See Inside the Stunning Lake Tahoe House Where the “Vanderpump Rules” Cast Vacationed Together

The reality stars take their first trip together following Tom Sandoval’s cheating scandal on Tuesday’s episode of the hit Bravo series

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The cast of 'Vanderpump Rules' (left) split with the Lake Tahoe home they vacationed at (right).

The Vanderpump Rules cast is bringing the drama to Lake Tahoe!

On Tuesday’s episode of the hit Bravo series, viewers watch the aftermath of Tom Sandoval’s cheating scandal with Raquel Leviss unfold on screen as the cast takes their first vacation together since the blowup.

After arriving at a stunning lakefront vacation home, Tom Schwartz marvels at the “air of peace” he’s noticing between his castmates on the relaxing getaway. He adds that the group even feels like “one happy family again” despite Ariana Madix (Sandoval’s ex who he cheated on) and Katie Maloney deciding to pass on the trip.

From Brock Davies confronting Sandoval for putting everyone in an uncomfortable position, to Sandoval thanking his castmates for being so “friendly” to him — the tension is certainly brewing at the lake house.

Related: Ariana Madix Is Suing Tom Sandoval Over Their Shared L.A. Home



The gorgeous home where the ugly drama unfolds is a 4,204-square-foot vacation rental property. It features six bedrooms and five full bathrooms and is currently available for bookings on Vrbo. According to the listing, the home costs an average of $2,314 a night and can sleep up to ten people.

As seen on Tuesday night's episode, the property features breathtaking views of the lake and offers a private deck where guests can soak up the sun or unwind in the hot tub.



Dubbed “Home of the Stars,” the three-level abode was once a temporary home for Sahara Tahoe Hotel & Casino performers from 1965 to 1983, per the listing. Elvis Presley was known to have a private suite at the Sahara as well.

Related: VPR: As Sandoval Confesses the Depths of His Mental Health Struggle, His Costars Focus on His 'Villain Energy'



Looking inside the space, the lower level has access to the dock and lakefront deck while also boasting amenities for entertaining, including a foosball table, TV and kitchenette.

The third level is where the bedrooms and dry sauna can be found. Meanwhile, the second holds a sitting area and living room equipped with a fireplace and pool table.



Also on the second level is the spacious kitchen where Davies confronts Sandoval about the impact his affair had on everyone. In response, Sandoval agrees, “What I did was horrible, but neither Raquel nor I did that out of any sort of malicious intent.”

He adds, “We felt that things were done towards us with very specific malicious intent,” referring to his castmates’ treatment of him following his affair, such as Scheana Shay pointing out his “villian energy.”

Related: Vanderpump Rules' Tom Schwartz Calls Out One of Ariana Madix's 'Lower Moments' in Cringeworthy Confrontation



In the midst of the Lake Tahoe trip, Madix is seen back at the L.A. home she shares with Sandoval. The exes are still living in the abode they purchased in 2019 and remodeled together in 2021. They are currently navigating how to part ways with it after their March 2023 split.

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During Tuesday’s episode, Madix reveals that Sandoval wants to “buy me out of this place” which she doesn’t think is fair because they both acquired expensive and meaningful furniture together throughout the years.

As a result, Madix filed a lawsuit against Sandoval in January 2024 in which she requests they sell their shared home and evenly split the proceeds. Her ex quickly shut down her request with his own countersuit (filed in February) that argues a partition of the home should not be granted.

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