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Richard Branson's private island is all yours (for $60,000 a night)


October 11, 2013

It's only $2,000 each, when you think about it

It's only $2,000 each, when you think about it

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Virgin has announced that work on Richard Branson's private residence on Necker Island is complete, with the house now ready to take its first bookings. So, if you fancied whisking yourself and 29 friends (plus six children) off to a tropical island in the North Atlantic (in the British Virgin Islands, obviously), you're in luck … if you can stretch to the asking price of US$60,000 per night, that is.

Virgin Limited Edition has released pictures of the house and grounds, which have been extensively reworked over a period of two years. Each of the eight guest rooms has its own balcony with view of nearby Caribbean islands. There are an additional six "Bali Houses" around the island.

The Master Suite is 1,500 sq. ft (so bring your sat nav) in size, and comes with an outdoor bathtub and a two-person Jacuzzi.

The house also boasts an outdoor terrace complete with hammocks and dining area, not to mention a pre-stocked cocktail bar. The icing on the cake has to be the zip line offering you a shortcut from the terrace down to the beach.

If you can't quite stump up the $60,000, individual rooms can be booked for three, four or seven nights during designated "Celebration Weeks."

There's no word on whether access to the Necker Nymph is included for submarinal excursions.

Source: Virgin (PDF)


That looks like a paradise.

Derek Howe
11th October, 2013 @ 04:59 pm PDT

You will also get to meet him, he has just retired there for good.

13th October, 2013 @ 06:46 am PDT

It helps to have billionaire friends who can afford to come and stay with you!

14th October, 2013 @ 09:39 am PDT
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