We all have the desire to live like a celeb for at least one day, and now you actually can – thanks to Airbnb.
The company have revealed some of the lavish rentals listed on their site, that are favourites amongst some of the world’s most high-profile celebrities.
From luxury ski chalets, to lakeside villas in Italy – Airbnb opens the door to interesting homes and experiences, even if it’s just for a night.
Check out just some of their a-list approved residences available to rent below:
Beyoncé and Justin Bieber
Follow in the footsteps of the two main Bs, Beyoncé and Bieber, in this stunning Californian villa with sweeping views of the San Francisco Bay.
This contemporary masterpiece has five bedroom suites, game room, fitness, center, vanishing edge pool, spa, outdoor fire pit, and game room with a full bar.
Offering a truly relaxing experience, this home can set you back up to $30,000 per night.
The ultimate ski in/ski out chalet, a favourite of Aaron Paul, features a wine cellar, outdoor pool and jacuzzi and a terrace with sweeping mountain views.
Alpine Sanctuary is a brand new Colony Mountain Estate that offers its guests exquisite accommodations for a special event or a secluded mountain retreat with extraordinary amenities. The estate offers six bedroom suites, six full bathrooms plus two half bathrooms, and is pet and family friendly.
With a price tag of at least $10,000 per night, this home is guaranteed luxury.
Sleep with the stars in a luxurious Italian villa, favoured by Mariah Carey, with gorgeous views of Lake Como, 12th century bell tower, private cocktail bar and state-of-the-art gym.
The historically designated eight-bedroom home was built in the 18th century and was later home to the opera composer Vincenzo Bellini.
With a breathtaking view of Lake Como, and a price tag of at least $11,709 per night – if it’s good enough for Mariah, it’s good enough for us!
Make like Jimi Hendrix in this romantic Hawaiian beach hideaway. Set in 5 acres of unspoilt forest, featuring an organic fruit orchard growing papaya, mangoes and coconuts, and a secluded outdoor patio.
Rock guitarist Jimi Hendrix stayed here when he was in Maui in 1970 to film Rainbow Bridge, and at just $175 per night – there’s no reason you SHOULDN’T stay here.