To rent or not to rent -- spend a night in Hamlet's castle in Denmark

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Hamlet may have once said that "Something is rotten in the state of Denmark," but he certainly was not referring to his castle.

In fact, you can see for yourself if you win Airbnb's latest contest to rent out the King's Tower in Kronborg Castle, the home of Shakespeare's beloved Prince of Denmark.

The castle, located between the coasts of Denmark and Sweden, is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Oh, and no one has inhabited it in over a century. Which probably explains the looming ghost of Hamlet's uncle King Claudius.

Here's a look at where you'll be staying:

But what what would a night in a Danish castle be without a true renaissance banquet?

Your nightly stay will also include a 7-course banquet in the main ballroom with over 300 guests, followed by performances by The Royal Danish Ballet among other famed Danish entertainers.

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Winners will be flown in from anywhere in the world, so no need to worry whether or not you live close by.

To enter the contest or not to enter--now that is the question.

But if you ask us, it's not really a question at all.

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