Airbnb are surely on a mission to change the way we holiday! From staying in a plane-turned-into-hotel to sleeping inside the Galeries Lafayette, the company is now offering its guests – its brave guests – the opportunity to spend Halloween in a Parisien catacomb. A catacomb that is home to six million skeletons!
If this is your kind of holiday, there is lot more on offer with a private tour of the labyrinth of bones, a daunting dinner experience to the sound of violins and some bone-chilling bedtime stories to maximize the horror-levels. The guests will also have the chance to stay alongside the remains of fabulist Jean de la Fontaine, Charles Perrault and François Rabelais. Yay?
Guests now have the opportunity to win a one-night stay at the terror room. To enter, hopefuls must submit 100 words in French or English on ‘what makes them brave’, before October 20.
According to The Guardian, Airbnb paid up to €350,000 ($402,023) to privatize the tunnels on October 31 – which are visited by more than 500,000 people a year.
[ Via : Inhabitat ]