See Inside the Kardashians' Costa Rican Vacation Villa — Which You Can Rent for $16,500 a Night

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Here's How You Vacation Like the KarJenners


The extended Kardashian family enjoyed yet another tropical vacation this week, journeying to the Central American country of Costa Rica for a little R&R. While enjoying a little sun, sand and a tiny bikini or two, the Krew kicked back in Villa Manzu, an incredible private mansion that’s available to book for $16,500 a night on vacation rental site HomeAway.

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Plenty of Pools


According to the Villa Manzu website, amenities including a spa, splash pool, infinity-edge pool and hot tub are all available for swimming and selfies. The Kardashians also had access to the property's extensive collection of ocean equipment, like paddle boards, kayaks and surfboards.

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Room to Relax


Kim Kardashian West and her two children — North, 3, and Saint, 1 — Kourtney Kardashian and her three children — Mason, 7, Penelope 4, and Reign, 2 — along with Kris Jenner, Corey Gamble, Khloe Kardashian, Kylie Jenner and her beau Tyga, as well as his son, King, stayed comfortably at this 8-bedroom estate that sleeps 22. At nearly 30,000 square feet, there was plenty of room for Scott Disick to get cozy when he joined the family getaway later.

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Stocked Suites


Each suite offers televisions, a minibar with morning coffee service, walk-in closets and ensuite bathrooms with tubs and showers.

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Open Areas


The villa offers plenty of spaces to socialize as well, including a theater, a bar/party room and a dining area that comfortably seats 22.

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Full Staff


The estate is rented fully staffed. Bartenders, chefs, butlers, waiters, drivers and “adventure specialists,” can organize horseback riding, river rafting, snorkeling and more.

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Outdoor Exploring


Villa Manzu offers an array of outdoor activities, with a golf cart and mountain bikes as well as three cars (a Range Rover, Ford Explorer SUV or Jeep Rangler) available for guests to explore nearby beaches, or the five-acre peninsula on which the home is situated.

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