Who lives in a pineapple under the sea? You do!
Any true, diehard Nickelodeon fan knows what true happiness is. It’s the sensation you got when you popped an orange VHS tape into your VCR or got your monthly copy of Nickelodeon Magazine. (True happiness would’ve been visiting Universal Studios to get slimed, but we all know how that ended.) If Adult You can’t make it to the new Nick theme park, console yourself by spending the night in SpongeBob’s pineapple under the sea.
For $3,800 a night, you can live in SpongeBob’s underwater world. The villa is 1,500 square feet and its design combines modern style with nautical nonsense. Inside, you’ll find the pineapple looks exactly like SpongeBob’s Bikini Bottom digs, complete with a shell phone and a life-sized replica of Gary.
The villa is located in Nickelodeon’s newest resort in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, and includes your own private butler, a private infinity pool and a moonlight beach dinner prepared for your family and friends by a private chef. The house may have been designed for a sponge, but you’re definitely treated like King Neptune on this vacation.
Best thing about the villa? You don’t have to listen to Squidward’s awful clarinet playing next door.