Check out Mariah Carey's $10,000-a-night Airbnb rental on Malibu's exclusive 'Billionaires' Beach'

Mariah homeCourtesy of airbnbHere’s what Carey will be waking up to every morning.

Everyone seems to be renting these days — even celebrities.

For $US10,000 a night, Mariah Carey is relaxing in a $US30 million, oceanfront Mediterranean villa before she jets off to Israel for a late August concert, according to Page Six and the singer’s Instagram. She’s joined by her billionaire boyfriend, James Packer.

The rental villa is located on Carbon Beach (aka “Billionaires’ Beach”), where Carey could run into residents like Jeffrey Katzenberg, David Geffen, Irving Azoff, and Larry Ellison. Carey is renting the villa through Airbnb, an online marketplace that connects travellers and homeowners.

Keep scrolling for an inside-out tour and check out the listing if you want to be next in line.

French doors, high wooden ceilings, and archways give this four bedroom, four bathroom villa a Mediterranean feel.

The fluid living areas are perfect for hosting happy hours and parties.

Not to mention the entertainment bar, where Carey can entertain her musician friends on the West Coast.

The singer/actress/mum can whip up breakfast for her two children in the spacious gourmet kitchen.

An open fireplace separates the kitchen from the dining room.

In addition to the two downstairs bedrooms, there's a two-room guest cottage with an extra pull-out sofa bed.

The master suite is replete with a sitting room, fireplace, and ocean-facing balcony.

The bath suite resembles that of a five-star luxury hotel, complete with a steam room and his-and-her sinks.

The terrace looks like a grownup treehouse.

The beach couldn't be closer.

There's an indoor/outdoor spa Jacuzzi, in case Carey and Parker get sick of the ocean.

The Malibu Pier and the much-lauded Nobu Malibu are both nearby.

We wouldn't mind curling up on one of these sofas to watch the sunset over the Pacific Ocean.

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