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The Fresh Prince mansion has been listed (and booked) on Airbnb. For five nights in October, fans will have the run of "Will's wing" of the decked-out mansion for just $30 a night.

Last night, Smith took to Instagram to announce, "YOOOO!! Y'all think we should rent out the @freshprincehouse?? We're making it happen with the squad at @airbnb!! #FreshPrince30th."

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The announcement coincides with the show's 30-year-anniversary and comes ahead of a one-off reunion special that will air on the HBO Max streaming service this Thanksgiving.

So what does a night in "The Freshest Los Angeles Mansion Around" look like exactly? According to the Airbnb description, penned by the Fresh Prince himself, there's plenty of royal perks including "Lacing up a fresh pair of Jordans before shooting some b-ball in the bedroom (you read that right—IN the bedroom).

Guests will also be able to spin "throwback classics all night on turntables just like DJ Jazzy Jeff’s." They'll have access to Will's closet and while they won't have access to the kitchen, "all meals will be provided and served on silver platters," just as Geoffrey intended. Airbnb has not stipulated whether guests will have access to the front door, though. Can we get a 30th anniversary recreation?? pic.twitter.com/QfXVFPE0R8 — Ralphie👑 (@G4TVLEADER) September 14, 2020

Don't even think about throwing a house party though as last month, Airbnb was forced to impose a Global Party Ban for the 7 million properties listed on its site.

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