Top 5 most expensive resorts in the world

If you’re looking for the best of the best, you need to have a look at these luxury resorts. Even though they’re pretty heavy on the pocket, some of these resorts provide an experience like no other. 

1. Banwa Private Island, Palawan, Philippines $100,000 Per Night

Nestled in the Palawan archipelago, a secluded 15-acre island resort awaits at Banwa Private island, accessible by a two-hour journey via helicopter or seaplane from Manila. On this tranquil island, guests are treated to the luxury of six beachfront villas, ranging from one to four bedrooms, each boasting a private infinity pool and Jacuzzi. Additionally, 12 garden rooms and a top-level residential suite provide further accommodation options, allowing the resort to accommodate up to 48 people. 

2. Grand Resort Lagonissi, Athens, Greece, $50,000 Per Night

The Royal Villa at Grand Resort Lagonissi, Athens, Greece costs a hefty US$50,000 per night. Located by the seaside, it’s popular amongst royalty. Besides your VIP check in and out, your villa will have two master bedrooms with king size beds, a spacious living room with a fireplace and dining table, a fully equipped business centre, a fully fitted kitchen and grill as well as outdoor BBQ facilities, a hairdresser.

3. Necker Island, $44,000 Per Night

Owned by Richard Branson and located on the British Virgin Islands, Necker Island tops the list with a whole private island resort with limited villas for you to enjoy. This particular resort enjoys ‘barefoot luxury’. If you can fork up $40,000, you can opt to use the island privately with up to 21 friends.

Besides the usual luxuries both on land and water such as sailing, yoga and more; the island is also home to the most beautiful wildlife. In the evenings, you can enjoy some great parties with your friend

4. Hilltop Villa, Fiji, $44,000 Per Night

Located in Laucala island in Fiji, this hilltop resort apparently does a pre-approval for its guests. Clearly money can only take you so far. Owned by Redbull’s co-founder, it has panoramic views of the sea and island and over 120,000 square feet of bedroom space. You and your family can expect to be pampered by the private cook, chauffeur and nanny.

There are many activities on the island besides the sea activities, from going to a golf course, hiking to waterfalls and more. You need to book a minimum 4 night stay at this resort, but feel free to use the private airstrip to land your plane.  There are only 25 villas in total at this estate.

5. Maharajah Pavilion, Raj Palace, Jaipur, India $44,000 Per Night

This suite is an apartment that spans 16,000 sqft in a heritage palace turned hotel. That’s a whole 4 floors connected by a private elevator. Some of the facilities include a private lounge/lobby, a double-height reception room with vaulted apartments, library with a lavish dining room connected to a kitchen, a “pleasure pavilion” complete with private roof top terrace with a panoramic view of the city as well as a small Jacuzzi.

There is also a swimming pool.  This area also has a large soft seating lounge, a private bar, library, study area and an elegant dining complete with a separate Butler entrance, and a private spa adjoining it. A lot of the furniture is laid with gold and silver, with the walls painted gold. The suite hosts four bedrooms in total. If you’re looking for something truly luxurious and with a strong history dating back to the 16th century. It doesn’t get more royal than this.


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