You Can Rent the 'Too Hot to Handle' Villa for $13,000 Per Night

Amy Mackelden
Photo credit: Courtesy of Netflix
Photo credit: Courtesy of Netflix

From Harper's BAZAAR

As most of the world is stuck in isolation amid the coronavirus pandemic, it makes sense that we'd all be dreaming of our next vacation. Netflix dropped Too Hot to Handle right in the midst of quarantine, and the tropical location has understandably made viewers feel pretty envious.

So where is Too Hot to Handle filmed, because we all want to go to there, like, immediately.

It turns out that the house featured in Season 1 of Too Hot to Handle is located in Punta Mita, Mexico. The property itself is called Casa Tau, and it's available to hire as a holiday destination.

Even though contestants on the Netflix series were forced to share rooms, the property is actually pretty sizeable, and can reportedly accommodate up to 27 guests. With 12 ensuite bedrooms, Casa Tau sounds like the perfect destination for a group trip with family or friends.

According to Luxury Retreats, "Located on the sandy beachfront of the prestigious Punta Mita Community in Los Ranchos, Mexico, Casa Tau is the perfect destination for a large family reunion, golf trip, or corporate retreat."

The property's official website also lists a gym with massage and facial therapists available, as well as 15 onsite staff throughout any stay. According to Airbnb, Casa Tau usually commands a nightly fee of around $13,000, although this can vary, depending on the season.

While most of us can't travel right now, it's nice to have some dream destinations in mind for once the pandemic is over. We can but dream!

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