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Inside Justin Bieber's luxurious holiday home

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Justin Bieber has been making the most of the break in his gruelling tour schedule by enjoying a well-deserved holiday with friends on the Big Island of Hawaii. The 22-year-old splashed out for the occasion by hiring a luxurious Cliffside property known as the Waterfalling Estate, which costs £3066 ($3976) per night on holiday rental site HomeAway.

It may be pricey, but this holiday home is arguably worth every penny. This four-storey property offers incredible views over the Hawaii coastline, and sits above two picturesque waterfalls which lend the estate its name.

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Justin Bieber is staying at the Waterfalling Estate in Hawaii

With five bedrooms and seven bathrooms to accommodate Justin's friends, the house also boasts its own 450 seat tennis and basketball stadium, a nine hole pitch and putt golf course and a private chef to cater to your every culinary desire.

We can't forget the two water slides, diving board and Olympic size swimming pool where Justin and his friends have been spending their days.

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The property boasts two waterslides and incredible views across the Hawaii coastline

Pinnacle List, which currently lists the property for sale, says it has been designed to offer unparalleled sea views from every room, and also features a grand piano and pool table for alternative entertainment options.

With a four-car garage and private helipad, the Waterfalling Estate is well served for its high flying visitors including Justin, who posted a photo of himself and his friends posing next to a helicopter after arriving for their holiday.

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Justin and his friends will surely take advantage of the property's Olympic size swimming pool

Other photos Justin shared from the trip show him floating in an inflatable flamingo in water above the waterfall. "Swany cakes," he captioned the snap.

The Sorry singer is currently enjoying some downtime before resuming his Purpose world tour in the UK in October.

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