Top 10 Most Expensive Vacations in the World
See the top 10 most expensive vacations in the world. If you want to go to vacation maybe you need to think twice before you want to spend your holiday in this place. A vacation or holiday is a specific trip or journey, usually for the purpose of recreation or tourism. People often takes a vacation during specific holiday observances, or for specific festivals or celebrations. Vacations are often spent with friends or family.
10. Casa El Destino, Punta Mita, Mexico
Access to ocean-front infinity pool, spa, two beach clubs, and two Jack Nicklaus golf courses. Personal chef, estate manager, housekeepers, babysitter, and concierge at your service. Villa sleeps 14; all 7 bedrooms have private terraces with ocean view. Rate $10,000 – $15,000 per night, or $70,000 – $105,000 per week.
9. Deerfield Estate, Heber City, Utah
Minutes from Park City–setting of the Sundance Film Festival and 2002 Winter Olympics. Ski-in, ski-out access to Deer Crest and Deer Valley. Includes 7 master suites, 11 bathrooms, 8 fireplaces, fitness room, billiards, wine cellar, 14-seat theater, ski prep room, private gondola, and 24-hour staffed gate entrance. Rate $12,000 – $17,000 per night.
8. Villa Bellissima VI, Siena, Italy
800 year-old farming village in Tuscany, and the throughpass of a historic medieval pilgrimage route from Canterbury to Rome. Villa encompasses 22 suites, outdoor terrace, library, study, bar, conference facility, and screening room. Access to 60′ swimming pool, modern fitness center, spa, tennis, basketball and bocce courts. Rate $137,000 per week.
7. Isla de sa Ferradura, Spain
14-acre private island in the Mediterranean, off the coast of Ibiza, Spain. Fully developed with hacienda, kitchen, pool, bar, and wine bodega. Access to a subtropical lagoon with waterfall, and a secret cave that’s been converted into a spa. Rate $230,000 per week.
6. Hugh Hefner Sky Villa, Palms Casino Las Vegas, Nevada
Fully equipped with gym, media room, dining room, sauna, and spa. Amenities include a $700,000 jacuzzi, rotating bed, plasma screen TVs, poker table, outdoor terrace, and 24/7 butler service. Frequent guests include Kanye West, Common, Soulja Boy and T-Pain. Rate $34,000 per night.
5. Musha Cay, Bahamas
Encompasses 11 private islands, spanning 700 acres and 40 sand beaches. Private airstrip, 10,000 sq. foot main house, and four guest houses. Owned by David Copperfield, who claims the ‘Fountain of Youth’ is hidden on one of the islands. Rate $37,500 per day (four-night minimum).
4. Nygard Cay, Bahamas
Robinson Crusoe-inspired island playground. Waterslides, pools, hot tubs, tennis courts, and an 85 foot yacht at guests disposal. The island is extravagant even for Oprah’s taste, “After seeing Nygard Cay, I am not living large enough!”. Rate $42,000 per day.
3. Royal Villa at Grand Resort Lagonissi, Athens, Greece
Access to business center, heated pools, steam rooms, private beach, marina, butlers, chefs, and a personal pianist. 10 restaurants on premise, most of which hold Five Star Diamond Awards. Services include car, yacht and jet rentals, limousine transport wherever you go, even choice of pillows and linens. Rate $50,000 per night.
2. Necker Island, British Virgin Islands
Built by Sir Richard Branson. The island is occupied by 60 staff members, 200 flamingos, and is entirely surrounded by a coral reef. Google cofounder Larry Page had his wedding here. Rate $51,000 per day, $357,000 per week, or $1,428,000 per month.
1. Royal Penthouse Suite, Hotel President Wilson, Geneva, Switzerland
Top floor, four-bedroom suite overlooking Lake Geneva and the Alps. Cocktail lounge accommodates up to 40 guests. Two restaurants on premise, open-air saltwater pool, meeting rooms and a personal assistance also available. Rate $52,000 per night of this most expensive vacations.