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Top 3 Most Expensive Resorts In The World

Top 3 Most Expensive Resorts In The World

When it comes to travel – pictures of the beautiful sea and palm trees, expensive hotels and restaurants, and exclusive vacations – probably pop up in the minds of many. And despite the fact that you can travel on a fair budget, there are still resorts where vacations can cost several million dollars. Which resorts are considered the most expensive in the world? You’ll find out in this article.

Mustique Island, West Indies

Mustique Island is a private island in the West Indies, it is washed by the Caribbean Sea, and its area is about six hundred hectares.

The island is owned by the Mustique company, which has one hundred luxury villas and two hotels: Cotton House and Firefly. Guests such as Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philip, Kate Middleton, and others rested on this island.

On the island, you can find various types of outdoor activities: scuba diving, horseback riding, tennis, and others. Exotic rejuvenating spa treatments are also popular here.

Vacation prices on Mustique Island start at $500 per night, but you can book accommodation for at least a week. The most expensive accommodation option is a luxury house with a pool “Palm Beach” – its cost is about nine thousand dollars a day.

To get to the island, you need to fly from Barbados on one of four daily flights (the flight takes forty-five minutes).

Laucala Island, Fiji

A villa at the Laucala Island resort will cost from four thousand dollars per night, and a house – from seven thousand dollars.

Only rich and powerful people rest here because others simply cannot afford it. A lot of entertainment is available for guests – horseback riding, golf, diving, boat trip with dolphins. For gamblers, there is even a casino here. You can read about how to place bets at the casino at National Casino.

The only way to get to the island is by private jet or yacht.

Necker Island, Virgin Islands

This island is owned by British businessman Richard Branson. In his absence, the island is rented out to wealthy tourists – both by individual rooms and as a whole.

The cost of renting the whole island is eighty-seven thousand five hundred dollars per day. Guests can enjoy all the amenities that are not lacking here: five perfectly clean sandy beaches, a large open-air swimming pool, a SPA center, a sailing yacht, a couple of helipads, tennis courts, and many other amenities.

A separate double room can be rented for five thousand dollars per night. This amount includes accommodation, meals, airport transfers, unlimited alcohol, laundry service, tennis, and diving instructors. As well as a personal DJ.

The area of ​​the island is 30 hectares of untouched nature with many species of exotic birds. On all sides, the island is surrounded by coral reefs, so it is a real paradise for diving enthusiasts.

The best chefs work here, from whom you can order a dish of any cuisine of the world.

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