You can hang out with Seth Rogen at this Los Angeles Airbnb and support a good cause
How much money would you pay to spend the night with Seth Rogen? The cost may be more affordable than you think. For just $42 a night, fans can book a night through Airbnb at the creative retreat where the actor makes pottery for his cannabis and homeware business, house plant.
The mid-century getaway is in Hollywood Hills and offers gorgeous views and a private hot tub.
But this Airbnb reservation will give you more than just a night’s rest. Guests can hang out with Rogen in his studio and make pottery with the “Knocked Up” star. Of course, Rogen will be offering tips and tricks for budding artists, and guests will also receive a copy of Houseplant’s not yet released Vinyl Box Set Vol. 2 before it is available for purchase.
As part of its partnership with Rogen, Airbnb will donate funds to its foundation Hilarity for charity, a non-profit organization that supports families affected by Alzheimer’s disease. Rogen started the nonprofit with his wife, Lauren Miller-Rogen, in 2012, and in the years since they’ve raised more than $17 million. The couple have a particular interest in battling Alzheimer’s disease as Miller-Rogen’s mother died of early-onset Alzheimer’s in 2020.
“It gives meaning and purpose to a huge loss in my life,” Miller-Rogen said. We Weekly on Hilarity for Charity. “Personally, I have benefited so much from the chance we have had to help other people, which has, in turn, helped me to overcome the loss that my family suffered with my mother suffering from this terrible illness.”
To help support Hilarity for Charity, you can request a reservation at Rogen’s artistic retreat in Hollywood Hills for February 15, 16 and 17 starting February 7 at 10 a.m. PST. Only three guest reservations will be chosen, each for a one night stay.
In the meantime, you can watch Rogen’s ‘Hilarity for Charity’ special featuring stand-up comedy from artists like Michael Che, Tiffany Haddish, Nick Kroll and John Mulaney on Netflix here.
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