For a while in the 2010s, you could rent the country of Liechtenstein on Airbnb for $70,000 a night. This included hanging out with the monarch, temporary currency, the ability to rename streets and a key to country.

Liechtenstein for hire at $70,000 a night

Executives with cash to burn traditionally hire luxury yachts, secluded villas or expensive hotel suites to impress clients. Now they can take corporate hospitality to a new level by hiring an entire country, albeit a small one.

The principality of Liechtenstein has decided to make itself available to private clients, from $70,000 (£43,000) a night, complete with customised street signs and temporary currency. It’s a big step for the country best known for its tax-haven status and exporting false teeth: last year Snoop Dogg, pictured, tried to hire it to use in a music video, but received a stern refusal from authorities.

Since then they have woken up to the marketing opportunities of their mountainous landscape. The price tag inclu… Continue Reading (3 minute read)

7 thoughts on “For a while in the 2010s, you could rent the country of Liechtenstein on Airbnb for $70,000 a night. This included hanging out with the monarch, temporary currency, the ability to rename streets and a key to country.”

  1. jimmyjames1992

    Ah the 2010s, that takes me back

  2. inabearsuit

    I’m renting that sucker and immediately invading the neighbors. I’ll expand my 24-hour rented territory.

  3. damlasu

    I remember seeing this on the news and I honestly thought I dreamed it or something till now.

  4. APM1485

    Ulrich Von LiechtenSTEIN!!!!

  5. the_riot_van

    The first time ive seen someone reminisce on the last decade/call it the 2010s (if that makes any sense) feels weird

  6. NewNameA-A-Ron

    Anybody wanna come hang out with me for $70,000 a night?

    Edit: typo

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