Spice Girl fans the world over will be thrilled to know they now have a chance to spend a night in the original Spice Bus.

Mega-fan Suzanne has listed the iconic bus from the 1997 movie Spice World on Airbnb, allowing enthusiasts of the girl group the chance to relive the movie this June.


The Spice Bus will be situated in the heart of Wembley Park, where guests will be able to stay overnight on June 14 and 15.

The recently renovated living area features pink Union Jack cinema chairs below a ‘Girl Power’ neon light installation, and is fully stocked with vintage 90s memorabilia.

Bold interiors and potted plants create a fresh homely feel downstairs, while bright colourful scatter cushions surround the central seating area, providing a comfy place for guests to relax and spend time with each other.


View the full Airbnb listing here. Watch below to see the converted bus for yourself.

This article was first published by Getaway on the 20th May 2019. 

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