You can now stay the night in an avocado hotel room in Australia

If you consider yourself an avocado lover and a travel enthusiast — consider this the ultimate mash-up. Soon, you’ll be able to book a stay in the “Avo-Condo,” which is exactly what it sounds like: part avocado, part condo. is offering a once in a lifetime experience to stay in this avocado-shaped hotel room on wheels in honor of National Avocado Day, July 31.

The avocado-shaped mobile home is currently parked in Sydney, Australia, offering views of the Sydney Harbor Bridge and the Sydney Opera House. It will be available for two nights on July 31 and Aug. 1 and it accommodates two guests.

If you act quickly enough, you could be one of the lucky few to secure this reservation via The reservation period officially opens on July 29 at 09:00 AEST on the website.

This is the hotel that could make all of your avocado dreams come true:

Not only is the Avo-Condo shaped like an avocado on the outside, but it’s filled with avocado-themed designs on the interior, as well.

The avocado-decorated bed area will have you saying “Holy guacamole!” How cute are those sheets!

And according to the listing, those who stay will also have access to a “personal hamper full of avocado-themed goodies,” which likely includes amenities similar to what most hotel rooms offer, such as those slippers pictured above.

We have a feeling this extremely unique offering will go quickly, so you’ll have to act fast to book a stay in places as rare as the Avo-Condo . So make sure you head to and Airbnb, respectively, the moment reservation slots open up if you don’t want to miss out.

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