Why you can't resist Googling 'Love Island' villa rental prices

Companies like Airbnb are making it easier for people to rent exquisite vacation rentals. But once you start watching the American version of Love Island , your standards for holiday luxury may become even higher. With huge bedrooms, epic pools and not-so-secret hideaways, who wouldn't want to rent a Love Island villa? The seaside Fijian estate will be home to a rotating cast of singles who aim to tie the knot when the US version of the British reality show premieres on July 9. If they can't fall in love, the "islanders" will be abandoned - and have to leave this dank paradise. But can you live in this house without watching All-American Dates on TV? The verdict is yet to come.

Like the British villa, the American Love Island villa is filled with bright colors. The story of the British version of "Love Island" takes place on the Spanish island of Mallorca in the Mediterranean Sea, while the story of the American version of "Love Island" takes place on an island in Fiji in the Pacific Ocean. Host Arielle Vandenberg visited the villa ahead of the premiere, and you might want to give reality TV a try just to live there.

Hey, if you're around 30 or under (not official, but it's pretty standard), super fit, and single, then this might be a possibility for you, given the casting for this season of Love Island Still open.

According to CBS, some of the features of the Love Island villa include 3,000 Fijian plants, neon signs and lights (a mile!), a giant deck made from 20,000 feet of wood, and over 300 feet of custom fabric for furniture and pillows. Artist Betty Larkin designed eight murals for shared bedrooms, and Jonathan Adler designed hideaways where couples can spend some alone time together.

However, "alone time" isn't actually a thing on Love Island . Ahead of the Love Island premiere, Vandenberg took to her Instagram Stories to give an extended tour of the villa. She also highlighted the many microphones and cameras throughout the hotel, including in hideaways. Of course, Love Island producers won't make adjustments if you stay there, but it does make you think twice before you act.

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Another factor you may have to adapt to if you live there are geckos, as Vandenberg shared that they had to create a web over her bed to stop them from joining her in her sleep. But this is the price you have to pay to get into heaven.

Despite the cameras and lizards, the real reason there's so little information about living in the villa is probably because the show is being filmed. Vandenberg shared on her Story that they are currently filming on July 8, and viewers will be able to watch the video the next day . As a result, the Love Island USA villa is currently off-limits to any non-production staff.

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You can live in a Love Island UK location, British publication The Sun reports, for a weekly cost of about £3,000, or nearly $4,000. If you live on the East Coast of the United States, flights to Mallorca are actually shorter than flights to Fiji. Of course, if you live on the West Coast, the opposite is true. (Brits participating in Love Island UK though only have a short flight of about three hours to get to their villa.) But just saying, if the Love Island US villa isn't open to visitors, you have other options available to the public.

With the UK version of villas available for rent and the US replicating the franchise, there's reason to hope you'll be able to rent a Fiji home. But for now, you'll just have to sit back on your couch and watch all the reruns - and maybe it will inspire you, or maybe it will put you off staying in the Love Island villa.