Inside Netflix's incredible £17m Too Hot To Handle beachside villa with pool, cinema and private chef
TOO Hot To Handle is back and bigger than ever – thanks to the impressive £17million beachside villa the stars will be staying in.
Located in the tropical Atlantic ocean in Turks and Caicos, the sprawling estate sits at the tip of Providenciales island on Turtle Tail beach.
The Turtle Tail estate will become the home for the ten hot and single new contestants for the second series of Netflix's hit reality dating show.
Boasting five bedrooms, a movie theatre, tennis court and an infinity pool with views of the ocean, the villa is more impressive than ever.
The home – which is worth a staggering £17million – includes a private chef on site to provide cocktails and nibbles on the large sun-deck out back.
Downstairs, there is also a games room complete with tables for various sports, a fully-equipped gym and a large dining room seating ten.
There are also a number of plush bathrooms throughout the property, with free-standing baths made from impressive natural stone.
Previous guests of the impressive holiday, which has had its fair share of famous guests, include Rihanna and P Diddy.
The villa makes an impressive background for the world's hottest dating show, which will see ten sexy new singles arrive on the island.
With a prize fund of $100,000 up for grabs – the only rule they must follow is complete celibacy – no kissing, no petting and no self-gratification.
The first captivating season, filmed in Mexico, saw it become an instant hit around the world, topping Netflix’s “most watched” list in TEN countries.
Now it is back with fewer contestants but just as much heat as it shifts location to the Turks and Caicos Islands in the Bahamas with a collection of stunners from across the globe, including three Brits.
Cam, a 24-year-old personal trainer from Wales, Emily, 27, a model from England and Nathan, 27, a former stripper from England, will take part.
They join a global cast – coming from New Zealand, France, Canada and America, to compete for the huge $100,000 prize fund.
One of last year’s contestants Chloe Veitch, 22, from Essex, said: “The villa is full of sexy singletons, so everyone just wants to jump on each other.
“It’s like heaven. The villa is stunning, you’re always in a bikini, so everyone has always got their bodies out.
“I resisted temptation because my family said to me, ‘Please don't have sex on telly’. One turn-off is the sound of your mum and nan echoing in your head.”
Too Hot To Handle is available to stream on Netflix from June 23.
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