Spend a Night in the King of Reggaeton Daddy Yankee’s Puerto Rico Airbnb
You may know him from his chart-topping singles like Gasolina and Despacito. The King of Reggaeton, Daddy Yankee, is a Puerto Rico native with music inspired by his Latin American roots. If you’re a Daddy Yankee superfan, and if you’re lucky enough, you could have a chance to visit the country that Daddy Yankee calls home, all while staying in his home in Luquillo.
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Daddy Yankee has partnered with Airbnb to become a host for three one-night stays to host you and a friend on December 13, December 15, and December 17 for only $85 a night in honor of reaching 85 chart-topping singles. Daddy Yankee’s home decor is as eccentric as his songs — local designer Fernando Rodriguez has designed a colorful space inspired by Puerto Rican culture.
The trip will be full of perks. Guests will get the chance to virtually meet Daddy Yankee as he welcomes them into his home upon arrival. They’ll also be able to view up-close and personal his awards and other memorabilia. Take advantage of the warm weather by swimming in the outdoor pool and enjoying a dominos game in the beautiful pool house. Then head over for a game of pool while Daddy Yankee’s music videos set the scene, or try your hand on the private volleyball court. If you dare to leave the stunning home, be sure to enjoy all Puerto Rico has to offer. Luquillo’s has impressive beaches and the beautiful El Yunque National Forest. And when you’re ready to eat, Daddy Yankee has provided a “locals only” guide with the best restaurants, bars, and other spots to visit nearby. Of course, Daddy Yankee has put together a playlist of his all-time favorite songs for your stay.
“A love for music and for Puerto Rico runs in my blood,” said Daddy Yankee in a statement from Airbnb. “By hosting these stays, I want to share la cultura de mi gente, our pride and our flavor – and demonstrate how easy it can be to invite others into your world, with el calor that completes it.”
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Guests are expected to follow local COVID-19 guidelines. Guests must provide Airbnb with a document proving COVID-19 vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test result that’s less than 72 hours before check-in. All guests, regardless of vaccination status, will also be required to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of the arrival for the stay. Guests are responsible for their travel arrangements to and from Puerto Rico.
Airbnb has also decided to make a one-time donation to PRoTechos, which rebuilds roofs and provides carpentry training in places still recovering from Hurricane Irma, Maria, and other natural disasters.
You’ll have to be quick to book your stay. Booking opens on December 6 at 1:00PM EST.