Headed to the French Riviera this summer? Have 90 or so friends you want to take along with you?
Head to Le Beauvallon, a former hotel that has been converted into one of the most lavish – and probably largest – vacation homes in France.
The 42-bedroom property, which is over a century old, once attracted big names like F. Scott Fitzgerald and Lady Churchill, but long gone are the classic interiors that they would have enjoyed. According to The Telegraph, guests can now expect a modern setting with bleached woods, Ibiza whites and lots of bold color. Developers even consulted with a Singaporean geomancer to ensure Le Beauvallon’s feng shui was up to scratch (don’t worry, elements that were deemed disruptive to Le Beauvallon’s energy were removed and replaced with commissioned artwork to restore balance.)
Along with the astronomical number of bedrooms, the humungous home also has a dance studio, a ballroom, indoor and outdoor cinemas, a shisha lounge and a beach club. Plus guests will have access to 40-foot yacht and a helicopter in case they feel like a change of scenery.
The pad doesn’t come cheap though; you’ll have to drop a little over $90,000 per day to rent it during July and August. Rates include staff costs but exclude food and beverages.