Even Drake Needs a Staycation Sometimes

In the form of a ridiculously luxe, $10,000 a night Airbnb

Drake stayed in a $10,000 per night Beverly Hills Airbnb...click through to take a tour inside.
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The newly built home goes for $10,000 a night.
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Drake kindly posted an Instagram, thanking Airbnb.
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The wine cellar.
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The home spans over 11,000 square feet.
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We wonder if he threw any dinner parties in this formal dining room.
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Perhaps Drake decided to take up piano playing.
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Visitors are greeted with a fountain, upon driving up.
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There's an entire al-fresco dining and living area.
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And more outdoor space.
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A crucial movie theater.
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There are custom finishes throughout.
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There's an outdoor barbecue and bar, too.
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No thirsty burglars here.
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Is there a grotto, though?
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Every guest gets a personal concierge.
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There's an elevator, too.
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Benedict Canyon views.
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Just one of the six bedrooms.
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And another.
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There's a game room and sauna inside.
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How does it hold up to the Yolo Estate?
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Infinity swimming pool and hot tub, obviously.
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There are multiple fireplaces throughout.
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One of eleven bathrooms.
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Even Drake needs a #staycation sometimes. All that touring and Coachella-ing can get exhausting. So why not take a minute to relax, especially when you can do so at a massive Beverly Hills estate that comes with your own personal concierge?

Drake recently stayed at the Villa Grand Bellezza, via Airbnb, and the rapper posted an Instagram thanking the company for his accommodations. The six-bedroom, 7.5-bath abode has views of Benedict Canyon. The home can be rented for $10,000 per night on Airbnb, with a maximum of twelve guests permitted.

Drake does already have his own ridiculously lavish home in the Los Angeles area, also known as the Yolo Estate. As you may have guessed, he selected the name of the home, which has a custom grotto. But why not spend some time in a luxe Airbnb?

Thank you for the gift of this home @airbnb. Great stay!

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The newly built home is a “European inspired vacation rental,” according to the Airbnb listing, with custom finishes and paneled walls, multiple fireplaces and French doors throughout.

The luxe property features a game room equipped with a pool table, poker table and wet bar, as well as a grand piano. Other interior features include a home theater, wine bar, cellar and sauna; the outside has an infinity pool, hot tub, fireplace, barbecue and a bar, as well as a fountain. There’s also a personal concierge for each guest.

We don’t know how long Drake stayed in the rental, but we wonder if it’s because his home was recently burgled—you know, the 24-year-old woman who allegedly broke in and was caught “stealing soft drinks and water.” Drake, however, is reportedly not pressing charges against the soda thief.

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