Airbnb is giving people the chance to sleep under the iconic glass pyramid at the Louvre in Paris

The setting is pretty iconic.

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The setting is pretty iconic.
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Airbnb is taking “Night at the Museum” to the next level with its latest overnight stay contest.

The holiday rental site is giving two fans the chance to sleep inside the iconic glass pyramid at the Louvre Museum in Paris – and it’ll be transformed into a pretty spectacular-looking bedroom.

This is the first time in history that art lovers will have the chance to sleep in the Louvre, spending the night alongside masterpieces like the Mona Lisa and the Venus de Milo.

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The stay, which will take place on April 30, will give the winner and their guest the chance to see what the museum looks like with the lights out.

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Upon arrival, the guests will be greeted by an art historian who will take them on a bespoke tour.

They will then enjoy a Renaissance-inspired aperitif while lounging on a “sumptuous Parisian lounge sofa” and listening to French music on vinyl.

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A pop-up feast will then be “hosted” by Venus de Milo, the Greek goddess of love and beauty…

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… followed by an “intimate acoustic concert in Napoleon III’s lavish chambers.”

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At the end of the night, the guests will sleep in their pyramid-shaped bedroom, which will sit inside the larger iconic glass feature, and will be specially designed to celebrate the building’s 30th anniversary, according to Airbnb.

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To enter, all you need to do is visit airbnb.com/louvre before April 12 at 23.59 p.m. French time, and answer one question: Why would you be the Mona Lisa’s perfect guest?

If you’re not successful, luckily Airbnb will also be hosting a number of bookable Experiences at the Louvre from May until the end of 2019.

While details are minimal so far, the company says the programming will “give everyone the opportunity to rediscover the most famous museum in the world from a totally new angle, with exclusive visits and intimate concerts.”