Book a stay at Carrie Bradshaw’s iconic NYC brownstone apartment for $23/night

Posted On Fri, November 5, 2021 By

Posted On Fri, November 5, 2021 By In City Living, Events

All photos by Kate Glicksberg unless otherwise noted

The too-big-to-be-true rent-stabilized apartment of fictional character Carrie Bradshaw will soon be available to book on Airbnb. The company announced this week it will rent, for two nights only, a recreation of the New York City brownstone seen on Sex and the City. The apartment has been decorated with a mix of vintage and designer furniture, with the style guru’s massive walk-in closet the highlight of the stay.


Photo: Tara Rice

Sarah Jessica Parker will host two one-night stays for up to two guests per night at the apartment, staged to look like her character’s Upper East Side digs. The stays are on November 12 and November 13 for $23 per night, in honor of the HBO show’s debut 23 years ago.

The stay comes as the iconic show’s revival series And Just Like That is set to premiere next month.

“The Carrie Bradshaw character is near and dear to my heart, and revisiting her world for the continuation of the Sex and the City story has been such a joy,” Parker said. “I’m excited for our audience to experience Carrie’s New York like never before and walk in her shoes, quite literally, for the first time.”

Promising to be “quintessentially Carrie,” the stay includes a virtual greeting at check-in from Parker, brunch in Chelsea, Cosmopolitan cocktails, and a chance to try on clothes from Carrie’s wardrobe (like the tutu seen in the show’s opening credits), followed by a styling session and photoshoot.

Fans who want to live like Carrie for the night can book the stay starting Monday, November 8 at 12 p.m. here.

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