For anyone whose ever dreamed of actually living “in a Barbie world,” now you can thanks to, well, Barbie. The Barbie Malibu Dreamhouse was recently listed on Airbnb, but only one lucky guest and up to three of his or her friends will have the chance to stay at the villa overlooking the Pacific Ocean. That’s right: This Dreamhouse will only be booked once — so you better act fast.
Available to book on Oct. 23 at 11 a.m. PDT/2 p.m. ET (mark your calendars!), the life-size Barbie Malibu Dreamhouse is a two-bedroom, two-bathroom, three-story mansion that sleeps four. The one-time stay that will take place Oct. 27 to Oct. 29 won’t break the bank, either; the Dreamhouse is available for $60 per night, plus taxes and fees.
What exactly does the Barbie Malibu Dreamhouse experience include? For starters, you’ll get your hair done by Mane Addicts Creator Collective, and you’ll have the opportunity to meet with hairstylist Jen Atkin.
Guests will also get a one-on-one fencing lesson with fencing medalist Ibtihaj Muhammad, who just so happens to have her own Barbie Shero doll.
Malibu Seaside Chef Gina Clarke-Helm will also be around to give an interactive, globally-inspired cooking lesson.
And if you’ve ever wanted to go behind-the-scenes of Columbia Memorial Space Center, guests will get that, too. Pilot and aerospace engineer Jill Meyers will lead the tour.
“My Dreamhouse is the perfect place to be inspired and learn new things. I hope it will feel like your Dreamhouse, too,” Barbie says in the Airbnb description.
Of course, there’s plenty of space to relax, too. Just look at this tub.
The ocean-front home has Barbie touches throughout, as it would. Decorated with a mix of new and vintage mid-century modern pieces, the home boasts an infinity pool, a sport court, a meditation space, an outdoor dining patio, and a fully-stocked kitchen.
What we love about this Barbie Airbnb experience, though, is Airbnb will make a donation to one of the charities involved in The Barbie Dream Gap Project on the lucky guest’s behalf.
“Research has identified that starting at age five, many girls are less likely than boys to view their own gender as smart and begin to lose confidence in their own competence – this is coined the Dream Gap,” the description states.
Good luck being the first to book this very-Barbie experience!