Unique Stays: Daddy Yankee's Puerto Rican Retreat On Airbnb

Unique Stays: Daddy Yankee's Puerto Rican Retreat On Airbnb
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Originating from Puerto Rico, the term “Reggaeton” was first coined and pioneered by the King of Reggaeton himself, Ramón Luis Ayala Rodríguez, aka Daddy Yankee. He first debuted as a solo artist on April 2, 1995, with the album, No Mercy. He eventually formed his own unique style and, with the release of Playero 36, reggaeton was born. This would be the beginning of his steady rise on the charts, cementing his status as one of the most lauded artists today. To celebrate his latest successes, Daddy Yankee opens his home to fans–now you, too, can get an up-close look at his life and music with a night’s stay at his Puerto Rican retreat.

The king's abode (from USD 85)

To commemorate his more than 85 chart-topping singles, the reggaeton king has decreed his home to be available for rent for 85 USD a night, as a thank you to his supporters.

Staying true to his Latin roots, the king’s home showcases vibrant and contemporary decorations designed by local designer Fernando Rodriguez who took inspiration from Puerto Rican culture and musical hits like “Gasolina,” “Con Calma,” and “Dura.”

Upon arrival at the home, you will be virtually greeted by the king himself as he shows you all the things that he loves about Luquillo. You’re given access to his private memorabilia, including his vast collection of awards. There is also a wide array of activities you can do here from enjoying a relaxing dip in the outdoor pool to a fun game on the volleyball court.

And the fun doesn’t end inside the home. Explore Luquillo’s famous beaches and the beautiful El Yunque National Forest. There is even a “locals only” guide that shows you Daddy Yankee’s favorite local restaurants, bars, and attractions around town. And finally, you’re even treated to playlist of Daddy Yankee’s all-time favorite songs, specially curated for your stay.

Daddy Yankee Lists Puerto Rican Reggaetón Retreat
Luquillo, Puerto Rico
1 review  Wifi Available
Entire residential home 1 Bed 2 Guests 1 Bedroom 1 Bathrooms

Accommodates: 2

Booking a stay

Daddy Yankee in his home
Source: Airbnb

This wonderful opportunity is available for only a limited time. Guests can start booking trips on December 6 at 1pm EST for December 13, December 15, and December 17. Also, all guests can stay for a single night, up to two guests per stay, for 85 USD.

COVID-19 guidelines

Daddy Yankee's home
Source: Airbnb

Of course, with the threat of the pandemic still looming, there are COVID-19 restrictions in place that all prospective guests must adhere to. Firstly, as issued by Puerto Rico’s governor, all guests must provide a document proving that they are fully vaccinated and have a negative COVID-19 test result within 72 hours prior to check-in. Although, if you don’t have documents proving you are fully vaccinated or have not been fully vaccinated, worry not as having a negative COVID-19 test would suffice.

On-site staff will also follow Airbnb’s COVID-19 Safety Practices, which include wearing a mask and practicing social distancing. Other than that, guests are responsible for their own travel concerns including following local protocols required to enter Puerto Rico.

The king awaits your arrival

Daddy Yankee has achieved so much in the past few decades. In honor of his successes and the ever-continuing support of his fans, he wishes to celebrate it by opening up his home.

So, if you’re a huge fan of his work, why not consider this once-in-a-lifetime stay experience at the home of the reggaeton king himself?

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