You Can Now Book the ‘Bachelor’ Mansion on Airbnb for $6,000 a night

published Nov 13, 2020
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This season of “The Bachelorette” is actually unlike anything you’ve ever seen before. Due to COVID-19, the show’s location was moved from the familiar Villa de la Vina mansion in Agoura Hills, CA, to La Quinta Resort & Club in Palm Springs, LA. And while Bachelor nation has adjusted to the change, fans will be thrilled to know that the mansion is now welcoming guests to roam its dramatic halls on Airbnb.

Starting Nov. 18, the “Bachelor” mansion will be bookable at a rate of $5,999 a night on Airbnb. The property is massive, spanning 10,000 square feet indoors and an additional 20,000 square feet outdoors, so it’s understandable that a group would most likely rent it out. However, you must comply with the CDC and Airbnb guidelines before doing so, as the hosts are expected to do the same.

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Villa de la Vina is a 200-year-old revival house that showcases strong Mediterranean style and architectural details, from its dramatic archways to massive pillars. There are 7 bedrooms with neutral color palettes and large windows showcasing the surrounding mountains and vineyards, plus 8 bathroom so there’s no drama over who gets the shower first.

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Fans of the franchise will recognize some of the public areas, like the living room where champagne toasts happen on the first night, or the backyard pool where plenty of parties have been had. Additional features include the pool table room, the yellow kitchen with wooden cabinetry, and the cellar room, among others.

In addition to the extravagant pool bordered with archways, there’s a personal cabana and additional lounging areas on the patio that lend itself to be the ultimate poolside hangout.

Perhaps the best part of renting the mansion is that there’s no pressure to impress anyone—just enjoy and don’t worry about getting a rose.