Jamie Foxx’s ‘spiritual’ stay at an Airbnb home in Miami

The rules of the house prohibit parties at the eight-bedroom, 10,000-square-foot estate

Dec.December 11, 2016 02:00 PM
Jamie Fox and the Magical Luxury Manor (Credit: People Magazine)

Jamie Fox and the Magical Luxury Manor (Credit: People Magazine)

Jamie Foxx says he felt “spiritual” during his recent stay at an Airbnb-listed estate in Miami called the Magical Luxury Manor.

That’s a good thing because the rules of the house require a spiritual, or at least quiet, atmosphere.

The Airbnb listing for the Magical Luxury Manor states in four places, in all-capital letters, that parties at the eight-bedroom, 10,000-square-foot house are prohibited.

“If you want to have a gathering with a few friends, you have to let us know and get authorization,” according to the Magical Luxury Manor’s listing. “The neighbors will call the police if there is music blasting after 12:00 p.m.”

Foxx visited Miami to perform with Barbra Streisand in a sold-out Dec. 5  show, according to People Magazine. The 48-year-old actor and singer decided to spend the weekend before the show in the Magical Luxury Manor, courtesy of Airbnb.

The Airbnb website shows that regular guests pay $2,200 a night for a minimum three-night stay.

Foxx posted a video of his experience in the house on Instagram. He wrote that the place gave him a sense of spirituality, and in the video, he said, “Because that’s what I like to do, I like to be spiritual.”

Here are some photos of the estate and a bit of video Foxx posted. [People Magazine]

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