Do you need a jump-start on your path to a “beautiful, optimized life”? Here’s your shot at living the Goop lifestyle promoted by Gwyneth Paltrow’s beauty, fashion, food and wellness brand.
For one night only, the Oscar-winning actress and Goop founder and CEO is putting her California guesthouse on Airbnb.
The one-bedroom, one-bath guesthouse at her home in Montecito opens for booking at 1 p.m. EDT on August 15 for an overnight stay on Saturday, September 9, for up to two guests.
“My Montecito home is my sanctuary for respite and mental clarity. I go there to recharge, to daydream about what we’re building at goop and to reconnect with my family and treasured friends,” the listing says.
“Whether you’re seeking a place for unexpected connection or for well-deserved solitude and reflection, when you come to stay, I hope you’ll get as much joy out of the home as I do.”
“Goop essentials to nourish your body, mind and soul” will be on hand. And Goop-inspired meals and snacks are included. The two lucky guests should specify any allergies or dietary restrictions.
The guests are invited to indulge in a spa day and participate in a guided transcendental meditation session. “And best of all, take home valuable techniques (and an abundance of goop products!) to continue your journey towards emotional health long after your stay,” the listing says.
Paltrow will be there to greet her guests upon arrival for the stay – check in is after 4 p.m. with check out before 11 a.m. The property is listed for $0.
There’s one queen bed and in addition to typical features such as free parking and air conditioning, the property is equipped with security cameras. “There are 24/7 security cameras for safety purposes, and there will be 24-hour security on-site during your stay,” the listing notes.
The guests will have access to the patio and pool, the listing notes, “but not the main home.” A hair dryer is not included, nor is there a washer.
No pets, no smoking, no drugs or illegal activities. “I also have a strict ‘no parties’ policy.” Guests are responsible for their own travel to and from Montecito.
“Lastly, and most importantly, get ready to get gooped.”