Leonardo DiCaprio Just Auctioned Off a Week at His Palm Springs Estate

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Leonardo DiCaprio just gave 12 lucky guests the trip of a lifetime: They'll get to spend a week at his luxurious Palm Springs Estate. The Oscar winner auctioned off a week-long stay at his house in California during amfAR’s 23rd annual Cinema Against AIDS event at the Cannes Film Festival.

After his first offer went for 300,000 euros, the charitable star auctioned off the stay a second time, earning another 150,000 euros for the organization. The lucky auction winners will get to vacation in his abode from 3 p.m. on Jan. 16, 2017 through 10 a.m. on Jan. 23, 2017, Deadline reports.

The estate can accommodate 12 guests, as long as they abide by “house rules.” Sadly, meeting the Revenant star isn’t included in the package—the actor made it clear that he won’t be present for the stay. That didn’t preclude these big spenders from jumping at the chance to live like the movie star (and take a peek at his personal items).

DiCaprio wasn’t the only star power present at the event. Click through to see all of the stylish looks from Hollywood’s hottest celebs at this year’s amfAR gala at Cannes.

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