Airbnb has made most of its headlines of late courtesy of its CEO Brian Chesky, who really seems to hate offices. He went on a media blitz decrying office culture and how outdated it is. He warned that any company not embracing a full remote work model is at a “disadvantage.”
Time will tell, and eventually, we’ll learn if Chesky is as smart and clairvoyant as he thinks he is, but in the meantime, he’s kept his mouth shut and let the company’s achievements get some of the spotlight and attention.
The San Francisco-based company announced their latest listing is an iconic treasure of a home that diehard fans of the movie The Godfather are going to want to save their pennies to go check out.
It’s the English Tudor that served as the exterior of Marlon Brando’s character Vito Corleone’s home in the 1972 classic. To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the movie, the 6,248 square foot house will be available to rent for just $50 per night during August.
You can bet there’s going to be some interest in that, and the booking opens to the public at 1:00 PM on July 27.
The winning bookers get a private stay for up to five guests. The house looks similar on the outside, but it’s been modernized on the inside, with amenities that include a game room, bar, and something that Vito looked like he definitely did not have access to; a home gym.
There are televisions located throughout the home, offering plenty of options to watch a Godfather trilogy or, better yet, the Paramount+ series The Offer, about the making of The Godfather.