This year, to celebrate Halloween, Airbnb invites travelers to go to Hell, an unincorporated community in Michigan.
How has your year been so far? Right… we know. So how about continuing this wild ride in hell?
For Halloween, Airbnb is ready to welcome you in Hell, an unincorporated community located roughly 15 miles from Ann Arbor, Michigan.
You will be hosted by John Colone, the self-proclaimed mayor of Hell. And your Airbnb will be the creepiest tiny home you have ever seen. The rental will cost you only $31 a night (get it?) and will be available for three nights starting October 14. You will even be dubbed honorary “Mayor of Hell” during your stay.
The tiny home includes a beautifully-decorated outdoor dining area and fire pit. And what could we possibly say about the indoor styling? It might not be that easy to fall asleep at night. And if roasting your own diner isn’t your thing, Colone recommends the local Hell Hole Diner or Hell Saloon for a bit to eat.
The stay is open only to Michigan residents.
Are you ready to go to Hell?
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