Leonardo DiCaprio Renting Palm Springs Home for $4,500 a Night

AP Images/Invision
Leonardo DiCaprio

There's a two-night minimum stay for the 1.3-acre property, which features a 7,022-square-foot main house, pool and tennis court.

Attention, Leonardo DiCaprio fans: Now you can stay in the Wolf of Wall Street star's Palm Springs home — for $4,500 per night.

According to reports, DiCaprio bought the home — built in 1964 for singer-actress Dinah Shore — in February 2014 for $5.2 million. Curbed Los Angeles noted that the property is being rented out via the website 432hermosa.com.

The 1.3-acre property features a 7,022-square-foot main house with six bedrooms and 7.5 bathrooms, multiple fireplaces, a gated entrance and a "deluxe chef's kitchen." It also includes a guest house, heated pool and spa and a tennis court. The living room has a grand piano and a cocktail bar. The house is furnished and also features floor-to-ceiling windows and "one of the finest examples of mid-century architecture in Southern California, the birthplace of the progressive design movement."

The website notes that there is a two-night minimum stay and that the nightly rates vary by season; $4,500 a night is the minimum. That also includes daily maid service and free Wi-Fi.

"The property is located within Old Las Palmas, Palm Springs’ most sought-after neighborhood," the listing reads. "Vacation among homes once lived in by such Hollywood celebrities as Frank Sinatra, Marilyn Monroe, Elizabeth Taylor, Cary Grant, Dean Martin, Liberace and Elvis Presley."

comments powered by Disqus