Retraction: Upon request of the Rent A Village events company, Ideasspotter would like to advise that they no longer offer Liechtenstein on their books. However they continue to host their ‘Rent A Village’ event marketing format for corporate clients. Please continue to read the article below and imagine how great a service it would have been should it have come to fruition. Or get out there and do it, we’ll spot it right here if you can.
Who would have thought.
Rent A Village
, a company offering well, the rental of villages. Available for your conference or holiday needs. Rent A Village offers a village wide stay for your trip. You get the key to the village upon arrival, the opportunity to rename street names (branding galore), hold a gala in a cowshed, house your guests individually at the village’s country homes, or take a torchlight country romp. All with a nice little DVD souvenir of the experience upon departure.
And Rent A Village has recently acquired Liechtenstein, yes, you can now rent Liechtenstein and do your bidding with it as above, for USD70,000 per night.
For that price, you can house and cater the country for 150 guests. The current 35,000 inhabitants though, would remain.
Options on the Liechtenstein rental include, your logo created out of candle wax, a customised medieval procession, a wine tasting at Prince Hans-Adam II’s estate, tobogganing, fireworks, horse-drawn carriage rides, cross-country skiing and more.
That’s certainly a few up from that luxury yacht you’ve been dreaming about.
Run by Xnet, Rent A Village and it’s managing company are lauded over by Airbnb
. And with an additional 10 locations (villages, not countries…yet) on their book they seem to be providing a very intriguing source of income for the less urbane areas that seem to be going out of fashion in an urban-focused world.
Not to mention the thrill they’re giving large expense accounts at the prospect of owning a country if only for a weekend romp. Hyundai and Siemens are fans.