Designed to mark the museum’s 30th anniversary, the innovative offering includes a one-night stay for one lucky winner and a guest.
A makeshift bedroom for two will be located in a small, specially-made glass pyramid inside the much-larger pyramid outside the museum. The winner will take a private tour of the Louvre in the company of an expert art historian.
Later, they’ll be taken into a private pop-up dining room where the Mona Lisa and the statue of Venus of Milo will be waiting to dine with them.
Finally, the guests will be treated to an intimate acoustic concert in Napoleon III’s lavish chambers.
You can enter the competition by going to www.airbnb.com/louvre and answering the question, why would you be the Mona Lisa’s perfect guest? Applications end at midnight on 12 April.
Opened in 1793, the Louvre Museum is today home to the world’s largest art collection, including thousands of classic and modern masterpieces.