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10 Celebrity Vacation Rentals You Can Stay At Now

One of the most important things when it comes to going on vacation is picking the perfect place to stay. Some people choose to stay in a hotel on their vacation while others decide to pick out an Airbnb or other vacation rental instead! Depending on where you're going or what your plans are, either of those can be a really good option. But picking out an Airbnb can make you feel a little more at home. Plus, some of them are really unique.

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For people that are looking for an extra special place to stay on their next trip, booking a really special Airbnb that has been used in the past as a filming location or is a former celebrity home is perfect!

To see 10 celebrity vacation rentals you can stay at now (including their prices!), keep reading!

10 Jimi Hendrix -  Makawao, Hawaii ($175 per night)

The Gingerbread House is a studio cottage located on the Hawaiian island of Maui. This cottage was built back in the 1930s and boasts a modest one bathroom and one bedroom, perfect for a single person visiting Hawaii alone or a couple looking for a romantic retreat.

What makes this cottage particularly special is the fact that Jimi Hendrix lived here in 1970 when he was filming Rainbow Bridge. This celebrity vacation rental is a cute little tropical hideaway, perfect for music lovers.

9 Iron Man -  Fairburn, Georgia ($800 per night)

Who wouldn't want to vacation like an Avenger? An eagle-eyed fan of the MCU was browsing Airbnb listings in the Atlanta area when they came across a familiar lakeside cabin.

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Look familiar? If you're a fan of The Avengers, then it's likely that it does! This cabin is the exact one that Iron Man himself stayed in during The Avengers: Endgame after the snap with Pepper and Morgan. When this cabin was first discovered, it was listed for around $335 per night but it was raised to $800 some time after.

8 Sonny & Cher - Los Angeles, California ($200 per night)

Calling all music fans! This house was built in the 1950s and is definitely a classic example of the mid-century modern style of home that was being built all over the country back then.

This house is particularly popular for music lovers that are looking to stay in Los Angeles, California because of the fact that the two bedroom, two bathroom home was once the home of Sonny & Cher back in the 1970s. This home is part of the LA Conservatory and a landmark in Los Angeles because of its former inhabitants.

7 John Steinbeck - Pacific Grove, California ($210 per night)

This little blue cottage is just too cute to pass up. It's located in Pacific Grove, California and is a highly sought-after vacation rental because it was once the writer's studio of author John Steinbeck.

According to the Airbnb listing, this home was referenced by the author in a letter that he wrote in the 1940s when he was living there. This house was built in the 1920s and is one of a few small cottages that are located on the property. This cozy little cottage has one bedroom and one bathroom and would be a dream vacation rental for any book lovers.

6 Ava Gardner - Burbank, California ($85 per night)

This 1938 home is located in Burbank, California and is a pretty affordable vacation rental at only $85 per night. Even though being such a charming home at a good price is definitely appealing to many people looking to take a California vacation, there's one more thing that really draws people in to this home.

Back in the 1940s, this house was the home of famous actress Ava Gardner and her husband, Artie Shaw. This house has several fruit trees on the lot and is in close distance to a lot of different tourist attractions in the city.

5 Harry Houdini - Los Angeles, California ($1,500 - $2,500 per night)

Fans of historical figures and magic will be happy to hear that The Houdini Estate is available on Airbnb. This was the home of famed illusionist Harry Houdini and was built back in the 1900s. This huge estate is just as mysterious as Houdini's tricks were with tunnels, caves, and a huge pool located on the lot.

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This mansion has four bathrooms and five bedrooms and guests will have to shell out either $1,500 or $2,500 per night - depending on whether they stay on a weekday or over the weekend.

4 Jim Morrison - West Hollywood, California ($83 per hour)

This house isn't actually one that visitors can spend the night in, but it's a tourist destination that visitors can rent out to spend the day living out their rockstar dreams as they tour the location. The last US residence of Jim Morrison, singer of the Doors, is available for visitors to rent for $83 per hour.

This building was built in 1932 and was the home of Jim Morrison in 1970 before he left to live out his last days in Paris. Visitors can rent the location for a minimum of four hours in order to tour the last US residence of Jim Morrison and take a self-guided tour.

3 Bing Crosby - Palm Springs, California ($460 per night)

This roomy Palm Springs home was once the home of singer and actor Bing Crosby. This home was built in 1934 and boasts a large pool, 4 bedrooms, and 4 bathrooms. Along with the pool, this former celebrity abode has fruit trees on the property and plenty of things to do in the beautiful Palm Springs weather outside.

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For $460 per night - plus $100 per day if you choose to heat the pool, up to eight guests can enjoy the glamour of old Hollywood by staying in the former home of Bing Crosby.

2 Julie Andrews - Accord, New York ($500 per night)

The Rubber House is a really unique home located in Accord, New York that was originally built for a famous choreographer who built the home to include a large dance studio and other really unique features. The home costs $500 per night and has two bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms.

This home is most famous among people who love movies because of the fact that award-winning actress Julie Andrews once called this New York house her home.

1 Big Little Lies - Malibu, California ($3,000 - $5,000 per night)

Who else is totally loving this season of HBO's Big Little Lies? Seeing the home of Reese Witherspoon's character, Madeline Martha Mackenzie, makes us wish that we could live in Monterey, California, too.

For people that really want to live out their dreams of being one of the Monterey mothers in Big Little Lies, you're in luck! The luxurious beach mansion that Madeline calls her own is available for rent. But this six bedroom, seven bathroom home won't come cheap. At between $3,000 to $5,000 per night, this house is definitely one that most people are going to have to continue to dream about renting.

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