During a residency in Las Vegas, Adele was offered a villa for $35,500 a night.
The 34-year-old singer is being offered a free stay at the luxury Nobu Villa, which is part of the Nobu Hotel, ahead of her highly-anticipated residency at Caesars Palace Coliseum in November.
A source told The Sun in the newspaper’s Sunday Bizarre column: ‘Adele is being given the most amazing VIP package of any artist.
“She will be able to order food at any Caesars restaurant and have a liquor cabinet stocked with all the drinks she wants.”
The villa has a huge patio overlooking the Las Vegas Strip and a BBQ pit.
The suite is open to Adele for a three-month stay and normally costs $3.2 million.
Adele was previously forced to postpone her performances at Caesars Palace after COVID affected her backstage team.
The award-winning star recently admitted she feels “embarrassed” about the last-minute postponement.
She said: “The first couple of months were very, very difficult. I was embarrassed.
“But it actually boosted my confidence because it was a very brave thing to do. And I don’t think many people would do what I did.
“I am very proud of myself for standing up for my artistic needs. It just had no soul.”
Adele also offered insight into her upcoming residency, explaining that she’s creating a “really beautiful” show.
The ‘Someone Like You’ hitmaker said: ‘I want to tell the story of the beginning of my career until now.
“It’s very, very nostalgic. It will be very beautiful. Obviously I don’t have dots when I talk. That’s why my shows are so messy. I once gave, for example, an hour-long speech about an aquarium. “