Daddy Yankee lists home in Puerto Rico on Airbnb for $85 per night

Reggaeton star Daddy Yankee is offering his house in Puerto Rico through Airbnb, and the price is right. But you’d better act fast.

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In a limited-time partnership with the home rental company, the “Gasolina,” “Con Calma,” and “Dura” star listed his private mountain retreat in Luquillo, Puerto Rico for $85 per night, the Sun-Sentinel reported.

The price is a nod to the singer’s 85 chart-topping singles, the newspaper reported. Two guests can stay at the home for one night, and the dates available are Dec. 13, 15 and 17, USA Today reported.

Guests will have access to one bedroom and bathroom along with various dining, gaming and outdoor areas, the newspaper reported. Guests will be virtually greeted by Daddy Yankee, whose real name is Ramon Ayala, offered a playlist of his favorite songs and escorted inside by a concierge.

The singer will be on tour during the selected dates posted by Airbnb, the Sun-Sentinel reported.

“During your stay, I encourage you to explore the rich heritage and history of the area, where the culture and weather are equally hot,” Daddy Yankee’s Airbnb listing read.

Luquillo is nicknamed “the Capital of the Sun” and has some of the most attractive beaches in Puerto Rico, according to the Sun-Sentinel. It is 30 minutes from the San Juan airport, according to Discover Puerto Rico. This mountain refuge is where the famous singer usually goes to get away and relax, Airbnb said.

“By organizing these stays, I want to share the culture of my people, our pride and our flavor, and show how easy it can be to invite others into your world, with the warmth that completes it,” Daddy Yankee said in a statement. “The love for music and for Puerto Rico runs in my blood.”

Jessica Pecoraro, Airbnb’s consumer communications lead for Latin America and the U.S., told USA Today that she was part of the team that traveled to Puerto Rico to prepare the home for guests.

“He wanted to share his retreat with others, and although it’s open for only a few nights, he hopes to make it open long term for guests through Airbnb,” Pecoraro told the newspaper.

Reservations can be made from Dec. 6 at 1 p.m. EST on