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Take a Peek at these Top 3 Luxurious Airbnb Homes where Celebrities like Lady Gaga have Stayed

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More music fans are choosing to stay at Airbnb homes for the multi-day extravaganza in the California desert. During the festival this year, we tallied 15,000 guest arrivals in Indio, CA and nearby Palm Springs, up from 9,900 in 2016 and 4,700 in 2015.

This year, superstars kicked back at local Airbnbs before dazzling thousands of fans onstage. From super-luxe estates to palatial desert villas, top artists like Lady Gaga and Kendrick Lamar gave their fans a peek at the Airbnb homes they stayed in during the festival.

Gaga stayed at a 9,500-square-foot Mediterranean-style compound boasting six bedrooms, 360-degree mountain views, an expansive outdoor entertainment area and a fully enclosed atrium in the center of the home. On Instagram, Gaga posed for a snapshot near the home’s fireplace at the center of the atrium.


Thank you @airbnb 🏠 for my desert home. A wonderful gift!

A post shared by xoxo, Gaga (@ladygaga) on

In between headlining, Kendrick Lamar camped out at the Big Sioux Estate featuring floor-to-ceiling glass windows, a saltwater pool and raised spa, gas fire pit, and a private sunken tennis court. The cost of apartments range.

DAMN. thanks to @airbnb for puttin me up this weekend.

A post shared by Kendrick Lamar (@kendricklamar) on


After taking the stage, Wiz Khalifa enjoyed the weekend at the 7,000-square-foot Firestone Estate while EDM superstar Martin Garrix stayed at a 3,888 square foot La Quinta palace.


Thanks @Airbnb for the gift of this amazing home in the desert for me and my family during the festival.

A post shared by Wiz Khalifa (@wizkhalifa) on

WOOO! Thanks to @Airbnb for putting us up!

A post shared by Martin Garrix (@martingarrix) on

Check out the full list in the Spring 2017 issue.

Source: Airbnb. Photos courtesy of Airbnb.


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