HERE IS a sneak peek inside the Kardashian family’s vacation home in Lake Tahoe that boasts 17 bedrooms and a private movie theater.
The cosy cabin is set on a lush 15-acre estate and offers stunning lake views, a huge deck with fire pits and costs a cool $6,000 a night.
Kim, 40, and her famous family have been sharing their cute snowy getaway with their followers on Instagram showing off their stunning surroundings.
Joining the mom-of-four on the holiday were her sisters Kourtney, 41, and Khloé Kardashian, 36, plus younger siblings Kendall, 25, Kylie Jenner, 23, and Matriarch Kris Jenner, 65.
Making sure they were being kept busy while in the beautiful cabin, a production crew were also present to keep track of all the highs and lows for their reality show, Keeping Up With the Kardashians.
TMZ reported the footage of the household and festivities will be shown for the 20th season of their E! series.
The fabulous property previously featured on Arie Luyendyk's season of The Bachelor in 2018, and is named Gunbarrel Lodge, after the iconic Heavenly Ski Resort.
Sleeping up to 23 people, the home also comes equipped with a private movie theater with comfy theater recliner chairs, and has a 160 inch HD Movie screen.
And if it gets too cold for the residents to go outside, there is also an indoor pool, foosball table, two hot tubs, a ping pong table, a massive bar and a sauna.
Kim and her sisters have shared lots of photos of themselves having a great time in the snow during their two-day trip.
The $12.1 million home offers guests panoramic views of snow capped mountains, turquoise waters and provides its exclusive residents with a private gated entrance.
The Kardashian-Jenner clan returned just in time for LA's second lockdown after Mayor Eric Garcetti signed an order forcing residents to remain in their homes and prohibit all non-essential travel.
The order read: “Failure to comply with this order shall constitute a misdemeanor subject to fines and imprisonment.”
The family came under fire from their followers and fans due to the pandemic, which has seen COVID-19 spike nationwide with over 421K confirmed cases in Los Angeles alone.
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