Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Lair

May 24, 2016

Category: Living

Is this a dream come true? A legit Ninja Turtles lair for 10 dollars a night in Manhattan? Thank you AirBNB for making this a reality. The high-tech dojo comes fully loaded for you and your buddies to kick back and relax in true crime-fighting fashion thanks to the myriad accommodations and hookup from Paramount/Nickelodeon’s partnership with AirBNB in anticipation of the release of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows.

Within the lair is a glow in the dark basketball court, a retro arcade, more video game consoles, and sweet looking tv wall. It can sleep up to six people with two bunk beds and one queen bed (all in separate rooms), features four bathrooms and the hosts will even hook you up with free pizza delivery and some gifts before you take your leave. The entire apartment is yours to rent, but only for a handful of fans.[Purchase]

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