You and 13 friends can now stay in an Arizona mansion with a swim-up bar and lazy river

You and 13 friends can now stay in an Arizona mansion with a swim-up bar and lazy river

If you want to go the extra mile with your next vacation, then let's be honest, you could do a lot worse than renting a mansion in Arizona that comes replete with a lazy river and swim-up bar.

In the likely event that you can find 13 friends who are as excited as you by the prospect of a mini golf course, home cinema, outdoor kitchen and afore-mentioned aqua-based frivolities, then this just be your ultimate vacation pad.

Check out this incredible $15m beach house built into a rock:

Per Insider, the mansion is 6,158-square-foot and available to rent throughout the year on Airbnb. Among its many enticing features is the colossal pool, which - according to the Airbnb listing - is one of the largest residential pools in the state of Arizona.

The listing reads;

"We are proud to present “The Pool House”. This property has the #1 top rated pool in Scottsdale.

"Over half a million dollars was spent on the resort style pool area to create a one-of-a-kind showpiece.

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"This home has one of the largest residential pools in the entire state of Arizona.

"Everything is brand-new inside and out. A full renovation of the property was just completed."

What's more, the Airbnb listing states that the pool can be heated in the winter months.

Insider reports that the stunning property comes at a cost of $2,195 during the weekend and $1,795 throughout the week, without additional amenities.

And when you've had enough of splashing about in the mammoth pool, you can go and shoot some hoop:

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Or practice your driving game:

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Per the Airbnb listing, you've got 7 bedrooms, 11 beds and five bathrooms at your disposal, so there's plenty of room for you and all of your guests to spread out.

So what do you think? Is this Arizona pad your next vacation destination? Personally, I'm all in.