Spice Girls fans: There’s a new way to “spice up your life.” The iconic double-decker bus from “Spice World” is available to rent for a short stay on Airbnb.
Anyone who’s seen the 1997 film will remember the bus, painted with Union Jack details, that carried the girl group across England -- and made a harrowing jump across a River Thames bridge. Twenty-two years later, Spice Girls superfan Suzanne Godley has listed the bus on Airbnb for others to enjoy.
“Working with some incredible designers, we’ve turned it into accommodation so you can stay the night and live out every fan’s wildest dreams,” Godley wrote in the bus’s listing. “This is the first time the bus has ever been available to stay on.”
The bus is able to sleep up to three people with a double bed and a single bed. Its second floor has a flat screen TV and three cinema-style chairs, among other features such as '90s CDs and magazines. There’s no running water, bathroom or WiFi.
“I’m a huge fan of the band and have tried to include as many little touches as possible inspired by the girls and their music, to make the inside just as iconic as the outside!” Godley wrote.
The bus will be available June 14 and 15 only at Wembley Park in London. The booking feature will go live at 8 a.m. local time on May 22.
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