The Most Extravagant Holiday Villas in the World
While many people resort to holiday villas as a way of getting the most out of their travels at lower costs, this is not always the case. Some visitors are interested in enjoying luxury at its best. Let us take a look at some of the most extravagant villas in the world.
Royal Villa, Grand Resort Lagonissi
Located in Athens, the Royal Villa is one of the most expensive villas in the world. It covers 120 acres of premium coastline where visitors enjoy a private beach among others. They will also get the services of personal butler, chef and pianist. The villa provides outstanding design, features, decoration and services.
Situated on the eastern part of the peninsula, the Royal Villa features king size beds in its two master bedrooms with remote-controlled mattresses, fireplace in the spacious living room and brand name paintings among others. Each bedroom has a large marble-lined bathroom, and there is also a guest bath. A secondary bedroom has two single beds.
The villa has a fully equipped kitchenette and separate bar area. Outdoors, visitors enjoy barbecue facilities and heated pool. There is another heated pool indoors, steam bath and fully equipped gym.
The business centre includes a video phone, fax machine, scanner, printer, laptop and high-speed Internet access.
Visitors can come to the Royal Villa with a private jet from any European international airport. Nightly accommodation is $50,000, and the villa can accommodate up to five people.
This exquisite villa is found on Desroches Island in the Seychelles. The villa derives its name from Madame Zabre beach, which is famous for its pristine sand.
The villa boasts of three private spa retreats and three private outdoor and indoor swimming pools with each bedroom having its own. Visitors will get the services of fully trained masseuse, butler and chef. They will also have stunning views of the ocean because all three bedrooms face the ocean and have glass fronts.
Staying at Madame Zabre Spa Retreat costs about $15,535 a night.
This is Sir Richard Branson’s private island where visitors can enjoy some of the greatest pleasures of life, including an expansive villa. The island covers 74 acres of the British Virgin Islands, which Sir Richard bought in 1978 and started offering as a luxury retreat in 1984.
The Great House has six spacious rooms and Junior Suite, all of which have separate balconies. The Master Suite has a private terrace and Jacuzzi. Six Bali Houses are situated in various parts of the island meant to provide tropical seclusion.
Visitors can enjoy three days of bliss at the island for $11,490 in the winter. Alternatively, they can spend $26,600 for seven days in the fall. These charges include transportation from Beef Island or Virgin Gorda airports, accommodation, food, drinks, watersports and access to Jacuzzi, freshwater pool and tennis courts. Visitors may even get the chance to enjoy a hot tub in the company of Sir Richard.
For exclusive use of the island, which can accommodate up to 28 people, visitors should expect to pay morethan $53,000 a night. The visitors are normally required to stay for at least five nights.
Built way back in 1863 in the highlands of West Scotland, the castle has been converted into a holiday villa where visitors can enjoy a range of activities. Almost everything brings memories of the past, including antique furniture. Visitors can pay $100,000 to enjoy the castle for between six and eight days depending on the season.
Located close to Lucca town, Villa Guinigi e Borgo di Matraia offers a range of impressive services and facilities. The villa can accommodate up to 44 guests in its 25 rooms, 16 of which are bedrooms. The basement houses different amenities, including sauna, indoor heated swimming pool and gymnasium among others.
Visitors pay €25,000 a week.
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