Travelers have the opportunity to stay in one of Sydney’s most opulent residences, designed by Nina Maya, thanks to Mach, a vacuum brand. The home features five bedrooms, five bathrooms, a 25-meter swimming pool overlooking the ocean, a gym, a cinema and an infrared sauna. And the best part? You can stay for free, but you must clean the house before you leave.
Known as the “dirty weekend away,” the company offers guests a free stay in exchange for cleaning up the house with the brand-new Mach V1 Ultra vacuum.
However, the company said in a press release that this is a simple task, as the new cordless vacuum also has a built-in steam mop. And you only have to clean three areas, which, according to the terms and conditions, “will take you five to ten minutes to complete.”
“It’s a true innovation being able to vacuum and steam mop at the same time. It sets new standards and achieves the impossible,” Gaspar Xie, general manager at Anker Innovations ANZ, the parent company of Mach, said in a statement. “We wanted to let Aussies try this premium new technology in one of Australia’s most luxury houses by creating the ultimate Dirty Weekend Away. It’s a bit of fun, but the technology is no joke.”
The house is only available for a limited number of dates in May, and there is a limit of one extra guest despite the many rooms available. Additionally, all guests must be at least 18 years old, and a refundable deposit of $2,000 is required to confirm the reservation. If you are willing to clean up after your stay, and want to experience a unique vacation, visit dirtyweekendaway.com to register.