Sure, she's technically got a bit of a sordid reputation, but Holly Golightly (especially as depicted by Audrey Hepburn) has remained a chic icon for decades - as has her minimalist, single-gal pad. Money for the powder room aside, you can now emulate the iconic character by booking your own stay in her Upper East Side townhouse.
Although the interiors of her apartment were filmed on a Hollywood set, the real-life brownstone located at 169 E 71st Street was used as the exterior of her building (as well as her neighbor Paul Varjak's) in the 1961 film Breakfast at Tiffany's.
The multimillion dollar property is currently available for a seriously stylish staycation courtesy of upscale vacation rental site Inspirato (kind of like a members-only version of Airbnb).
While you won't find that memorable bathtub couch on site, the five-floor, four-bedroom townhome is certainly as glamorous as one would expect, with luxurious décor, multiple fireplaces, a wine cellar, wet bar, and enclosed greenhouse. Rather than crouching out onto the fireplace to hum "Moon River," you can relax al fresco in the garden patio or on one of the various outdoor terraces. Since the property is exclusively staffed and managed by Inspirato, stays also come with personal concierge services.
The only catch, of course, is that you'll need to be an Inspirato Pass holder or a member of the Inspirato Club, to book it. An Inspirato Pass? $2,500 a month. A chance to live out your Breakfast at Tiffany's dreams? Priceless!
If you need more convincing, click through for an inside look at the home!
[Photos via Breakfast at Tiffany's, Zillow, Inspirato]