Stay At The X-Mansion With AirBnb, Danger Room Included

AirBnb has announced its summer lineup for its Icons Experiences, which includes X-Men ’97’s X-Mansion on Disney+. Reservations will open later today as Jubliee, who will welcome you and seven guests to explore the mansion which includes the character rooms, Cerebro Station, Beast’s laboratory and even the Danger Room. AirBnb has already done some pop culture themed listings with Barbie’s Dreamhouse, Shrek’s Swamp and the Home Alone house.

The icons will be featured in their own category on the Airbnb website. Most icons will be either free or priced under $100 per guest, but the process for getting one is different than making a regular reservation. There will be a countdown until each icon goes live, and customers can request to book through the app. Selected lucky guests will receive a digital golden ticket, and there will be over 4,000 tickets available in 2024.

Separately, additional guests will be able to participate in a two-hour X-Men experience at the X-Mansion as a day trip. Check out some photos below of what you can expect. You have to appreciate the details and the illustrated feel of the environment.


The four-bedroom, five-bed, two-and-a-half-bath New Castle estate is just one of 11 experiences offered in 2024. “Icons take you to worlds that only existed in your imagination — until now,” Brian Chesky, co-founder and CEO of Airbnb, said in a press release. “As life becomes more and more digital, we strive to bring more magic into the real world. With Icons, we have created the most extraordinary experiences on Earth.”

The season finale of X-Men ’97 airs on May 15, and you can now watch all episodes of season 1 on Disney+.

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News Source : www.gamespot.com


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