Early last year, AirBNB acquired Luxury Retreats, a vacation rental company, in a deal worth $200 million. Shortly after the purchase, the home-sharing company rolled out a tier of high-end accommodation services you could visit—well, if you are willing to spend as high as $80,000 per night.
Richard Branson’s Necker Island
Billionaire philanthropist Richard Branson acquired the Caribbean-based Island to be his family’s holiday home. The luxurious resort has 17 bedrooms, several pools, and a 360-degree pristine view of the Atlantic Ocean. The price? It costs $80,000 to spend one night at the British Virgin Islands-based Island.
Lake Como’s Gallio Resort (Italy)
If you’ve ever dreamt for a night out in a lake house, it doesn’t get better than Gallio. The Gallio resort lies at the foot of the Como hills and directly to the famous lake. It offers picturesque views to the Como valley and offers a host of high-end services. It costs between $12,000 and $29,000 a night to spend time in the resort.
Villa Contenta in Malibu
Malibu offers some of the best views to the western coast. But if you want nothing but the best, Villa Contenta in Malibu is ever ready to welcome you. It costs $15,000 a night to be there. In exchange, you get to enjoy a croquet lawn a wine cellar, a screening room, an edge pool, a tennis court and more.
Canaves Villa in Greece
If you fancy a trip to Greece, the Canaves Villa is one of the best places to tour in Europe. The resort features three bedrooms with king-sized beds. The living areas are spacious and the outdoor features an edge-pool offering panoramic views of the Aegean Sea. If you like it, you can cook freshly caught seafood with the help of chefs. It costs between $4,000 and $8,000 a night to stay on the Santori Island-based resort.