Fit for the Queen! Beyoncé rented a seriously luxurious $10,000-a-night home in Los Altos Hills, California, to stay at before and after her show-stealing Super Bowl 50 Halftime performance on Sunday, February 7.
According to the Airbnb listing, the property offers sweeping views of the San Francisco Bay area, and features five bedrooms, eight-plus bathrooms, a surveillance system and much more.
The home, which sits on 11 acres, is located about 30 minutes from Levi’s Stadium — where the Carolina Panthers lost to the Denver Broncos in the big game. Despite the proximity to the venue, an insider tells Us Weekly that the superstar, 34, had a police motorcade pick her up and drop her off whenever she needed to leave or return to the property.
On Monday, February 8, the songstress shared a photo of herself on her Facebook page, resting in the glow of the outdoor fireplace in the evening, and captioned the image, “It was a Super weekend Airbnb.” Later in the day, she shared an Instagram photo of the same outdoor space, this time showing off the stunning views she was enjoying during the sunny day.
The sanctuary seemed like the perfect place to unwind after the performer became the talk of the Super Bowl with her powerful performance of her new song, “Formation,” overshadowing the Halftime Show’s headliner, Coldplay, and fellow guest Bruno Mars.
Her husband, Jay Z, and daughter, Blue Ivy, were on hand to support the star. As Us previously reported, the music mogul sent his wife 10,000 roses ahead of her performance.
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