing, film, television, theatrical productions, exhibitions, digital media, licensed merchandise and other strategic partnerships.
According to a statement from Vacasa, the story of How the Grinch Stole Christmas! will be “animated for a limited time, giving revelers the chance to experience the home of the Grinch and his dog Max like never before”. Located at “Three thousand feet above sea level, on the side of Mount Crumpit”, on a beautiful secluded property, the 530 m² a hand-carved cave on the side of a massive stone mountain features a kitchen stocked with ‘roasting beast’, ‘who-pudding’ and an emergency supply of ‘who-hash’ (as in the book).
A music room includes the Grinch organ alongside Max’s drums, an office, as well as two bedrooms and bathrooms with toilets.
Vacasa says, “Wherever they go, visitors will be completely immersed in the world of the Grinch. Even more, the house is oequipped with all of the Grinch gadgets; his extravagant coffee maker, his cabinet with green fur pants and all the kitchen supplies one would need to throw a festive feast.
Interested visitors are encouraged to visit vacasa.com/Grinch for a 3D visit of the cave.
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