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Sure, we all want to look like, live like, and be like a celebrity. The glamour, the glitz, the pampering. Now you can! Travel + Leisure has compiled a list of fab celeb-owned pads that you and your family can rent -- for a price.

Live Like a Celebrity on Vacation

Mick Jagger

Mustique, West Indies

The Rolling Stones' front man owns this six-bedroom beachfront villa. It features a tennis court, pool, and hot tub, indoor and outdoor dining rooms, a game room with a pool table, and comes with your own personal maid, gardener, and chef (love that!).

Price: $15,000-$19,000 per week.

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Bruce Willis

The Residence
Parrot Cay, Turks and Caicos

Set on the property of the chic Parrot Cay resort, the actor's six-acre compound features five bedrooms and two three-bedroom guest villas. It also boasts a huge 70′ × 45′ heated infinity-edge pool.

Price: $20,873 per night.

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Christie Brinkley

Lucky House
Parrot Cay, Turks and Caicos

The supermodel's home is one of the 18 houses she owns. The estate sits on over an acre of private beachfront and comes with its own butler. Guests staying at Lucky House also have access to a 13,000-square-foot open-air yoga studio and ayurvedic spa.

Price: $8,107 per night.

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Keith Richards

Rocky Point Villa
Parrot Cay, Turks and Caicos

The rocker's estate is another of the multimillion dollar homes at Parrot Cay. The three-bedroom manse sits on close to two acres of beachfront land. It features a 60-inch rear projection television and DVD player set up in the living room, an infinity-edge pool, and a tiki hut where you can enjoy a massage. Aaahhhh.

Price: $8,107 per night.

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Merv Griffin

La Quinta
Palm Springs, CA

This 40-acre horse ranch hasn't changed much since the legendary TV man lived here. It showcases photos of Griffin with his many celeb friends, including actors, socialites, and presidents. The home features a 2,000-square-foot living room with a retractable dome skylight, and the master bedroom comes with a custom-made, pop-up, flat-screen TV, a Moroccan-tiled steam shower, and a Boesendorfer grand piano. Also on the property is a private lake stocked with black bass, a saltwater pool, and a racetrack.

Price: $6,000 per night.

Courtesy of Travel + Leisure.

Sir Richard Branson

Necker Island
British Virgin Islands

The UK mogul's 74-acre private island estate is perfect for you and 27 of your nearest and dearest -- you have it all to yourself! The eight-room Great House is set high atop a hill overlooking the Caribbean. Six more villas are dotted across the island.

Price: $51,000 per night for up to 28 guests (includes all meals, drinks, and a staff of 60).

Courtesy of Travel + Leisure.

Howard Hughes

Araby Estate
Palm Springs, CA

The eccentric aviator's three-bedroom, three-bath home is three levels and features original fixtures, floor-to-ceiling windows, and a pool and cabana. Hughes himself installed some of the property's quirky touches, including lights that are turned on with floor-mounted foot panels and a bathroom that has a built-in electric stove top.

Price: $400 per night.

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Aristotle Onassis

Christina O

Aristotle Onassis reportedly only paid a paltry $34,000 for the 325-foot mega-yacht in 1954, and then spent $4 million renovating the ship. It features 18 staterooms, a pool that morphs into a dance floor, and a grand spiral staircase with a silver and onyx handrail. Previous guests on the luxury vessel include Marilyn Monroe, Greta Garbo, Frank Sinatra, Sir Winston Churchill, and many other notables (including his mistress, opera singer Maria Callas, and wife Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis).

Price: $65,000 to $94,000 per night.

Courtesy of Travel + Leisure.

Ted Turner

Casa Grande
Vermejo Park Ranch, Raton, NM

Whoa, Nelly! Check out the size of Ted Turner's massive 591,000-acre Vermejo Park Ranch (that is two-thirds the size of the state of Rhode Island). You can stay at either of the two main lodges (available April through November) or at Turner's private eight-bedroom Casa Grande (provided he's not there, of course). The expansive property features 21 trout-filled lakes and ample hunting for mule, deer, elk, and bison.

Price: $650 per night.

Courtesy of Travel + Leisure.

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Madison Annie February 21, 2011, 9:23 AM

We all can go and rest like a celebrity and for that we must not have a lot of money. I felt like a celebrity when I went on a vacation in Hawaii, where I had a great time. I liked the Hawaii hotels that offered discounts and impeccable services. Warm water, good weather, friendly people, can make you feel like a superstar.

Byron Ryder March 2, 2011, 6:10 PM

We all can have a vacation like celebrities when we have a lot of money. I and my wife wanted to see Europe and we visited France, Spain, Greece and in the last days of our trip we decided to go to Italy and to enjoy one of the Carnival Cruises suggested by the travel agency. It was a perfect ending for a perfect trip.

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