Leonardo DiCaprio’s Palm Springs Rental Home

Mar 9, 2015

Category: Living

You’ll never hook up with Rhianna, take home 20 girls from a nightclub, or have Martin Scorcese on speed dial, but there is one way you can live like Leonardo DiCaprio: rent his Palm Springs getaway.

432 Hermosa sits on 1.3 acres in Old Las Palmas, and it’s a sight to see. For $4,500 a night you get 6 bedrooms, 7 ½ batheooms, a deluxe chef’s kitchen, multiple fireplaces, a heated pool and spa, tennis court, and daily maid service. With floor-to-ceiling windows, a grand piano, and a neighborhood that once was home to Elvis, Frank Sinatra, and Marilyn Monroe, you’re truly living like a star. Leo bought the house last year for about $5 million, but with a two-night minimum, you can have it for as little as $9,000. [Purchase]

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