The interactive 18-room exhibit is full of props from the apartment and recreates classic scenes from the hit ’90s sitcom.
While interior scenes for the show were filmed in an LA studio, the exterior of the building is a real-life New York location — 130 East 23rd Street — which is now the home of “The Friends Experience.”
“With re-creations of the beloved television series’ set — guests will relive Ross’ infamously doomed sofa pivot, peek through Rachel and Monica’s purple door, relax on Chandler and Joey’s recliners after playing some foosball, explore newly added original props and costumes from the show and much more,” Booking.com said in the announcement. “It will leave guests gasping: OH. MY. GAWD!”
According to a Booking.com ad, guests will be treated to a special tour as well as dinner and drinks during their stay. They can also channel Monica’s competitive spirit in a late-night game of Phoebe’s Cab Escape Room and a “Friends”-themed scavenger hunt.
In the morning, they will get their shot of caffeine and pastries at the functioning Central Perk coffee shop.
So how much will this nostalgia trip set you back? A one-night overnight stay for two will cost just $19.94 — a nod to the year the show first aired.
But you’ll need to be quick. Booking.com are taking reservations on May 21 at 10 a.m. ET and the apartment is available for just two nights, May 23 and May 24.