You Can Now Experience a Lavish Stay at the ‘Fresh Prince’ Mansion!

“Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” fans can now live it up at Uncle Phil and Aunt Vivian’s mansion in Los Angeles!

On Sunday, TMZ reported that Will Smith and Airbnb have teamed up to allow fans to stay at the iconic Brentwood residence whose exterior was used in the hit NBC show.

Beginning September 29, vacationers can book one-night stays at the legendary pad in honor of the program’s 30-year anniversary.

In addition to getting access to their very own wing, guests will be virtually welcomed by DJ Jazzy Jeff — Will’s longtime collaborator and the actor who played Jazz on the popular sitcom.

Attendees will also receive a new pair of Nike Jordans (in case they want to play basketball in the bedroom) and can rummage through Will’s old closet, spin turntables just like DJ Jazzy Jeff himself, and soak up the sun on luxe lounge chairs.

Though guests won’t have access to the kitchen, all meals will be provided and served on silver platters.

According to TMZ, this amazing offer is for Los Angeles residents only, and all parties must prove that they all currently live together in the same household. Guests will also be asked to wear masks and practice social distancing when necessary.

Stays are only $30 and will take place on October 2, 5, 8, 11, and 14.

In celebration of the “Fresh Prince” anniversary, Airbnb will make a one-time donation to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Philadelphia, a program that offers development and skill-building programs, recreational activities, and empowerment tools to the youth of today.

Last week, Will and his co-stars — including Tatyana Ali, Karyn Parsons, Joseph Marcell, Daphne Maxwell Reid, and Alfonso Ribeiro — shot the reunion special, which will air sometime around Thanksgiving on HBO Max.

Sadly, James Avery, who played Philip “Uncle Phil” Banks, passed away in 2013.

Will also sat down with Janet Hubert, who played Aunt Vivian until she was replaced by Reid in 1993. Though the two actors have had a tumultuous past, it appears that they have squashed their highly publicized feud.


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