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See Inside the Insanely Gorgeous Miami Villa Where the RHONY Ladies Vacationed
The Real Housewives of New York City cast vacationed at the crème de la crème of Miami villas.
True to form, The Real Housewives of New York City cast goes big when it comes to their vacation stays. We’ve seen many a stunning villa and luxury hotel penthouse in the background of their far-flung travels (Morocco! St. Barths! Turks and Caicos!). So, it’s no surprise that when the ladies headed down south to the warmer climes of Miami, they opted for the incredibly lavish Villa Vendome.
Upon seeing the property, Dorinda Medley proclaimed, "How beautiful!" Barbara Kavovit opted for the more direct, "What the f--k?!" adding, "I'm never going home." And Ramona Singer was quickly on board with the excitement, shouting, "This is the best house we've ever been to! I'm never leaving!" (And because she, of course, had to throw a bit of shade in there, Ramona added, "You can't even make a comparison to last year's house in Cartagena, in fact, I don't even want to.")
Complete with seven bedrooms — all of which have en-suite bathrooms — the stunning home also includes six balconies and terraces, a 3,000-square-foot rooftop deck, a pool, and oh so much more. But all that extravagance comes at a price.
Villa Vendome can be rented at rates starting at $12,500 a night from LUXnow or the LUXnow App. Yup, you too can vacation like a Real Housewife… it’s just going to cost you a pretty penny. Let’s take a look at the property below, shall we?
A grass-lined driveway leads guests into the 17,000-square-foot waterfront home.
The South Beach home features 140 feet of waterfront property, a spa and pool on the garden level, and another pool on the rooftop.
We've seen marble bathrooms before... but never one with an enormous marble tub! Soaking in there with a glass of wine and those views is just what the Real Housewives ought to do.
The open floor plan is chock full of seamless indoor/outdoor spaces.
Incredibly modern, the home's windowed-in dining room mixes shiny white stone floors and black stone countertops.
The entry to the property is flanked by waterfalls and a moat that even Lisa Vanderpump would likely admire.