Source: @ladygaga on "Thank you @airbnb for the gorgeous home in Houston for #SB51"

The $10,000-per-night mansion, with private theater and game room, took four years to build. Construction took longer than usual because it used rare materials from all around the world, and included all sorts of artisan details.

The home sleeps 10 an in environment that feels like a mini hotel, with a resort-like pool surrounded by bluestone terraces as well as outdoor living and dining.

For the superstar of the stay — even if you're not Lady Gaga, you probably know who you are — a first-floor master wing has an onyx and marble-clad bath.

Other features of the home include high-end wood cabinetry, honed limestone and walnut floors, ginormous fireplaces, and an exercise room.

This home was built for family and entertainment.

Think chef's kitchen with limestone fireplace, terrace featuring Viking barbecue with wood-fired pizza oven, movie theater with popcorn machine, indoor game room, bocce court, wine cellar, and more. Plus, naturally, it's gated and fully secure for star guests.

It currently goes for about $10,000 per night on Airbnb.

By the way, if you're still surprised that the biggest stars in the world stay at Airbnbs... you shouldn't be. As part of the booking site's high-profile celebrity marketing strategy, the company regularly dishes out over-the-top listings for free, like Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's $30 million NYC listing,Mariah Carey’s $60 million rental in Italy, or Britney Spears’ $30 million place in Malibu



Source:, Alesandra Dubin, "Lady Gaga's $20 Million Super Bowl Home: Inside the Epic Houston Mansion She Got for Free"