Some might want you to feel bad for all the taxes that the rich are paying these days, but we’re not sure if you should… That’s because we’ve had the chance to look at all the expensive vacation properties that the rich and well-to-do are able to visit pretty much whenever they want to.
You might like your favorite vacation spot, but that’s only because you don’t know what you’re missing. As it turns out, if you’re willing to spend thousands and sometimes even tens of thousands a night, you can afford to visit some really swank places.
In our quest to find the swankiest places to visit in the entire world, we’ve come across some absolutely incredible beaches. In the list that follows, we’re going to share 20 pictures of the most beautiful and expensive beaches in the entire world.
No doubt, every one of these beaches is absolutely gorgeous. But, if you have any hope of visiting these places, you’d better win the lottery or hope that you quickly ascend all of the rungs of the corporate ladder. Let’s take a look…
1. Tagomago Island (Spain)
For all you fans of the art-rock group Can out there, it turns out that Tagomago isn’t just an album title!
2. An Expensive Stay
If you want to stay out on the island, you’d better be rich. It costs over $20,000 a night, and you need to commit to a week’s stay.
3. Calivigny Island (Grenada)
When you really need to get away from it all, you can always choose to stay on this exclusive private island in the West Indies.
4. A Pretty Penny
Of course, you’ll need to be a multi-millionaire. That’s because staying on Calivigny Island costs around $140,000 a night.
5. Incredible Dining
You’ll be getting your money’s worth, though. You and up to 50 guests can enjoy sumptuous dining options from the island’s own greenhouse.
6. Nygard Cay (Bahamas)
If you’re looking for the ultimate honeymoon, then checking out Nygard Cay may be worth it…
7. So, How Expensive Is it?
However, worth is in the eye of the beholder! A stay here is going to run you around $5,200 a night!
8. The Grand Hall
Of course, when you see the glass ceiling at the Grand Hall, you’ll understand why you’re paying so much!
9. Yadua Island (Fiji)
Those who are looking for a chance to ‘rough it’ a little bit will love the environs of Yadua Island.
10. Getting There is the Hard Part
You may not need to pay much in order to spend time on the island, but it is expensive to get out there.
11. Oil Nut Bay (Virgin Gorda)
Home to some of the most beautiful stretches of sand and surf in the world, no one who visits Oil Nut Bay wants to leave.
12. The Bella Beach Villa
After a helicopter ride out to Oil Nut Bay, you can stay in the nearly $900 a night Bella Beach Villa.
13. Stay the Whole Year
If you’d like to be able to call Virgin Gorda your home, you’ll need to be ready to spend around $4 million. That’s the average home price.
14. Little Palm Island (Florida)
Florida is no stranger to expensive beach vacations, but Little Palm Island might just take the cake!
15. An Intimate Experience
The resort here only has 30 suites, meaning you’ll never feel like things are crowded while you’re there.
16. Rent Out the Whole Island
In fact, if you really don’t want to feel the push of the crowd, you can rent out the whole island for around $50,000 a night.
17. Musha Cay (Bahamas)
If you and up to 24 other people want an amazing weekend retreat, then Musha Cay might be just what the doctor ordered.
18. Space to Spread Out
It’s going to cost thousands and thousands of dollars, but at least you’ll have 700 acres of beautiful tropics all to yourself.
19. Fisher Island Club (Florida)
When you’re looking for the most exclusive stretch of beach in all of Florida, look no further than Fisher Island Club.
20. Memberships Like Whoa!
You’ll need to become a member, though, something that will cost $250,000 upfront and then around $20,000 a year thereafter.