Katy Perry was a guest earlier this year at Villa Gusto, and now the luxury hotel is up for sale. She stayed at the hotel before her famous bushfire concert. The owners are expecting to get $3 Million to $3.5 Million. The 36-years old celebrity star Katy Perry has stayed at the Alpine retreat in March. The owners are looking expecting more than $3 Million for the sprawling property. Katy has stayed at the luxurious property for one night.Image Credit: Daily Finance Center
Katy Perry stayed at the lavish boutique-style hotel in Buckland valley for her Bushfire relief concert. The hotel is now up for sale. Only after an hour, Katy took the stage; the World Health Organization declared a pandemic. And a few hours later, the Australian Government announced a ban on mass gatherings of people more than 500. Multiple concerts were going to be held to help the affected communities due to the bushfire, but all of them were canceled, and then everyone knows what happened. The hotel in Buckland is flashy and luxurious, and after Katy’s stay at Villa Gusto, the charm and fascination of the Alpine retreat have elevated. Her stay was memorable not only for the Hotel owners but for the local community as they have enjoyed her ferocious performance. However, now the hotel has been listed for sale, and the owners are expecting $3 Million to $3.5 Million.
Villa Gusto Hotel in Buckland, where Katy Perry stayed, listed for sale. She stayed over there earlier this year in March. Katy was in Buckland for the Bushfire relief concert and has performed for the local community. According to Mr. Edwards, it was a memorable experience for himself and the staff. Katy was her with all her entourage before the Bushfire Relief Concert. Perry enjoyed a lot at the boutique-style hotel. She rented out the entire retreat before the concert. Her stay was cut short due to the coronavirus pandemic. She performed for a crowd of thousands, but the later subsequent performances were canceled.