Spending Luxurious Vacations is a great way to relax, rejuvenate and enjoy some time off. But for many people, vacationing isn’t just about the destination or activities on offer—it’s also about what you can afford when you get there.
If this sounds like your situation, plenty of luxurious resorts worldwide will satisfy even the most discerning traveler! Here are our picks for six of the fanciest places to go on vacation:
1. Couples Tower Isle, Jamaica
Couples Tower Isle is a beachfront resort located in the Bahamas. It’s privately owned, has more than 2,000 acres of land, and is one of the most luxurious resorts in the world. The hotel was built by developers who wanted to create an exclusive retreat for couples looking for something new and exciting.
The interior design team at Couples Tower Isle worked hard to make sure that their guests would feel like they were living in paradise from day one—the lobby alone features two infinity pools (one indoor), private beaches with white sand beaches, two restaurants serving fine dining cuisine as well as casual menus available at poolside bars or around the fire pit at nightfall; there are even cabanas available if you’d like some privacy while enjoying your stay!
2. Regis Bora Bora, French Polynesia
St. Regis Bora Bora is a 5-star luxury resort in French Polynesia. Located on Motu Toopua, an island in the lagoon of Bora Bora, it has 57 overwater bungalows and offers guests stunning views of natural wonders like turtles swimming alongside marine life.
The resort also features an infinity pool overlooking the lagoon and an outdoor spa that can be accessed via a glass elevator.
The amenities at this resort include two restaurants (one buffet-style), two bars/lounges (one on the beachfront), and a spa facility with several treatment rooms, including indoor heated pools and hot tubs equipped with Jacuzzi jets.
3. The Brando Resort, French Polynesia
The Brando Resort is located on Tetiaroa, a private island in the South Pacific. It was founded by Marlon Brando in 1967 and is owned by Tahitian Land Company. The resort has 38 bungalows that range from seven to nine bedrooms, each with its own bathroom and kitchenette.
It’s not just about the luxury of this resort—there are also two restaurants on site: The Bounty Bar & Grill (serving French cuisine) and Plantation House Restaurant (serving local cuisine).
4. Nihiwatu Resort, Indonesia
Nihiwatu Resort is located in Sumba, Indonesia. This 5-star resort has a spa, pool, and restaurant. It’s also on its own private island.
5. Pangkor Laut Resort, Malaysia
For truly luxurious vacations, you can’t beat Pangkor Laut Resort. The resort is on an island in Malaysia with a beach club, tennis courts, and private beaches. You’ll also find a spa that offers treatments like manicures, facials, and massages by professional therapists.
If you’re looking for something to do while away from the water’s edge, there are plenty of travel activities available at this resort, including golfing (you’ll need an 18-hole course) or playing tennis on one of their three courts (there’s even an indoor court for rainy days).
There are also several restaurants where guests can order whatever type of cuisine they prefer, including traditional Malaysian food like nasi Gading (rice vermicelli with chicken curry soup) or nasi lemak (rice cooked with coconut milk).
6. The Mulia in Bali, Indonesia
The Mulia is located on the Bukit Peninsula, a 30-minute drive from Seminyak. It has a private beach and spa, a fitness center with an indoor pool, and hot tubs open to guests of all ages (and degrees). There’s also an onsite restaurant serving Indonesian cuisine—and if you want to get away from it all for some peace and quiet (or relax), there are two outdoor terraces with hammocks where you can soak up some rays while sipping your favorite drink or wine.
So there you have it, the world’s top six most luxurious vacations. These destinations are not only beautiful and exotic but also offer a unique travel experience that most people can only dream of. If you’re looking for a vacation that you won’t forget, these islands should be your first stop!