How To Rent The Saved By The Bell Themed Airbnb

Calling all "Saved by the Bell" fans! There's an opportunity you're not going to want to miss out on. If you're in need of a vacation or just a place to stay for a few nights, there's a "Saved by the Bell" themed Airbnb based off the hit NBC show called The Slater. Airing from 1989 to 1993, the show featured a star-studded main cast consisting of Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Tiffany-Amber Theissen, Mario Lopez, Elizabeth Berkley, Lark Vorhies, and the late Dustin Diamond (via IMDb). Other honorable cast mentions include the iconic Dennis Haskins, Leah Remini, and Leanna Creel.

Located in Dallas, Texas on the top floor of a duplex, this '90s nostalgia-filled home turned Airbnb can host a maximum of six guests. Featuring two bedrooms, one bathroom, and several other spectacular rooms, this Airbnb is sure to make you feel like you're back in time alongside the original gang. Hosted by Jeremy and Kelsey Turner, the home also includes retro video games and VHS movies along with a VCR player. On average, it costs about $215 per night plus fees, depending on how many nights the guest stays, according to Airbnb.

A kitchen designed like The Max

One of the most memorable sets from "Saved By the Bell" was The Max. Featuring bright colors, vintage furniture, and several other memorable appliances, it was the place where Zack, Kelly, and all the other main characters hung out at least once per episode, not to mention where all the events and special occasions were celebrated. Indeed, the legendary meet-up spot played such a key part within the show. While the set was decked out with a jukebox, several booths, and matching tables, the Airbnb version keeps it a lot more simple.

Upon entry, one can see a single table with the famous booths that appear to be an exact replica from "Saved By the Bell," via Airbnb. Furthermore, the floors are mostly the same, consisting of a combination of white, red, and black tiles. Sitting on top of the table is the napkin holder and matching ketchup and mustard bottles that resided on every table of The Max along with two milkshakes. Aside from a few other iconic decorations, the two most eye-catching are the payphone that every character used at one time or another and the main door that was used as the entrance to the restaurant. Don't forget to check out the corner as there is a mini bar with stools that also serves as tribute to the memorable set.

A sitting area with '90s movies and a VCR

Next, let's take a look at the living room of the "Saved By the Bell" Airbnb. The first thing that will draw immediate attention is the decorative accent wall, via Apartment Therapy. Featuring squiggly lines, retro sunglasses, and multiple different shades of pinks and purples, it's clear this wall pays homage to the opening credits of the show. This wall also features a blue and white painted fireplace for those that book during the cold winter months. Directly in front of the fireplace sits two blue and yellow bean bag chairs, much like the ones shown in some of the character's bedrooms on "Saved By the Bell." Sitting on the other side of the room is a bold red couch with a matching chair beside it.

Adjacent to both the fireplace and couch is a large floor TV. For those that don't know, these TVs are big, bulgy, and of minimum picture quality. Beside the TV is a VCR player and a stack of VHS tapes. Prior to DVDs and streaming services, people had to use tapes to watch the latest movies. The stack includes some unforgettable '90s hits including "The Mask," "Home Alone," "Titanic," and, of course, some taped episodes of "Saved by the Bell." In the middle of all of this sits a spiral shaped purple table with a big phone on top. This appears to be a replica to the one that Zack uses throughout the series.

Tons of throwbacks in the master bedroom

In the middle of all these '90s throwbacks, where is one to sleep in the "Saved By the Bell" Airbnb? Well, there's a main bedroom and a shared bedroom. Per Mirror, the master bedroom consists of a king-size bed with brightly colored designs much like the accent wall in the living room. The bed frame, along with a vanity, two night stands, and large dresser are all white wicker furniture. The walls are all bright pink and have several posters on each wall. Some of these include the cast of the TV show "Friends," the cast of the iconic movie "Clueless," and a separate poster for each member of the boy band New Kids on the Block.

Upon the tall wicker dresser sits a small white box TV. Extremely popular during the '90s, it was rare to go to a home without seeing one. Additionally, on top of the vanity beside a bright pink hairdryer sits a very familiar Lisa Frank notebook that was all the rage in the late '90s. Over on one of the nightstands is a classic Big Bopper magazine and a cherry Pepsi can, both from the era. The second night stand has a second can of Pepsi and an ice cream designed tray made for holding jewelry and other small items atop it. Perhaps the most notable item in this whole room, however, is a clear house phone that also coexists on the nightstand.

More '90s furnishings in the second bedroom

Now, moving on to the shared bedroom of the "Saved By the Bell" Airbnb. Perhaps the most eye-catching thing in this room is the bright blue carpet that covers the floor. Centered in the room is a queen-size bed with a dark blue comforter that has multiple shape designs of different colors. On the opposite side of the room, along the wall, is a bright red framed bunk bed. On the bottom bunk is a full-size bed while the top bunk consists of a twin-sized bed. Both bunks have matching while comforters that also have various shapes.

Unlike the master bedroom, this bedroom has white walls that allow for a calmer tone to the room as opposed to the bright pink. In the corner beside the main bed stands a dresser with a box TV on top. Beside the TV is a Nintendo 64 with the most popular games from the '90s. In the other corner beside the main bed stands a life sized Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle. The walls are adorned with some of the most popular entertainment figures in '90s pop culture such as Batman, Spiderman, and famous basketball players.

A host of nostalgic outdoor extras

Lastly, there's a couple of outdoor areas at the "Saved By the Bell" Airbnb as well. As mentioned by Dwell, there is a balcony on the second story of The Slater. While overlooking the front yard, a blue green table sits with two matching chairs. This is perfect for a dinner for two or morning coffee. On the opposite side of the house is the backyard. While the balcony is private, the backyard must be shared with the first floor duplex. Furthermore, there are two main features of this fenced-in yard.

The first feature in this yard is an older playset that is sure to be familiar to many. While they don't make them like this anymore, this is still perfect for anyone who remembers these playsets from childhood. Every side of the set is a different bright color. On the other side of the yard is the iconic Officer Big Mac. While this is more '80s than the '90s, this McDonald's homage is still a memory from childhood that many will always remember.