Juanes is getting even more personal. To celebrate his newest and most intimate album, Vida Cotidiana, the emblematic Colombian rocker announced that he’s allowing two guests to stay at his house in Antioquia, Colombia, from Dec. 9 to 10 through Airbnb.
“I have never opened the doors of my house like this before,” the “A Dios Le Pido” singer said in a press statement. “This is the most personal invitation I have made so far so that those who have been there during all these years making music, and are also fans of traveling and connecting with nature, can book one of my favorite places in the world, only on Airbnb.”
His home will be available to book via Airbnb tomorrow (Nov. 28) at 11 a.m. COT. One lucky person will be able to book the singer-songwriter’s home for free for two guests. It’s important to note that the exclusive one-night stay is not a contest. The selected person will have to pay for their travel to and from the rocker’s home, located in Envigado, Antioquia, in Colombia.
Per the press statement, Juanes’ living space features a terrace with green landscape views, his piano, and his personal library. The selected fan will have the opportunity to enjoy his household with a view of the Colombian mountains, which the press statement says has inspired the artist throughout his career. The listing notes that the space has one bedroom with rooftop access and one bathroom. It also states that meals and snacks will be provided.
“I want to open the doors of my house in Medellín for you for one night at @airbnb co,” he wrote on an Instagram post. “Vida Cotidiana is an album that tells stories that were born there, in that special place where the essence and soul of this latest album lives. I want to invite you to live a little bit of my vida cotidiana [daily life] for one night.”