Working hard and going home with a miserable paycheck is definitely a heartbreaking experience. So, what’s the best way to cheer up and pretend you don’t really need the money? We suggest you go on a vacation in a private island resort.
With the variety of private-island resort accommodations to choose from, picking the best one can be a hard task, especially that each one of them has varying features and amenities to boast. Although they all come with outrageous price tags, rest assured you’ll get all the relaxation and comfort you could ever want.
Check out these five private island resorts that are becoming popular tourist destinations today:
1. Rosewood Jumby Bay’s Lazy Lizard Estate, Caribbean
Situated on a private island in the Caribbean, Rosewood Jumby Bay’s Lazy Lizard Estate is a 5-acre estate, featuring a large private pool, a tennis court, a gym, six guest suites, and one main house. It is only among the 56 estate homes on the island. It is fully staffed with a housekeeper, a chef, and a butler. The average cost per night is $11,500.
2. Inn at Cuckolds, Maine
The small island of Cuckolds, Maine is home to a small and odd. This bed-and-breakfast only has two suites that could hold around six guests. Visitors can either book the suites per two-night stay for a price of $700 or reserve the whole island and stop all the public tours at a negotiable price. Two innkeepers will be in the inn to prepare breakfast and tea.
3. One&Only Hayman Island, Australia
One&Only Hayman Island, which will open on July 1, will feature larger and newly renovated suites at a price of $680 per night. The estate will come with a main pool with cabanas, a spa, a beauty salon, and a botanical garden. Guests of the resort will get the chance to discover and explore the Great Barrier Reef through the help of professional divers.
4. The Brando, Polynesia
The Brando is one of the highly-anticipated private island resorts that opened on July 2014. It was named after Marlon Brando, a legendary actor who purchased the island of Tetiaroa, French Polynesia, after completing a 1960s film in the country. In order to match the high standards of modern day hotels, the developers had to consider Brando’s eco-friendly goals. So, all 35 villas came with separate sleeping areas, outdoor tubs, private plunge pools, and recreation area.
5. Cheval Blanc Randheli, Maldives
In the Maldives, almost all resorts have their own private islands. However, the Cheval Blanc Randheli is truly a stand out. Since it opened, it has become a powerful name in the world of the rich and the famous. The resort welcomes its guests with tropical empire-inspired rooms that have private infinity pools and stunning beachfront views.