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Live like a Hollywood celebrity in Airbnb’s homes for the stars

Palm Springs landmark 1934 hacienda in the old “Movie Colony East” district of Palm Springs was once owned by Bing Crosby, who regularly fled Hollywood to enjoy the views of the San Jacinto mountains, the heated swimming pool and his own private citrus grove. The home also has a fireplace, vaulted ceilings and a state of the art chef’s kitchen. Three of the four bedrooms have direct access to the pool. The former homes of Frank Sinatra, Bob Hope and Howard Hughes are close by. (El Alameda, Palm Springs; $675 a night, three-night minimum)    Topanga Charlie Chaplin and Mickey Rooney at different times called this place home. This two-bedroom hideaway in Topanga Canyon is a short drive to the beach; Malibu and Santa Monica are fifteen minutes away. It combines vintage charm, high ceilings with exposed beams, and modern upgrades lik...

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