Built during the Belle Epoque, on the coast at Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, this villa hosted guests including Coco Chanel and Greta Garbo, Dalí and Man Ray, Fitzgerald and Hemingway, who spent summers in the gardens and partied all over the place.
Outside spaces include al fresco kitchen/dining areas, pool terrace and bar, hot tub, and gardens with views of the glittering Med. Inside there’s a secret bar disguised behind a bookcase in the library; plus three living rooms and a grand dining hall, as well as a private cinema and its own wine cellar. It’s well equipped to host some of the best parties on the French Riviera (still waiting on that invite).
It’s available to rent from only €45,000 per week – additional butlers, housekeepers (can’t imagine Hemingway making his own bed), chefs etc all come as optional.