Inside Kylie Jenners Lavish Bahamas Vacation Rental – Architectural Digest

Posted: March 5, 2020 at 6:30 pm

Kylie Jenner was living it up recently during a Bahamas getaway with several friends, her sister Kendall, and daughter, Stormi. The group stayed at a brand-new villa located on Harbour Island, which, according to the Airbnb listing, rents for $10,000 per night.

Known as Rosalita, the sprawling six-bedroom, seven-and-a-half-bathroom property comes with all the luxury amenities a billionaire like Jenner has likely come to expect. The main house comprises five bedrooms, all en-suite, and four with outdoor showers and private entrances to either the veranda or the garden. (One bedroom is especially kid-friendly, with two sets of bunk beds.) The master suite features a private terrace with stunning views of the backyard and the bright blue ocean, plus two master bathrooms. Theres also a separate one-bedroom guest villa, decorated in a calming green motif, with ginkgo-leaf-patterned floors and tropical drapes.

The upstairs main living area, which opens out to the veranda.

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Twin staircases lead from the ground floor to the upper-floor veranda, which is a highlight of the home, with its alfresco dining table and cozy lounge area boasting unobstructed views of the sea. Inside the upstairs part of the home, theres a second lounge and dining space set under high, vaulted ceilings with decorative seashell molding. A pair of palm tree statues stand guard over the space. The backyard, which is just steps from the beach and is undeniably the main selling point of the property, features a crisp blue swimming pool surrounded by blue sun beds, a covered blue-and-white-striped pavilion, and a poolside grill. The $10,000 price tag also comes with a full staff that includes a chef, a housekeeper, a pool maintenance team, gardeners, and laundry service.


Inside Kylie Jenners Lavish Bahamas Vacation Rental - Architectural Digest

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