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A staple of many people's childhood, Barbie is the go-to girl who has done everything, and when she isn't the President or a Scientist or a Dancer, it's paramount that she has the ultimate place to relax in style at her Malibu Dreamhouse. Now, for the first time, you can stay there, too! In partnership with Airbnb, Barbie's Malibu Dreamhouse
will be available for a one-time reservation asking just $60/night as a way to commemorate the Barbie brand’s 60th anniversary.This limited-run rental will allow one guest, and up to three friends, to stay in the dreamy abode for two nights from October 27th to October 29th. The lucky renter will get to live like a lifesize Barbie in the incredible pad, which features stunning views of the Pacific Ocean, a spacious master bedroom, and impeccably stylish decor.An ode to Barbie's classic pink packaging, the two-bedroom, two-bath home is designed to perfection where everything has been graced with pops of pink and chic pastels. There's even a closet filled with all of Barbie's occupation outfits. Other fun touches include a powerful pink office, a hobby room loaded up with supplies where you can easily craft for days, a personal movie room, a stainless steel kitchen, a massive infinity pool, and an outdoor area with a meditation terrace.A slew of Barbie's famous friends will visit the Dreamhouse for the lucky group that gets to enjoy this experience, including fencing champion Ibtihaj Muhammad who will give guests fencing lessons and pilot and aerospace engineer Jill Meyers who will take guests on a behind-the-scenes tour of Columbia Memorial Space Center. Celebrity hairstylist Jen Atkin will also stop by for makeovers and chef Gina Clarke-Helm will come to give guests a cooking lesson.The two-night stay is available to book on October 23 at 11a.m. PDT on Airbnb
for only $60/night (plus taxes and fees). Additionally, Airbnb will make a donation to The Barbie Dream Gap Project GoFundMe initiative
, whose mission provides women with the resources that they need to follow their dreams.