For Valentine’s Day, some people like chocolates, others like going to a nice dinner (whatever your plan is, there’s a V-Day app for that). Others still just want to bum around at home and spend quality time with their television sets. In case you have an extra $400 lying around and you’re looking for a way to up the ante on your V-Day staycation, there’s now a room you can rent on Airbnb located in the West Village neighborhood of Manhattan that is wholly and entirely dedicated to Netflix and chillin’.

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Created by digital creative and Internet artist Tom Galle of Art404, a New York conceptual art company, the room is currently on Airbnb for $400 a night (FYI, if you rent from Airbnb’s British site, it’s £288 a night, or roughly $312. Not sure why it’s cheaper but shhh… you heard it here). The room comes with a bed decked out with Netflix sheets, a fully stocked mini fridge with drinks, surround sound speakers, a HD video projector for easy viewing and, of course, a killer view of the New York skyline. Perfect romance.

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And no, it hasn’t escaped the creators that Netflix and chill is still just slang for sex, but Tom tells NME,”It’s bringing a part of the internet to a real life experience. You don’t have to sleep with a girl there or a guy there, we’re just bringing the joke to real life.”

We gotta admit, a Netflix and chill room is pretty darn funny.

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(h/t NME, photos via @tomgalle + Airbnb)