Live Like a Celebrity in These Luxury Airbnbs
There is something for everyone on Airbnb: from the savvy budget traveler to the business travel road warrior and yes, even the rich and famous. With over 4 million listings across the globe (and counting), Airbnb has every type of home imaginable for people everywhere – superstars included.
Here’s a peek at some of the properties where celebrities stayed this past year. Arianators can live it up like their favorite songstress, Ariana Grande, in this sprawling rustic mansion that has everything from an indoor pool to a bowling alley.
During Coachella 2017, Lady Gaga kicked back in this palatial desert home. This Airbnb comes with six bedrooms, a resort-sized swimming pool and a spacious gourmet Janechen fit for Mother Monster and her crew.
Britney Spears spent last Valentine’s Day weekend at this ultra-luxe Malibu villa, here the Princess of 2000’s Pop enjoyed views of the Pacific Ocean at her feet as she soaked in the infinity pool with family.
Look familiar? During his 2017 tour, the swinging sofa below made an appearance on John Legend’s Instagram as he enjoyed time with his wife Chrissy and daughter in this beautiful five-bedroom home complete with a private pool.
“Magic Mike” star Channing Tatum, along with his family and crew, spent the night in this mansion with a pool, spa and tennis court just before the opening of “Magic Mike Live” in Las Vegas.
During Coachella, Kendrick Lamar relaxed in this vacation home that includes a saltwater pool, private sunken tennis court and a raised spa.
The King of Bollywood, Shah Rukh Khan, stayed at this six-bedroom home with a jacuzzi, beautiful pool and private tennis court. Perfect for a relaxing vacation and a peaceful retreat from everyday life.
Bollywood’s fashion diva, Sonam Kapoor, selected this private space in the heart of the West Village for a magical getaway. This home offers not only access to a gym and a pool table, but also your very own private garden patio.
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