Have you ever wondered where the world’s wealthiest people go to unwind and relax during the cold winter months? It may be at one of the following destinations. Here we listed the most expensive holiday destinations. There are Olympic-quality slopes, Chateau rentals, and Richard Branson’s own island to choose from. The least expensive trip on our list, of course, costs over $10,000 a night!
Casa El Destino, Punta Mita, Mexico
Punta Mita means “mythical point” in Spanish, and the spear-shaped peninsula, which juts picturesquely into the Pacific Ocean between Mexico’s Banderas Bay and Litigu Bay and is bordered by nine miles of gorgeous beaches, may have tourists pinching themselves to make sure they’re not daydreaming.
An oceanfront infinity pool, spa, two beach clubs, and two Jack Nicklaus golf courses are all available to guests. At your disposal are a personal chef, estate manager, housekeeper, babysitter, and concierge. The villa accommodates 14 people, and each of the seven bedrooms has its own patio with a view of the ocean.
Rate: $10,000 – $15,000 per night, or $70,000 – $105,000 per week
Villa Bellissima VI, Siena, Italy
An ancient medieval pilgrimage route from Canterbury to Rome passes through this 800-year-old agricultural town in Tuscany. The villa has 22 suites, an outdoor patio, a library, a study, a bar, a conference center, and a screening room, as well as access to a 60-foot swimming pool, a contemporary fitness center, a spa, tennis, basketball, and bocce courts.
Villa Bellissima’s guests tend to return year after year. The villa is a 300-year-old farmhouse that has been meticulously renovated and equipped with modern amenities. Villa Bellissima is located on a hill overlooking a gorgeous valley midway between Rome and Florence, with broad views of the Umbrian countryside. It combines the best of both worlds: a tranquil rural location with modern facilities.
Rate: $137,000 per week
Isla de sa Ferradura, Spain
Off the coast of Ibiza, Spain, a 14-acre private island in the Mediterranean. Hacienda, kitchen, pool, bar, and wine bodega are all fully functional. A subtropical lagoon with a waterfall and a subterranean cave turned into a spa are both available.
Rate: $230,000 per week
Hugh Hefner Sky Villa, Palms Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada
A $700,000 jacuzzi, rotating bed, plasma screen TVs, poker table, outdoor patio, and 24/7 butler service are among the amenities of this fully equipped gym, media room, dining area, sauna, and spa. This place is among the most expensive holiday destinations in the world. Kanye West, Common, Soulja Boy, and T-Pain are among the regulars.
Rate: $34,000 per night
Musha Cay, Bahamas
It consists of 11 private islands with a total area of 700 acres and 40 sand beaches. Four guest homes, a private airstrip, and a 10,000 square foot main house David Copperfield owns the islands and believes the ‘Fountain of Youth’ is concealed on one of them.
Rate: $37,500 per day (four-night minimum)
Nygard Cay, Bahamas
Waterslides, pools, hot tubs, tennis courts, and an 85-foot boat are all available to guests at this Robinson Crusoe-inspired island paradise. This island is definitely one of the world’s most expensive holiday destinations for the rich. Even Oprah agrees that the island is extravagant: “After visiting Nygard Cay, I am not living large enough!”
Rate: $42,000 per day
Royal Villa at Grand Resort Lagonissi, Athens, Greece
The Royal Villa, created for royal and distinguished visitors, encompasses the essence of luxury in its magnificently furnished interior and external areas, welcoming guests to experience the pinnacle of luxury living.
Guests are invited to sunbathe on the spacious outdoor patio, swim in the clear waters of the pool, keep up their workout program while on vacation, and walk down their own private path to the bay’s beautiful coastline.
A business center, heated pools, steam rooms, a private beach, a marina, butlers, chefs, and a personal pianist are all available to guests. There are ten eateries on the site, the majority of which can accommodate large groups. Car, boat, and jet rentals, limousine transportation everywhere you go, and even a choice of bedding and linens are all included in the Five Star Diamond Awards services.
Rate: $50,000 per night
Necker Island, British Virgin Islands
Necker Island, Sir Richard Branson’s own Caribbean island paradise, is located in a gorgeous and unspoiled part of the Caribbean. Necker is a 74-acre island encircled by coral reefs and surrounded by stunning white sand beaches in turquoise seas. Along with being one of the world’s most expensive holiday destinations, the island may be booked solely for parties of up to 40 people, or you can still enjoy the Necker experience if you don’t want to hire it entirely.
On Necker Island, there are 11 guest rooms and one master suite in the Great House, as well as eight other Bali Houses scattered around the island. In the Great House, there is also a bunk room that can accommodate up to six kids.
Rate: $51,000 per day, $357,000 per week, or $1,428,000 per month
Royal Penthouse Suite, Hotel President Wilson, Geneva, Switzerland
We have exactly the spot for you if you want to experience how the other half lives in one of the most expensive holiday destinations The Royal Penthouse Suite of the Hotel President Wilson in Geneva is known for being Europe’s largest suite, measuring 1680 square meters, and has hosted a number of celebrities and leaders.
The suite is on the hotel’s whole top floor and features a panoramic balcony with stunning views of Lake Geneva. On clear evenings, the wraparound patio has a telescope for stargazing.
The magnificent suite features 12 luxury bedrooms, allowing you to invite all of your friends and party. The marble bathrooms in the bedrooms have Hermès bath goods. The two master bedrooms each constitute a significant walk-in closet and a marble bathroom with a jacuzzi overlooking the lake, as well as a separate shower, steam shower, and mirror TV.
Rate: $52,000 per night