11 Places Only Millionaires Can Visit

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We all know that there are countries to visit that are way too expensive than the others. But then again, there are also these places that are only intended for the rich and the famous, such as the luxury hotels, private islands, and the outer space. Although going to these places seems impossible for the average Joe, we can just marvel at their stunning views through this list.

11. Soori Estate, Bali

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Many think that Soori Estate in Bali is a private island, when actually its not. This probably because the 5,250 square meter mansion boasts 10 bedrooms, a giant-sized concrete and wood deck, a luxurious landscaped garden, and a 230-square meter infinity pool. Aside from that, it also has a spa, a gym, and a helipad.

10. Cocoa Island, Maldives

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Cocoa Island is a private island in the Maldives. It has 33 overwater suites that allow the guests to enjoy beautiful view of the crystal clear waters and swim off directly into the corals. The place is widely known for offering holistic wellness treatments, excellent South Indian cuisine, and world class diving. Although the prices depend on your income, the minimum cost per day for a two-bedroom villa is $5,000.

9. Sandy Lane Resort, Barbados

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The Sandy Lane Resort in Barbados is one luxurious resort that caters only to the people who have money and to those who know how to appreciate simple yet fine things in life, such as the royalties, the rich, and the famous. When the place was renovated, it cost the owners a total of $450 million. When it was reopened, the prestigious hotel received a number of awards, which include the number one hotel spa of Travel + Leisure in the Bahamas, Bermuda, and in the Caribbean, and Trip Advisor’s top luxury hotel in the Caribbean. The smallest rooms of the 112-room hotel measure 65 square meters.

8. Soneva Fushi, Maldives

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The Soneva Fushi resort in western Maldives is a private-island getaway that is frequently visited by the rich and the famous. Among its patrons are the famed celebrities Paul McCartney, Madonna, and Gwyneth Paltrow. Unless you are a millionaire, you won’t afford to visit the place.

7. Castle Leslie, Ireland

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Currently owned by the fourth baronet Sir Jack Leslie, Castle Leslie is a mansion that was built in Ireland in 1870.  This 1,000-acre property boasts 20 amazing bedrooms that match the eccentric personality of the owner. The castle suites do not have televisions and telephones. But, it features original Victorian “Crapper” toilets. Often times, millionaires book the place for special occasions. Sir Paul McCartney and Sir Mick Jagger are among the celebrities, who have visited and stayed at the castle.

6. Royal Villa, Grand Resort Lagonissi, Athens

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The Royal Villa at the Grand Resort Lagonissi in Athens serves as the epitome of luxury. Aside from the best accommodation it offers, this spectacular place has heated indoor pools, a fully equipped gym, and a dedicated butler. One night at the villa costs $35,000.

5. Penthouse Suite, Grand Hyatt Cannes Hotel Martinez

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Among the top notch restaurants and luxurious hotels in Cannes, France, the Grand Hyatt Cannes Hotel Martinez is considered the most luxurious. Though it has absolutely stunning rooms, its Penthouse Suite on the seventh floor is the best. It comes with four bedrooms, two luxurious marble bathrooms, and a dining room. It also has a bubbly hot water spa that overlooks the Bay of Cannes. Each night costs $37,500.

4. Hilltop Estate, Laucala Island Resort, Laucala Island, Fiji

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Owned by Red Bull billionaire Dietrick Mateschitz, the Hilltop Estate at Laucala Island Resort in Fiji isn’t opened to just anyone. As a matter of fact, Mateschitz chooses his guests that only those with enough money to pay for the expensive nightly rate can enjoy the privilege of staying here. If given the chance, you can swim and snorkel in the pristine, horseback riding on the shorelines, experience gourmet dining, and try treatments at the spa.

3. Ty Warner Penthouse, Four Seasons Hotel, New York City

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In order to complete they Ty Warner Penthouse at the 52nd floor of the Four Seasons Hotel in New York City, it took 7 years. And, it also needed $50 million. It is currently the highest hotel suite in the city. One night at this penthouse costs a whopping $45,000. The place, which is filled with about 100 books about art and culture, can accommodate up two three adults.

2. Royal Penthouse Suite, Hotel President, Geneva

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Although Switzerland is known to be one of the most expensive countries to visit in the world, it also became famous for the expensive Royal Penthouse Suite at Hotel President in Geneva. On average, one night in the suite costs up to $67,000. Among the known guests the hotel has serviced are Rihanna, Bill Gates, Michael Jackson, and Richard Branson.

1. Mars

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By 2030, the government of the United Kingdom believes that space tourism will be worth as much as $76 million. Also, they believe that the space industry will be worth more than $30 billion. Although lots of spaceports constructed in different parts of the world, there are 8 that are already built in the United States. If you are a millionaire, there are chances that you can afford an intergalactic trip.

So, do you intend to spend a night in any of these places? Well, you better start saving up.

 

 



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