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The 8 Most Luxurious Tropical Vacation Destinations

By: Sharp Staff|November 25, 2014



Casa el Destino, Punta Mita, Mexico

A villa at Casa el Destino comes complete with 7 bedrooms (each with their own private terrace and ocean view), a babysitter, housekeeper and private chef. With an infinity pool, spa, beach clubs and two golf courses, you might never even make it to the beach.

$10,000 to $15,000 a night

Casa el Destino, Punta Mita, Mexico

Coco Prive Kuda Hithl Island, Maldives

You’ll never look at your condo amenities the same ever again. Rental residences (only 5) on this 13,000 sq. ft. island feature bedrooms that open out to the ocean, a beachside infinity pool and an additional garden-covered pool with a fireplace in the centre. Not to mention the private waitstaff, chef and on site sommelier.

From $220,000 a week

Isla de sa Ferradura, Spain

This 14-acre private island is located in the Mediterranean off the coast of Ibiza. Included on the island (in addition to the usual pool, bar and wine bodega) is access to a tropical lagoon – waterfall included – and a cave that has been converted into a spa.

$230,000 a week

Motu Tane, French Polynesia

This private island resort is located off the coast of Bora Bora, accessible with a 10-minute boat ride from the main island. Rented out to only one group at a time, the 3 acre island boasts a private chef, amazing suites and exclusive use of the hotel’s 36ft. boat.

From $30,000 a night

Musha Cay, Bahamas

Musha Cay, Bahamas

Owned by David Copperfield, yes that David Copperfield, this spot is actually 11 private islands that stretch over 700 acres. Visitors can rent the 10,000 sq ft main house and access any one of the 40 sand beaches.

$37,500 a day

Necker Island, British Virgin Islands

Entirely surrounded by coral reef, you can tell Sir Richard Branson visualized paradise when he built Necker Island. Along with stunning views and incredible island fauna (200 flamingoes to be exact) a 60-person staff is on hand at all times to ensure your comfort.

$51,000 a day; $357,000 a week; $1,428,000 a month

Necker Island, British Virgin Islands

Turtle Island, Fiji

With 500 acres and 14 beaches at your disposal, there will never be a dearth of activities to engage in. Once you’ve had your fill of reef fishing, hiking, sailing, scuba diving or windsurfing, treat yourself to a private dinner either on a secluded beach or a mountain top.

From $290,000 a week

Zephyr Palace, Costa RIca

Overlooking the Pacific Ocean and bordering a tropical forest, Zephyr Palace is allowed to seem a little ostentatious. It’s a mansion on a cliff over a beach. All the usual amenities are available including one little extra: you can rent out the whole mansion to yourself.

$9,300 a night

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