Thursday night at Cannes (pronounced "cann-ess," for anybody wondering), Leonardo DiCaprio auctioned off a week at his Palm Springs house at amfAR’s annual Cinema Against AIDS gala. He won't actually be in the house during that week, of course, because that would be weird.
According to Deadline, the closing bid was for $168,000. Daily Mail says $336,000, and Variety reported that it was $500,000. While the exact amount of the closing bid is still apparently unknown, one thing is for sure—when you stay at Leo's house, you play by Leo's rules.
The rules are: the stay happens from January 16, 2017 at 3 p.m. until January 23 at 10 a.m., no more than 12 guests, and no one sleeps with any young Victoria's Secrets models they might find laying around the house. Also, no messing around with his vape pen collection.
DiCaprio has actually rented out a Palm Springs property before, for $4,500 a night (mere peanuts). It's a 1.3 acre property. According to the rental listing, the house, known as the Dinah Shore Estate and designed by architect Donald Wexler, has six bedrooms, seven and a half bathrooms, wooden ceilings, stone walls, a heated pool, a guest house, cocktail bar, tennis court, spa, maid service, and only one Oscar.