Taylor Swift & Travis Kelce's $21K-A-Night Italian Villa Comes With A Butler & Private Chef

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Inside Taylor Swift's $21K-A-Night Italian VillaFrank Bienewald/LightRocket via Getty Images / Erick W. Rasco/Sports Illustrated via Getty Images

Earlier this week, Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce checked out of their opulent $21,000-a-night room in Paris...just to check into another $21k suite.

This new private villa, which is located on the water at Lake Como's Grand Hotel Tremezzo, boasts six separate suites and sleeps up to 12 guests with a slew of luxe perks—including a private chef, personal butler, housekeepers, a chambermaid, and so much more.

The celeb couple spent three nights at the costly estate (to translate that for you, it totals $60k) where they were photographed sipping wine and enjoying a candelit dinner with unobstructed lake views, Page Six reports.

"No one noticed Taylor’s presence on Lake Como," a source told the outlet. "They walked in the night and had romantic candlelit dinners. They seem in love and happy."

There are a number of bars and restaurants located on the Italian property, including the fine-dining destination La Terrazzo Gualtiero Marchesi; L’escale Trattoria & Wine Bar; and Da Giacomo Al Lago, where you’ll find the freshest seafood. The hotel also has more casual haunts too, like T Bar for lunch or drinks and T Pizza.

The private villa itself, Villa Sola Cabiati, is described as a "full-service" and "Neoclassical landmark" that overlooks the shores of Lake Como—and is just steps from the Grand Hotel and its countless amenities. It has a rich history, too.

"With roots going back to the 16th century, the Villa was acquired by the Dukes of Serbelloni in the 18th, and expanded along the Neoclassical style of the day," the website states. "It remains full of period heirlooms and artwork—including the bed in which Napoleon and Josepine Bonaparte slept when they visited the Palazzo Serbelloni in Milan."

The space is described as a "living museum" with its original terrazzo floors, frescoes by the school of Tiepolo, and hand-crafted Murano chandeliers. "[It's] a testament to the grandeur and splendor of Lake Como eras past."

While Travis Kelce did not outright name the hotel in his most recent "New Heights" podcast episode, the Chiefs tight end did tease his whereabouts. "I can give you a continent. I’m in Europe," he said, before adding that he would not play a "guessing game" as to his precise location. He did throw in a "bonjour" when joining the podcast. Though we're not sure if it was a ploy to throw off fans or just a verbal souvenir from his time in Paris.

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