Dua Lipa’s stardom seems to only be soaring by the day. And in enjoying every bit of it, the diva recently galloped all the way to Mexico for a lavish holiday. While her vacay got enough eyeballs as a whole, it’s her choice of stay that has piqued particular interest within the travel community.
The property – Quetzalcoatl’s Nest, an Airbnb in Mexico city, pays homage to an ancient Aztec god known as the feathered or plumed serpent. It is built by architect Javier Senosiain and occupies almost 16 hectares in the hills around Naucalpan de Juárez, a lush wooded area west of Mexico City.
The lavish home features a myriad of colors on the exterior, which is contrasted by a minimalist décor on the inside with natural-colored walls and wood detailing and has also been featured on Netflix’s The World’s Most Amazing Vacation Rentals just last month.
Complete with a dreamlike, psychedelic environment, it includes several quirky highlights such as a stained-glass door, a whimsical sitting area featuring a golden hand-shaped chair, and rounded nook-like areas.
Its Airbnb listing reads: ‘This place is perfect for anyone who loves nature, silence, woods, architecture, and someone who wants to recover its capacity to amaze.’ The property boasts a surrounding park with a botanical garden, a cave of minerals, and lakes and is touted as an ideal getaway ‘for small groups on retreats, to write, to meditate, for yoga, for walking, for a nice rest.’