You Can Relive the ’90s In This “Saved by the Bell” Airbnb

published Feb 5, 2021
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If you think about it, the teens from “dive back into the ’90s with The Slater rental on Airbnb. You’ll get the entire house to yourself — it’s the top floor of a duplex — and free usage of the backyard. However, you must comply with the CDC and Airbnb guidelines before booking, which hosts are expected to do as well.

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“Saved by the Bell” references are scattered throughout the house. The dining room is a throwback to The Max, the diner where Zack and the crew used to hang. You’ll sit in similar red and blue vinyl booths and eat in a small scale replica of the restaurant. The door is the same, the light panels and geometric patterns are the same, and there’s even a payphone hanging on the wall on a familiar background. And if you have a hankering for the show itself, head into the living room where you can binge seven VHS tapes of episodes recorded from the original run of the show.

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Beyond the show, ’90s kids will appreciate other throwbacks to the best decade throughout the house. New Kids on the Block posters grace the walls in a few of the bedrooms (Jordan, swoon!) alongside other pop culture staples like “Friends,” “Power Rangers,” and “Clueless.” Young children can climb on old McDonald’s play place structures (where they can be sent to Hamburgler jail) in the backyard. And possibly one of the greatest features of The Slater: A sugary cereal bar with all your childhood favorites, including Lucky Charms, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Crunch Berries, and more.

Every room in the house is decked out in bright colors, geometric patterns, and those weird color combinations we all loved so much in the ’90s. So pull up a beanbag and crowd around the huge boxy flat-screen TV. You can also watch other ’90s favorites (think Saturday morning cartoons, “Hook,” and “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles”), play the in-house N64 or Super Nintendo, browse a copy of Big Bopper magazine, or take some notes in a Lisa Frank Trapper Keeper while calling your BFF on a clear plastic phone. And don’t forget to say a prayer to the shining Blockbuster sign on your way down the stairs.