Your new address could be in Bikini Bottom

A replica of SpongeBob’s home has hit the market

TRD New York /
Sep.September 18, 2016 11:00 AM

SpongeBob SquarePants, the off-beat children’s cartoon about a sponge and his friends, has a cult following of super fans. Now, those SpongeBob fans can live out their fantasies by renting their favorite character’s home in “Bikini Bottom.”

“Who lives in a pineapple under the sea? You can (well, at least the pineapple part), when you stay in the SpongeBob-themed Pineapple Villa at @nickresortpuntacana! We got a sneak peek inside these uber swank digs and were blown away by the whimsical touches and private swimming pool!” Monica Storch a travel writer posted on Instagram.

The pineapple shaped domicile is by Nickelodeon and Nick Resort Punta Cana created the real-life rendition of SpongeBob’s abode.

Inside there are 1,500 square feet of kitschy and two bedrooms. It comes complete with an inflatable armchair, a shell phone, a diving helmet TV set and a life-size replica of Gary, according to Elite Daily.

 
 

There are also high-end amenities like a private pool and butler for late-night Krabby Patties. And of course that means that the SpongeBob lifestyle doesn’t come cheap. Living in the pineapple will set you back $3,800 per night.

[Elite Daily]Christopher Cameron


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