You can stay in a royal palace with a butler thanks to Airbnb

Francesca Specter
Yahoo Style UK deputy editor
This Airbnb spot is fit for royalty – literally. [Photo: Airbnb]

If you’ve ever dreamt of leading a lifestyle fit for royalty, Airbnb can make it possible with an actual palace listed on the platform.

As fans of the holiday rental site will know, there are plenty of listings of Instagrammable homes.

But this particular spot takes the biscuit.

You can rent a bedroom suitable for two guests with a private bathroom at the Gudlya Suite at the City Palace, Jaipur in India.

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Both Princess Diana and Oprah Winfrey have stayed at the 300 year old palace, according to the listing.

While you only get one bedroom in the property, pictures show it’s certainly a spacious one – and even has a private indoor swimming pool attached.

Other facilities include a hot tub and a private entrance (probably quite handy if you are actual royalty).

The palace stay costs over £6,000 a night. [Photo: Airbnb]

You’ll also enjoy the Palace lush gardens, where “peaceful daily breakfasts can be had in the company of peacocks”, and two gourmet daily meals, breakfast and dinner, at City Palace’s in-house restaurant, Baradari.

Sounds dreamy.

The piece de resistance, however, is a private butler service that comes with the room.

“At the palace itself, your personal butler and a member of the royal staff will be around to cater to your requests and make your stay as comfortable as possible,” claims the listing.

All of this could be yours for a modest £6,161 per night.

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Don’t have a spare six grand? Other covetable options on the platform have included Barbie’s Malibu Dreamhouse, complete with pink decor and a huge swimming pool.

Then there’s the famous Downton Abbey castle, Highclere Castle, available for just £150 a night.

You can also purchase an 80-day around the world trip on Airbnb for under £4,000.