It costs more than $50,000 to stay for a single night, but there’s a reason this is the world’s most expensive Airbnb.
The most expensive Airbnb in the world has been revealed, costing a whopping $52,000 a night.
And a week at Casa Tau, in Punta Mita, Mexico, will set you back a staggering $366,000, according to comparison website Casino Bee.
The Mexican resort has 12 bedrooms, 12 bathrooms and a private gym, spa and hot tub.
Four of the bedrooms are housed in the two guesthouses which are on the site.
But on top of the luxurious accommodations, you will be waited on hand and foot, with eight housekeepers, two chefs, five cooks and eight butlers ready to attend to your every need, The Sun reports.
Drinks are brought to you as you lounge by the infinity pool, while enjoying a daily canape service or freshly cooked woodfire pizza.
Also outside is a private sun lounger deck, outdoor dining for 20 and lots of sports including a beach volleyball net, bocce ball court and even bikes, paddleboards and kayaks.
Guests can also access some of the resort amenities including many of the beach clubs, golf courses and fitness centres.
Also on-site is billiards, ping pong, a media room and huge TVs and sound systems.
Built in December 2018, the villa is on the exclusive Punta Mita 600-hectare peninsula on the southwest coast of Mexico.
Casa Tau is part of the exclusive Los Ranchos community and includes ocean views and a private path to a sandy beach. The house also featured in US-British reality TV show Too Hot To Handle.
Former famous guests include rapper Ludacris and his family, while other celebs such as Beyonce, Lady Gaga and the Kardashians have holidayed on Punta Mita.
Other five-star resorts in the surrounding area include Four Seasons Punta Mita and St Regis Punta Mita, while executives of Apple, Amazon and Microsoft also have houses there.
This article originally appeared on The Sun and has been republished with permission