By Tessa Berenson
March 5, 2015

Now you can spend the night at Leonardo DiCaprio’s house in Palm Springs. But before you start packing your bags, you’d better check your bank account: he’s charging $4,500 per night.

Set on 1.3 acres, DiCaprio’s 7,022-square-foot estate in Palm Springs has 6 bedrooms and 7.5 bathrooms, the LA Times reports. Oh, and there’s also a pool and a tennis court.

DiCaprio bought the property last year for $5.23 million, which might explain the hefty price tag per night (and there’s a two night minimum). But still, for anyone who wants to get a little closer to Hollywood’s most eligible bachelor, this might be your chance.

Write to Tessa Berenson at tessa.berenson@time.com.

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