How exactly does one look as fresh as Bella and Gigi Hadid at a music festival, no less one with desert heat and winds, aka Coachella? Step one: Secure a perfect home base. The Hadids didn't just grab a room at the nicest hotel in town for this year's festival; they rented a full-on oasis. Bella and Gigi unwounded from the grueling schlep to and from Coachella in Villa Zenyara, which is more like a resort than a private residence.
The $350,000 per weekend home sprawls out across 40 acres in Coachella, where festival accommodates are scarce to begin with. It not only features 11 bedrooms and bathrooms, most impressively, it also comes with its own manmade, white sand beach according to the description on its website. The beach is big enough to accommodate jet skis, boats and paddle boards and a floating trampoline. Not to mention, the water also surrounds the house like a moat for a modern-day castle.
As for how Bella and Gigi Hadid utilized the property, they took advantage of the chef's kitchen and boat docks. Gigi posted a photo of her experience at the villa, showing her pomeranian on top of the dining table. "Big Coachella mood is Icy on the breakfast table," she wrote on Snapchat.
Meanwhile Bella seized on the property's immense privacy, catching some rays topless in between festival sets. "Early Riser," she wrote on Instagram, where she posted a photo of herself tanning in a body chain.
Outside of these moments, though, the Hadids didn't spend much time in the lavish dwelling that costs more than a house to rent just for a weekend. Instead, they wandered around the festival grounds and made appearances at some of the weekend's parties. Bella, most notably, was supposedly seen at a Kylie Cosmetic's event where she was supposedly spotted with her ex-boyfriend The Weeknd's Abel Tesfaye, though she later denied it. Gigi Hadid, meanwhile, spent time with designer Jeremy Scott, who was the first to put Gigi on the runway and, later, Bella and their brother Anwar. Together, the muse and Scott announced his next project: a collaboration with retail giant H&M.