How to book an 'unbearably hot' luxury villa after the pandemic is over

What's one way to get people to agree to participate in a weird reality show? Promise them a luxurious beach vacation. That's the idea behind Netflix's Too Hot to Handle , which was filmed at Casa Tau in Punta Mita, Mexico.

The private beach house opened in December 2018 and is part of a gated community of less than 30 homes in the Los Rancheros area, Luxury Retreats magazine reported. Although the cast of "It's Too Hot" were forced to sleep in the same room, the estate actually has 12 guest rooms, three oceanfront master suites and a double room, according to its official website. A total of 27 people can stay at the same time.

Other amenities include 24/7 butler service, full kitchen and breakfast bar, wine refrigerator, espresso machine, gym, pool table and ping pong table. Not to mention the infinity pool and jacuzzi that were used extensively by the cast of Too Hot , as well as the lush golf course nearby.

As you can imagine, all of these luxuries come with a hefty price tag. In fact, the price is so high that no specific price is listed online. But Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Kyle Richards loves staying there, according to Bravo, where the average daily room rate is reported to be $12,500, not including the refundable $15,000 required for all stays USD margin.

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There's a good chance Netflix has a deal with the owners to film there, so who knows how much they'll be paying for a month's stay. But you shouldn’t be surprised if, in due course, Casa Tau announces a “Too Hot” themed guest package, just like the Grand Velas Riviera Maya did after its collaboration with Love Is Blind . Start adding to your vacation fund now.