Airbnb's new luxury home rental service, Airbnb Luxe, is a service for those who want a truly special holiday retreat, from beautiful French castles to secluded villas in Bali to, yes, even private islands.
The island, located in Polynesia, can host up to 52 guests in a 16 bungalows, with a total of 21 bedrooms (!!) and 25 baths. A group of guests can rent it for just under $200,000 a night, or $1.1M a week.
According to Robb Report, Laliberté chose the island of Nukutepipi for its unspoiled nature, "a primary forest laced with powder-white sand and a serene lagoon protected by a thriving coral reef."
The businessman built a spectacular resort on the island that can host up to 52 guests. The resort consists of beautiful villas, outdoor baths and showers, a secluded movie theatre, a spa, a giant dining room and so much more.
Of course, you're going to want to spend most of your time outside: that is why there are 3 swimming pools, a pristine beach, a tennis court and a hammoc area.
The views from the villa are absolutely breathtaking: the natural vistas are complemented by exquisite decor, works of art, and wonderful lounging areas.
If I had a spare million, I would definitely not mind spending a week there.
The cost of the villa includes cleaning services and a chef, but you can pay more to rent the equipment found on the island, like boats, bikes and tennis courts.
If you ever have 52 friends with $21,000 to spare each, I think you know where to go.
You can find the Airbnb details here.