By Lauren Phillips
September 15, 2016

Stars are notorious for jetting off to outrageous vacation destinations, and mega-star Justin Bieber is no different. In early August, the “Sorry” and “Love Yourself” singer and several friends visited Hawaii’s Big Island, where they stayed in a grandiose property that was once on the market for $26.5 million. The best news? You can visit and stay at this property, too.

And you’ll want to, after seeing these pictures. Love him or hate him, this crooner has great taste in real-estate.

The Waterfalling Estate—named for the two waterfalls on the adjacent cliffs—is on the north coast of Hawaii, just north of Hilo and about an hour’s drive from the Big Island’s Waipio Valley, the Valley of Kings. Perched on an 8-acre plot of land next to cliffs overlooking the Pacific, this estate's setting is amazing in its own right. But it's also a world-class residence, with a helipad, a swimming and diving pool (with a 2-story waterslide!), a private golf course, a tennis and basketball stadium, and an elevator.

As you can see from this living room, the inside is just as lavish as the outside. This space has views of the pool and the ocean, a grand piano, and plenty of lounging space for all guests.

The kitchen and informal dining area, too, are state-of-the-art (and they have an out-of-this-world ocean view!). Complete with five bedrooms (four of which are suites), ten bathrooms (seven full and three half), a sauna, and a gym spread across three floors and 10,000 square feet, the only amenity this property is lacking is a robot butler.

You can rent the Waterfalling Estate through Airbnb or Elite Vacation Rentals. Be warned, though: it doesn’t come cheaply.

If you book through Airbnb, there’s a 6-night minimum stay, at $5,000 a night. But if you want to stay for another week (or forever), the rate is discounted to $10,000 a week. If you book through Elite Vacation Rentals, there’s a 10-night minimum stay, but that’s offered at a low $3,250 per night!

Yes, that’s a steep price, but for a view like that, it might be worth it. Get more info and see more images here.       

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