By Melissa Locker
February 03, 2016
Netflix and Chill Airbnb
Credit: Airbnb

New York City is the country’s most popular tourist destination, and as such the amount of activities presented—Central Park! The Statue of Liberty! The Empire State Building! That street from that one episode of the Master of None!—can make the place a little overwhelming. Some days you just want to crawl to your hotel room and, well, watch Netflix and chill.

And, hey, you’re in luck: a new listing on Airbnb was created for anyone who wants to spend the night wrapped up in that very meme. The single room comes with a bed draped in a Netflix branded blanket with matching Netflix pillows and a fully stocked mini-bar. It also features an HD projector, surround sound, and, naturally, a Netflix account ready for all your binge-watching needs.

If you decide to take a break from lounging, guests have access to the rooftop to revel in the wonder of the New York City skyline or, if they have the energy, they can take a stroll to nearby Washington Square Park.

The space was designed by Tom Galle, a “digital creative and Internet artist,” in partnership with Art 404, a conceptual art company. “We’ve been playing around with the idea of bringing a meme to life and offer it as a real experience,” Galle told BuzzFeed in an interview.

While the space may be an art project, it’s one that can give tourists a great space to recharge—and snap some memorable vacation photos—before heading back out onto the sightseeing circuit.

And it can be all yours for just $400 a night.