Since the holiday season is not over yet and you may still be looking for your next holiday destination, our editors continue with a special series of articles all about what the Planet has to offer best when it comes to luxury travel destinations and luxury lifestyle. So sit back, relax and enjoy this wonderful selection that The Most Expensive Homes has to offer you today!
Luxuriate in unashamedly high-tech, ultra-luxury, oversized villas in this Seychelles eco-sanctuary for endangered wildlife featuring free-roaming giant tortoises. Besides, the 11 ultra-luxurious villas are each set on a vast expanse of beach.
Hosting a maximum of 14 couples at a time who are privy to as many private beaches Fiji’s Turtle Island Resort presents the ultimate in seclusion and romance, welcoming honeymooners with private beaches for two, and all-inclusive activities.
Hayman Island’s resort combines the best of luxury digs and pristine nature. Of the 210 guestrooms, try one of the eight light-flooded Beach Villas for the ultimate in couples’ indulgence, with private pools and beach butler service.
The definitive barefooted luxury private island experience, Medjumbe personifies absolute disconnection, starting with no phone signal. Beachfront chalets line one side of the island, while the other is windswept and rugged, for indulging in castaway fantasies.
Hufaven Fushi is a stylish trend setting resort that boasts the world’s first underwater spa alongside plush high-tech villas. The 44 sumptuous, fully loaded bungalows come with private infinity pools that fuse seamlessly with the sea.
Only 20 minutes by boat from Tahaa and 30 minutes by boat from the Raiatea airport, Vahine Island Resort is an exclusive hideaway paradise settled on a 10-acre private island north of Tahaa with spectacular far-reaching views take on the main island and extend to Raiatea, Bora Bora, and Huahine.
This multiple-award-winning resort is the ultimate in barefoot luxury. Set on two small islands, Song Saa Private Island Resort is a 40-minute speedboat trip from Sihanoukville. The villas all have private pools and there are three categories: jungle, ocean view, and overwater, which are all partly created and tastefully decorated with driftwood and recycled old fishing boats.