When you become outrageously wealthy, these are the places you’ll want to go to. If you dream about traveling to beautiful secluded places and being pampered day and night, then we have just the right recommendations for you.
“In order to understand the world, one has to turn away from it on occasion.”
― Albert Camus
If you are going alone…
Sonora Resort, British Columbia: $500 per night
When someone mentions a private island, you probably think of the tropics. But it doesn’t have to be so. Sonora Resort connects insular solitude with the beauty of the North. Here, you will be able to see the grizzly bears, go fly-fishing, take a wilderness tour, or kayak in the sea.
At the end of an adventure-filled day, you will be able to enjoy a five-star spa, after which you will return to your large suite with a fantastic ocean view. Arrival to this heavenly place is by a water taxi or a helicopter ride from Vancouver.
Rates per room start at $500 and include all fine dining meals, most of the drinks, and all resort facilities – saunas, tennis courts, and fly-fishing ponds full of fish. Extra activities are whitewater rafting, helicopter glacier tour, salmon fishing…
Cocoa Island, Maldives: $750 per night
Here you are not actually staying on an island because your accommodations are out. Over the azure waters and connected to Cocoa Island by a boardwalk. If you are imagining little straw huts, you are wrong. There is anything from a split-level suite to a two-bedroom villa, and, of course, every place has a private sun deck.
So if you decide to pamper yourself, this place is perfect. It also offers activities like catamaran snorkeling trips, fishing, scuba diving and island hopping trips. If you stay over the water, you can enjoy the room service, but if you decide to dine on the island, the restaurants are offering South Indian, Asian and Mediterranean options for your excellent dining experience. Rates for this paradise start at $750 per night.
If you are going with a partner…
Villa Corallina, Tahiti: $350 per night per couple
This little resort goes a long way in giving you a genuine Robinson Crusoe experience. Located on Motu Fareone, a small island off the coast of Moorea, this resort is actually one villa. Nothing else. No roads, just the beach, coconuts, and the sea. Food can be brought from Moorea, or you could take the free shuttle boat across the lagoon for the meals. If you want to spend some quality time with your beloved one, this paradise location is just perfect. Rates start at $350 per night for two.
Guana Island, British Virgin Islands: $695 a night per couple
This island has 850 acres, but no public access. It has seven beaches with white sand, and average visitation rate is about 30 guests at any given time. The island is rich with flora and fauna, and a multitude of bird species. Yoga, tennis lessons, snorkeling – everything is available to you.
Staying in one of the sea-view cottages with an all-inclusive accommodation will cost you and your partner $695 per night.
If you want to party…
Cayo Espanto, Belize: $1,295 per villa per night
A tiny four-acre island, which is a short-boat-ride from the mainland, offers a pampering of a lifetime. Once you are there, the entire staff of your villa is on the dock to greet you. And your staff consists of a butler, personal chef, personal dive master, and maids.
There are only seven villas on the island, and one of them will be yours. Every one of them is right on the edge of the emerald water, and everyone has an infinity edge pool. Rates are all-inclusive, and you can have a villa at $1,295 per night. Or, if you want to spend quality time with your friends, you can rent the whole island for $11.000.
Musha Cay, The Bahamas: $37.500 a night per 12 guests
Musha Cay and The Islands of Copperfield Bay are a part of the “Out Islands“ of the Exumas and are a collection of eleven amazingly beautiful isles of pure heaven. This resort has an interesting all-or-nothing policy. You must rent the entire island for as many as 24 guests in five guesthouses. Their basic offer is $37.500 per day for up to 12 guests and includes all beverages and all meals. If you want to add something special to this experience, you can go deep-sea fishing, diving, have a personal fireworks show or a treasure hunt!