About That Ultra-Luxury Estate From the 'Selling Sunset' Girls' Trip
Since the ladies of Selling Sunset are immersed in the world of luxury real estate, it's only fitting that their first-ever office girls' trip during season six—which just dropped on Netflix—took place at an estate that's nothing less than extravagant. Their chosen vacation rental near Palm Springs: The Emerson Estate, a 20-acre private compound in the Coachella Valley.
"I am really elevating this getaway," office manager Mary Bonnet (Fitzgerald) said during episode seven. "I have rented a 20-acre villa for us to stay in. It's gonna be our own private oasis. And plus Jason's paying for all of this."
Located in Thermal, California, which is just under a 40-minute drive from Palm Springs, the rental costs roughly $25k to $30k per night. The 13-bedroom, nine-bathroom home stretches across more than 8,000 square feet and can accommodate up to 26 overnight guests. The Mediterranean-style villa, designed by its owner, is outfitted with top-tier amenities, from a fully equipped chef's kitchen to memory-foam pillow-top mattresses. On the walled, gated property, guests can relax near the reflecting pool, view the surrounding palm groves, and admire the owner's grazing horses. Guests can even customize their stay with on-demand services, like a massage (or, perhaps, an IV drip).
While our favorite Selling Sunset stars may have had a hectic stay at The Emerson Estate, at least the setting was dreamy! You can get an even closer look at the lavish retreat through a photo and video property tour. And if you've been inspired to plan a Palm Springs trip of your own, we have you covered with a design-forward guide on where to shop, eat, drink, stay, and play in the city.
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