Sleep over in the toy store from the Home Alone 2 & Big films this Xmas – with unlimited sweets and THAT giant piano

YOU can spend the night in an iconic toy store with unlimited sweets, private shopping experience and Christmas dinner all included.

FAO Schwarz, the oldest toy store in the US, is opening to the public for one night only with Airbnb.

The toy store is famous for its giant piano which featured in the 1988 Tom Hanks film Big, and has also featured in Home Alone 2 and even Toy Story.

The 20,000sqft flagship will be yours for the evening with private access to all of the toys.

Starting with a tour, kids can enjoy wall-to-wall sweets in the FAO Schweetz dining area, which is where a Christmas dinner and breakfast will also be included during the stay.

During the stay, guests will be treated to a music lesson on the store’s famous Giant Dance On Piano, as well as the chance to build your own remote controlled car to race through the store.

The living area will be decked out in decorations and life-size stuffed animals with a view of the 75ft Christmas tree in Rockefeller Plaza.





Guests also get shopping credit to buy their own toys to take home with them.

When ready for bed, adults can sleep in the sleigh bed while kids can have fun in the bunkbeds with slides.

Launched by Airbnb, the room is only open for one night, with bookings opening on December 15 to stay on December 21 for £19.

Donations will be made by Airbnb St Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

Sadly it is only open for New Yorkers due to coronavirus travel restrictions.

The world's first mulled wine hot tub has opened in the UK, where you can bath in the booze while enjoying a glass of it.

One hotel in Michigan has launched a special Buddy the Elf Inspired suite experience, running from November 21 to December 31. 

A hotel in New York is offering a lavish Christmas package deal with a private ice-rink, personal Nutcracker performance and even a private driver, butler, nanny and massage therapist – for £132k.

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