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Jaw Meet Floor: See Drake's $10,000 a Night Beverly Hills Pied-a-Terre
That pool though!
Just off his European tour and in the middle of a crazy-packed travel schedule, Drake has taken up short-term residence in a seriously sweet Beverly Hills crash pad we sure wouldn't mind calling home (even for a few days).
This month, he's been posting up at the Villa Grande Bellezza estate, before heading back to Toronto. The villa is perched up in the hills of the Benedict Canyon community, where tons of music legends are known to roam.
The rental, available on Airbnb for about $10,000 per night, is a newly built, European-inspired vacation rental with more than 11,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor space for chilling and entertaining.
The home has views of the canyon environment, from outdoor living areas with an infinity pool, hot tub, fireplace, barbecue, and bar, with trickling fountains nearby.
In addition to indoor dining and kitchen areas, the home has outdoor ones, too. And inside, the villa has a wine bar and cellar, games room, and sauna.
The living and dining areas and fully-equipped kitchen include details like paneled walls and dentil molding to fireplaces, columns, and French doors. Roll-arm sofas, turned-leg tables, and ornate chandeliers round out the bright, airy environment.
There are bedrooms with room to sleep 12, all with en suite bathrooms. The master has a sitting area with fireplace, and balcony overlooking the canyon.
And can we talk about the bathrooms for a second? Fesast your eyes:
Naturally, a grand piano...
...and home theater complete the entertaining offerings.
Drake got the posh crash pad for free from Airbnb, as he disclosed in his Instagram.
As part of the booking site's high-profile celebrity marketing strategy, the company regularly dishes out over-the-top listings for free, like Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's $30 million NYC listing, Mariah Carey’s $60 million rental in Italy, or Britney Spears’ $30 million place in Malibu, and Lady Gaga's $20 million Super Bowl rental.