Daddy Yankee Puts His Home in Puerto Rico on Airbnb — & We’re Ready for a Vacation

Lead Photo: Photo by Isaac Reyes.
Photo by Isaac Reyes.
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Need a place to spend the night or just chill while you’re in Puerto Rico? Daddy Yankee’s got you covered.

The rapper, singer, and songwriter recently put his personal home located in Luquillo, Puerto Rico, on Airbnb, so someone could rent it out while they’re on vacation.

“¡Oye!” the official Airbnb Twitter reads. “Daddy Yankee is offering fans la oportunidad of a lifetime – to stay in his personal home in Luquillo.” The tweet also reveals that the first-day people can start renting his home is December 6 at 1 p.m. EST.

Known as La Capital del Sol (The Sun’s Capital), Luquillo is located between Fajaro, Rio Grande, and the Atlantic Ocean and is said to have some of the most beautiful beaches on the island. Daddy Yankee says he is offering the “once-in-a-lifetime opportunity” as a way to thank all his fans. He says that as the host, he has taken “special care to customize the space to reflect reggaetón aesthetic and the vibrance” of Luquillo.

“My mountain home…reminds me of all the things I love about this beautiful island and its people,” Daddy Yankee says in the description of his home on the Airbnb website. “During your stay, I encourage you to explore the rich heritage and history of the area, where the culture and weather are equally hot.

The “Puerto Rican Reggaetón Retreat,” as it is referred to on Airbnb, includes one bedroom and one and a half bath. You can book the house for $85 a night. During your stay, you will have access to Daddy Yankee’s private memorabilia, including many of the awards he’s won. There is also a swimming pool, pool table, and volleyball court. He’s also curating a special playlist with all his favorite songs.

Funds collected from the rental will be donated to PRoTechnos, a company that rebuilds roofs caused by the damage of hurricanes and other disasters.

The only question that remains is, where are we going to set up the Christmas tree?