You’ve likely heard of (and maybe even stayed at) climate-controlled properties for cats, 50 Shades of Grey-inspired rooms, Star Wars-themed hotels and random pop-up Monopoly bedrooms.

There’s an abundance of quirky and unique accommodation options available, catering to all types of travellers and the latest is a LEGO House.

The BRICKtastic property in Denmark is being rented out for one night only to one lucky family as part of a fun, new initiative by Airbnb and LEGO House.

LEGO House 4

Literally every LEGO fan’s dream come true, almost everything inside the property is a LEGO construction from the LEGO bedroom to the LEGO waterfall, LEGO lounges and LEGO artwork.

Even the shape of the property is designed to look like a LEGO structure from an eagle eye’s view.

LEGO House

Of course, a few ‘house rules’ apply (as is the case with any unique and fragile structure), with visitors required to wear LEGO-proof slippers at all times and they’re advised to build anything they might miss in their bedroom. They’re also forbidden from diving into the LEGO pool and ‘play’ is mandatory’.

To be in the running to win the rare overnight experience, master builders need to visit the listing page of LEGO House on Airbnb and tell the pair in 50-55 characters in English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, or Portuguese, Russian, Swedish, Danish or  100-300 characters in Chinese, Japanese or Korean what their family would build with an infinite supply of LEGO bricks.

LEGO House 2

Airbnb users have until 17 November to submit their creative entry. Winners will be flown from anywhere in the world and have an evening to create a version of their entry.

“I am so intrigued to see what people will imagine,” Jamie Berard, Design Manager Specialist at the LEGO Group said.

“We have unlimited bricks here, and in some ways it can be a bit challenging but it also liberates you to imagine something that is truly meaningful and expressive.”

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What would you build with an infinite number of LEGO?