- Indian celebrities are listing their homes for rent on sites like Airbnb, responding to the growing need for a deeper celebrity experience.
Yuvraj Singhis the first Indian cricket superstar of international stature to become an Airbnb host.
- The cost of renting these houses generally ranges from ₹7,746 to over 5.5 lakh per night.
We’ve seen footage of fans flocking outside the homes of
Here are some of the celebrity homes that are up for grabs:
Yuvraj Singh is the first Indian cricket superstar of international stature to become an Airbnb host. He offers an exclusive one-time stay for a group of six at his home in Goa, India. Singh’s home is available for just ₹1,212 per night – for a two night stay from October 14 – 16, 2022. Guests have exclusive access to
Casa Singhimmerse yourself in the soothing rhythms of life near the sea.
Tucked in a small cove next to a quaint old church on Madh Island, Mumbai, is
Bougainvillea, the luxurious holiday home of actor Mandira Bedi. Bedi’s house can be rented on Airbnb for ₹50,000 rupees per night. The house has sea views and five spacious bedrooms. It gets its name from the abundant presence of bougainvillea flowers around the house.
Made in heaven‘s Arjun Mathur tries to create an experience through his villa called
Quiet harbour on Airbnb in Goa. Arjun and his wife Tia have already been tagged as “superhosts” by Airbnb. It has a fully equipped kitchen and a private garden. Located in a gated community, it also has a swimming pool, housekeeping with 24 hour security, free parking and a cook on call. It costs ₹7,746 per night.
The home of former Indian football captain Bhaichung Bhutia is open to stay for anyone visiting Sikkim. For slightly larger groups, Bhutia is even considering expanding rooms from his private home.
The Eagle’s Nest, as it is called, offers a wholesome farm-to-table experience and is located 8 km away from Gangtok. The rate depends on the availability of rooms and the season. Reservations can be made via the Northeast Odyssey website.
He is known as the modern-day king and although the princely privilege was abolished after independence, the curiosity about royalty remains. Sawai Padmanabh Singh is the Maharaja of Jaipur and his palace is ready for a stay in Jaipur. He is the 303rd descendant in the royal line of Jaipur. The 23-year-old Indian Maharaja rents out a suite at his City Palace in Jaipur for ₹ 5.69 lakh per night. Guests of the lavishly decorated
Gudliya suite is also treated to a private butler and guided tours of the palace.
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