BOISE, IDAHO (WTHR) — Are you looking for a unique place to stay?
A 12,000-pound spud made out of steel and concrete in Idaho may be that place.
A replica russet that was built to mark the Idaho Potato Commission's 75th anniversary has been converted into a hotel in Boise.
The tater won't hold many tots, according to NBC News. The hotel fits just one queen-sized bed.
The potato hotel has one bedroom, a living area and some shelving.
The bathroom is separate from the room. It is outside in a converted silo.
The Potato Commission toured the giant spud around the country for several years before replacing it in 2018 with a newer model.
The hotel will be open in late May and is available to book on AirBNB for $200 a night.