A few days we heard about Demi Moore having checked-into the posh rehab center, Cirque Lodge, in Utah. Now info is emerging about how much that treatment center costs and who else has been there. Read on for all the details.
So… here are some of the deets… Cirque Lodge costs $30,000 for a 30 day treatment cycle, so roughly $1,000 per day. The lodge is located in the magnificent mountain setting of Sundance and claims to be “the nation’s finest drug treatment centers providing services for alcohol and substance abuse”.
What will Demi have on offer?
There is over 100,000 square feet in the multi-story Studio which is surrounded by over twelve private acres. Sleeping rooms for residents are first-class, and amenities include a sauna, exercise and recreation rooms.Stunning views from each room help residents connect with their higher power. The lower level of the drug Cirque Lodge Drug Rehab Center in Sundance and alcohol rehab center contains residents rooms, laundry and a fully equipped exercise room and sauna.
Here is a pic of one of the rooms which Demi might be staying in. Well, at least this is the pic advertised on their website. Demi (and their past celeb patients) might have special deluxe suites…this room doesn’t look that posh? and separate single beds? does this mean that Demi might have a roommate? I dont think so…I’m thinking that there is a separate private area for guests that require extra privacy, security and luxury. Hmm….
Other stars that have spent time at this rehab center include Lindsay Lohan in 2007. Mary-Kate Olsen checked into Cirque in 2004 with an “eating-related disorder.” Chris Klein has also been there for 30 days in 2010 to take part in an addiction program. Eva Mendes and Kirsten Dunst were both there in 2008 for depression. Kirsten said, “I was struggling, and I had the opportunity to go somewhere and take care of myself…I was fortunate to have the resources to do it.”
Kirsten is right, this is a luxurious rehab center (even if the pic isn’t) and many non-celebrities would not be able to afford this kind of expensive treatment, so they are very lucky. Many people would never have this opportunity. Given how Chris Klein, Eva Mendes and Kirsten Dunst all benefited from the treatment, I am sure Demi will also come out stronger and healthier for it, which is really happy news.
What do you think of the pic of Demi’s maybe room?