This “Saved by the Bell” Airbnb in Dallas, Texas is a 90s Dream

It’s time to break out your belt pouches, put on your favorite acid-washed jeans, and tie your hair into a hair tie, as a Saved by the Bell-themed rental is available from Airbnb. Dallas, Texas-based Airbnb, dubbed The Slater, has Bell-inspired decor and enough ’90s flair to transport you far away from 2021.

The dining area for rental in Dallas is even modeled after The Max, the lively coffee shop that served as a hangout for AC Slater, Screech, Lisa Turtle, and the rest of the crew rescued by the Bell crew.

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“Feel like a ’90s kid! Play retro video games, watch a VHS movie, sleep in a comfy bed, then wake up and eat sugary cereal at The Max!” Description for the Airbnb list.

While The Slater Rental is a dream for brushing up on the content of your Instagram feed, don’t forget to take advantage of all of the fun perks Airbnb has to offer. Amenities include a granola bar and a collection of VHS tapes (along with a VHS player).

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Slater rental costs around $ 165 per night and can accommodate up to five guests. The Slater hosts adhere to Airbnb’s 5-step improved cleaning process and also offer self-check-in.

Do you need more nostalgia in your life? The “Saved by the Bell”-themed Airbnb hosts also rent an 80s-themed Airbnb (complete with the Ninja Turtles arcade and a King of Pop bedroom).

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Danielle Harling is an Atlanta-based freelance writer with a penchant for colorful spaces, craft cocktails, and online window shopping (usually for budget designer sales).

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