This $35,000 A Night Mansion Comes With Fireworks

By on September 17, 2016 in ArticlesCelebrity Homes

Beanie Baby billionaire, Ty Warner, wants you to check out the newest addition to his resort portfolio, but it will cost you. Opened in July, the Ty Warner Mansion comes complete with 28,000 square feet of oceanfront property, a personal spa and more – all for $35,000, per night.

Described as the ultimate hideaway within Latin America's most lauded resort, the Ty Warner Mansion is located  at the Las Ventanas Al Paraiso, a Rosewood Hotels Resort in Los Cabos, Mexico. Like all 0f Las Ventanas, the Warner Mansion was founded by the man behind Ty Inc. and who started the toy craze that swept the globe, Ty Warner.

Las Ventanas al Paraíso

Las Ventanas al Paraíso

While the steep nightly price tag may deter most from considering this private oceanfront escape, the expansive list of amenities and seemingly unreal add-ons certainly help to justify it. Besides enjoying the Warner Mansion's infinity pool, swim-up bar, double master suites, chauffeur service and on-call butlers, visitors at this Rosewood exclusive can opt for a fully customizable fireworks display (controlled by an in-home remote).

Las Ventanas al Paraíso

Las Ventanas al Paraíso

To enter the home, described as an "exceptionally private sanctuary," visitors must immerse themselves in a breathtaking display of greenery. Lauded by the resort as one of the largest 360-degree gardens found in the world, the Warner Mansion is surrounded by an amazing array of lush plant life. A Latin-inspired walkway is positioned in the center of a beautiful water-laden entryway, with the home's main entrance serving as one of the only breaking points of the meticulously manicured garden.

Las Ventanas al Paraíso

Las Ventanas al Paraíso

Inside, guests will discover the renowned work of interior designer Robert Couturier, evident in such glamorous details as the 20-foot high ceilings, Indian silk sari furniture and even an indoor reflecting pool. Once in the living room (pictured above), guests will quickly discover that enjoying their private spot on the beach hardly means they have to step outside. Speckled with Indian and Latin influenced upholstery, this space provides a true indoor-outdoor experience with a pristine view of the water.

Las Ventanas al Paraíso

Las Ventanas al Paraíso

With an expansive dining room, kitchen, media/gaming parlor and master bathroom, the Warner Mansion truly lives up to its price tag. However, for those visiting Mexico or anyone with a true appreciation for the drink, the resort home's tequila library – yes, tequila library – is truly one of the most unique and intriguing additions to the stay. Complete with rich lounging décor, the entertaining room is said to be stocked with some of the most rare tequila findings in the world, including fine stock of both Don Julio Real and Clase Azul Ultra.

Las Ventanas al Paraíso

Las Ventanas al Paraíso

Back outside, the mansion's 9,000-square-foot rooftop has just as many jaw-dropping aspects as those found within, including a glass lap pool that is visible from the home's master bath. Following a quick dip, visitors can relax at one of the many rooftop cabanas and play pool. Taking full advantage of the location's beautiful weather and ocean scenery, just below on the home's lower level, guests can take advantage of 7,000 square feet of outdoor lounging space, take a dip in the mansion's infinity pool or simply relax in the jacuzzi.

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Chris Hondros/Getty Images

The entrepreneur behind the self-named mansion, business mogul Ty Warner, padded his $2.3 billion net worth long before expanding his vacationing portfolio. Following a short acting career, Warner took his experience in the industry and launched Ty Inc., the company that spawned Beanie Babies. At the peak of Beanie popularity, the company was believed to have raked in profits of over $700 million a year.

Articles Written by Chris Kelley
For as long as he can remember, Chris has been interested in storytelling in all mediums. From (literally) working on syndicated quilting shows and fetching drinks for "The Bachelor" to T.V. news producing and freelance writing, Chris attributes his colorful career to his time at Iowa State University. He currently lives on the East Coast with his mini pig, Pegasus. Follow him on Twitter.
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