To get in on the St. Patrick’s Day action, Guinness has transformed a bar located at its Guinness Storehouse in Dublin into a residence loft. Partnering with Airbnb for the initiative, the brand listed the loft on Airbnb’s platform.
The Guinness Storehouse is a seven-floor building dedicated to telling the story of Guinness, from its history to showcasing its products, along with being an avenue for tasting. Resting on the top floor is the Gravity Bar, which boasts a panoramic 360 degree view of Dublin city.
The listing itself humorously has Guinness founder Arthur Guinness as its Airbnb host, complete with a profile and description. It also refers to itself as “Ireland’s most exclusive bedroom”.
Those interested in snagging a stay at the Guinness Storehouse have to enter a competition where they have to answer the question posed by the brand, “What makes you the world’s biggest Guinness fan?”
According to a press statement, Gravity Bar will be transformed in 24 hours for a lucky duo to responsibly enjoy a VIP experience. This is complete with a Guinness tasting bar with a private butler, a pint-shaped bed, pool table, life-sized Jenga and a giant telescope for a night under the stars.
Winners will also get access to St. James’s Gate Brewery, the production site that has been home to the Guinness Brewery since 1759. This includes a historical journey of the brewery and a six-course dining experience and other experiences, to name a few.
So Guinness fans, its time to get cracking.