Not your average beehive!

Beyonce reportedly dropped $10,000 a night on an Airbnb rental during her stay in Northern California during Super Bowl 50.

"It was a Super weekend Airbnb," she captioned a photo of herself at the rental on Facebook on Feb. 8.

According to a listing for the property, the five-bedroom, eight-bathroom "Contemporary Masterpiece" in Los Altos Hills, California, features "sweeping views of the San Francisco Bay Area," a fitness center, vanishing edge pool, spa, outdoor fire pit and game room with full bar.

The 11-acre property is about 30 minutes away from Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California, where Beyonce stole the spotlight while making a guest appearance along with Bruno Mars in the Pepsi Super Bowl 50 Halftime Show starring Coldplay.

(According to Us Weekly, a police motorcade picked up and dropped off the 34 year old whenever she needed to leave her home away from home.)

The Queen B took to Instagram on Feb. 8 to share a photo of herself lounging by the fire pit at the luxury rental -- and enjoying those sweeping views, of course! -- while recovering from her epic performance, which has drawn some criticism in the days following the big game.

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But naturally, Beyonce isn't letting the haters get to her.

The superstar also shared a photo of herself clowning around while snuggled up with a throw blanket at the rental.

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During an appearance on "FOX & Friends," former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani called Beyonce's performance during the Super Bowl halftime show an "attack" on police officers.

"This is football, not Hollywood, and I thought it was really outrageous that she used it as a platform to attack police officers who are the people who protect her and protect us, and keep us alive," he said.

"And what we should be doing, in the African-American community and in all communities, is build up respect for police officers and focus on the fact that when something does go wrong, OK, we'll work on that," he continued.

During the performance of her new single "Formation," the former Destiny's Child lead singer donned a military-inspired DSquared2 ensemble featuring a gold X across her chest, while her backup dancers sported berets.

Some critics have drawn comparisons between Beyonce and her dancerts and Malcolm X and the Black Panthers.

But Beyonce's wardrobe really channeled another icon: Michael Jackson. Like the Queen B, the King of Pop wore a military-inspired ensemble with a gold X across his chest while performing during the 1993 Super Bowl halftime show.

With all the controversey surrounding her halftime show, no wonder Beyonce is indulging in a little R&R! We're sure it's worth every penny.