Planning a vacation is often enough to provide you with a need to vacation. From choosing travel dates to coordinating travel schedules, finding ideal flights and choosing the right location, vacation planning is often a tedious job. However, once you arrive at your intended destination, you’ll feel instantly more relaxed, especially if you’re working with an unlimited budget as many celebrities and wealthy individuals do. If you want to travel like a celebrity, you’ll want to plan your getaway at one of the most expensive vacation destinations in the world.
Located in the British Virgin Islands and owned by wealthy entrepreneur Richard Branson, Necker Island is a lovely vacation destination for the rich and famous. With 74 acres of beautiful landscaping and beaches, the island is staffed by 60 people and can accommodate 28 guests at once. Each of the 10 hilltop villas offer uninterrupted ocean views thanks to the fact that they are open air. What does it cost to stay here for just one night? Branson charges his guests $54,000 per day to visit this literal paradise.
Nygard Cay Beach Resort
Peter Nygard owns this six-acre resort in Nassau in the Bahamas. The first aspect of your vacation includes his private 727 picking you up at any airport and transporting you straight to Nassau. His private limo and Hummer will meet you at the airport to transport you to the resort. You’ll then spend the duration of your vacation surrounded by 10 bedrooms, two pools, five Jacuzzis, and any sports court you could want. You also have full use of an 82-foot yacht and three boats, as well as a staff of 20 people all for the price of $42,000 per day.
Hugh Hefner Sky Villa at the Palms
Those who can afford to travel without any regard to price might enjoy a few nights at the Palms Resort in Las Vegas. The Maloof family owns this luxury resort, and they modeled the 9,000 square-foot, two-story suite after Hef’s mansion. For $40,000 per night, you can bring 249 of your closest friends for full use of the giant suite, it’s beautiful pools and its uninterrupted views of the Las Vegas Strip as well as a full bar and even a fitness facility.
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