The Mother Monster crashed at this $20 million mansion in Houston over the weekend. Though it would’ve costed regular folks around $10,000 a night to stay at the 9,768-square-foot residence, “Perfect Illusion” was able to rest up free of charge courtesy of Airbnb.
Named Villa Encantado, the sprawling property boasts five spacious bedroom suites and five-and-a-half bathrooms. According to its listing, the stunning spread also offers access to a fully equipped gym with a sauna, an game room, a in-home movie theater with its own popcorn machine, a Bocce court, an outdoor wood-fired pizza oven, and a massive lagoon-like swimming pool.
A day after her performance, Gaga took to Instagram to thank the rental company for putting her up, writing, “Thank you @airbnb for the gorgeous home in Houston for #SB51.”
During the big game, Airbnb released its own commercial about the importance of diversity. Promoting inclusivity, the 30-second ad featured people from various backgrounds and text that read: “We believe no matter who you are, where you’re from, who you love or who you worship, we all belong. The world is more beautiful the more you accept.”