Celebrity homes across India where you can stay to holiday like a star


Recently, former Indian team cricketer Yuvraj Singh announced an exclusive one-time stay for a group of six at his home in Goa. Perched on a hilltop with spectacular views of the sea beyond, you can stay at the cricketer’s three bedroom cottage, filled with special memories and meaningful keepsakes from his years on the field, for just INR 1,212 per night for a two night stay from 14.-16. October.

Named Casa Singh guests are virtually greeted by Yuvraj upon arrival, along with a personalized welcome message sharing Singh’s favorite Goan hangouts. On the outdoor patio, enjoy tailored meals that highlight cricketers’ favorite delicacies.

Last year, George Clooney announced the name of the lucky guest who was welcomed by the Clooneys at their beautiful home on Lake Como, Italy. The luxurious 18th-century property features a tennis court, gym, landscaped gardens, ornately carved ceilings, huge bathrooms and a separate pizza room! Isn’t this a dream house for all of us? The initiative was taken to pledge the money collected to a charitable foundation through a competition.

Similarly, Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri Khan opened their New Delhi home to guests. Gauri, who is a world-renowned interior designer, has redesigned her home in the capital for SRK’s fans to stay. She launched a “Home with Open Arms” campaign – SRK’s signature pose from over 30 years as a Bollywood superstar, allowing his Indian fans to stay at the family home.

With these celebrities in mind, we’ve brought you an exciting list of options for this season. With World Tourism Day on September 27th, we bring you a glimpse of celebrity homes that can be your next starry home for your next vacation.

Mandira Bedi’s oceanfront home on Madh Island

Mandira Bedi's home on Madh Island

Mandira Bedi’s home on Madh Island | source

Following in the footsteps of Khans, actress and hostess Mandira Bedi also opened her luxury vacation home on Madh Island to travelers. You can stay in their sea view villa with a pool, four bedrooms and five bathrooms for INR 50,000 per night. Previously, Mandira’s 16-year-old home was available for filming, but the actress later decided to host guests as a courtesy, the COVID-19 pandemic, and subsequent lockdowns.

Musician Vishal Ravijani’s luxury home in Goa

Serene Sol by Shekhar Ravijani

Shekhar Ravijani’s Serene Sol | source

Shekhar Ravijani (of the Vishal-Shekhar duo) is the proud owner of a three bedroom villa with a terrace. Overlooking the Candolim Mangroves, the fully furnished Serene Sol estate in Baga (Goa) combines the amenities of a hotel with the comforts of a plush home that maintains an innate sense of privacy and tranquility. The villa is available at INR 35,000 per night.

Arjun Mathur’s heavenly home in Goa

Arjun Mathur's Tranquil Haven

Arjun Mathur’s Quiet Haven | source

Emmy-nominated actor Arjun Mathur also hosts his home in Goa, which offers a slice of his personal rendezvous with trips around the world. Arjun’s house, called Tranquil Haven, is tucked away in the quiet neighborhood of Siolim in North Goa. His beautiful home features a pool, private garden and lots of natural light. In fact, the house was personally designed by the actor and his wife Tiya Tejpal. The two are said to have hand-picked every item in the two-bedroom house. Arjun’s home conveys an earthy and grounded vibe, with wood accents and shades of blue, green, and aquamarine pervading the decor. You can stay at this starry property for INR 7,928 per night.

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Rejuvenate at the Healing House of Sapna Bhavnani

PurrOm Healing Center by Sapna Bhavnani

PurrOm Healing Center by Sapna Bhavnani | source

Popular among stars like Priyanka Chopra Jonas, Hrithik Roshan, MS Dhoni and Virat Kohli, famed hairstylist Sapna Bhavnani is also a nature lover. Her 350 sqft beautiful home called PurrOm Healing Center in Kamshet near Mumbai is perfect for a couple or a group of two for a relaxing vacation. She proudly calls this place “Don’t come here to find yourself, come here to lose!”
The property consists of a private, enclosed, hand-crafted plunge pool, covered in glass all around, providing a perfect opportunity for star gazing. Nestled between two Gulmohar trees and grown out of the greenhouse, this eco-friendly home has everything handcrafted. You are not allowed to smoke or drink indoors and preferably serve vegetarian food with set limited times for breakfast, lunch and dinner. You can book this healing home for INR 4,000 per night

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Be king or queen for a day

City Palace of Jaipur

City Palace of Jaipur | source

While most of us have had the opportunity to stay and dine in luxury hotels converted from royal palaces, Maharaja Sawai Padmanabh Singh, the young scion of Jaipur, has opened his royal palace, the City Palace, to people. The palace is filled with royal stories about opulent life and the history of the royal family. This stunning historic palace is 300 years old and has hosted numerous guests over the centuries including Prince Charles, Princess Diana, Bill Clinton and Jackie Kennedy among many other dignitaries. Since 2019, the Gudliya Suite in the City Palace has also been accessible to external guests.

Make your trip abroad star class

Stay in these luxurious hotels owned by Hollywood stars.

Elizabeth Taylor’s home in Palm Springs, California, approximately INR 46,900.
Charlie Chaplin’s LA home for approx. INR 14,200.
Julie Andrews’s Accord, NY home for approximately INR 27,400.
Denzel Washington’s home in Malibu, California, approximately INR 33,300.
Frank Sinatra’s home in Palm Springs for approximately INR 1,81,400.
Bing Crosby’s California home for approximately INR 5,87,600.

These accommodations are available on Airbnb.

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