'Snap, snap': Addams Family Mansion open to guests for limited time thanks to Booking.comopens in new window
Though the Addams Family's "house is a museum," fans have a limited opportunity to stay there this spooky season in celebration of the release of "The Addams Family" animated movie last Friday. For four nights only Oct. 29-Nov. 1, a replica home created by Booking.com will open in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn. Each night the house is available for up to four visitors, who will be able to stay for $101.10 total. The Addams Family Mansion, a three-bedroom 19th century townhouse, is 3,700 square feet, according to Booking.com.
15
Oct
2019
eu.usatoday.com
You Can Spend the Night in a Real-life Version of ‘The Addams Family’ Mansion This Halloweenopens in new window
As we glide through October, those with a ghouly nature are thinking of all things creepy, kooky, mysterious and spooky. Lucky for them, Booking.com wants to really send people screaming this month by renting out a real-life recreation of The Addams Family home just in time for Halloween. Located in a 19th-century townhouse in Brooklyn’s historic Cobble Hill neighborhood, this spooky manor will feature plenty of nods to each individual member of the Addams Family. Toy around with weird machines in Pugsley’s room, watch out for Wednesday’s beheaded doll in the living room, be careful watering Morticia’s carnivorous plants, or even pull Lurch’s famous “you rang” bell to set the mood.
10
Oct
2019
www.travelandleisure.com
Sweet dreams are made of properties like Bicheno’s Blu-Seaopens in new window
“As a short-stay accommodation business, Blu-Sea has a proven record of success, including significant forward bookings and a 9.7 out of 10 rating on Booking.com,” he said.
09
Oct
2019
www.news.com.au
Ferne McCann stays at incredible £1,106 a night hotel on glamorous Kyoto holidayopens in new window
Ferne, who is on holiday in collaboration with Booking.com, pulled out all the stops for her accommodation, opting for a stay at the luxurious Four Seasons Hotel Kyoto.
07
Oct
2019
www.mirror.co.uk
Business Travelers Actually Like Trips More Than Office Lifeopens in new window
In fact, the idea of traveling for work is actually becoming more of a perk for many office workers. Another survey conducted by Booking.com found that 30 percent of employees would even take a lower paying job if it involved more travel for work.
07
Oct
2019
www.travelandleisure.com

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