You Can Rent Barbie’s Malibu Dreamhouse On Airbnb

If you played with Barbies as a kid you know that everyone was always jealous of whoever owned the Malibu Dreamhouse. It was arguably the best Barbie accessory with the multilevel home offering endless amounts of fun. Well, now you can make your friends jealous, while donating to a good cause, by renting the Malibu Dreamhouse on Airbnb.

The house has two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and can sleep up to four guests. It’s stunning and full of all the classic features from the toy itself. It even has the iconic hot pink slide that gets you from the balcony to the infinity pool. It also features a personal home movie theatre, a closet full of Barbie-inspired clothes, and even a meditation terrace.

The California villa is only available for a one time, two-night stay. Booking opens October 23rd for a reservation from October 27th to October 29th. It also comes in at a crazy affordable price of $60, plus taxes and fees, in celebration of Barbie’s 60th birthday.

If you’re the lucky winner who gets to experience this childhood dream, you and your friends aren’t the only ones who will be there celebrating Barbie. There are some pretty influential women also invited.

Ibtihaj Muhammad, a world-class fencing champion, will offer one-on-one fencing lessons. Jill Meyers, a pilot and aerospace engineer, will be offering a behind-the-scenes tour of the Columbia Memorial Space Center. Gina Clarke-Helm, chef and founder of Malibu Seaside Chef, will even cook you farm-fresh food and teach you how to do it yourself.

To top the entire experience off, you’ll be getting the real-world Barbie experience by getting makeovers from nonother than celebrity hairstylist Jen Atkin. She’s the one who works with all the Kardashians and has a haircare business call Ouai.

As if the entire experience couldn’t get better, it’s all for charity! Proceeds from the stay will be donated to one of the charities involved in The Barbie Dream Gap Project. The charity was established in 2018 and has already raised $250,000 as of March 2019. Looks like this experience helps make yours, and some lucky young girls’, dreams come true.