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Luxury Villas in the Caribbean

Eliya Brennan, writer

The Villa: Palm Beach

The Location:  Mustique

West of Barbados, Mustique is an idyllic island in the Caribbean that offers a wide range of beautiful villas for rent. Stop by the nearby Basil’s Bar, a cultural hub of the area. Locals and visitors from all walks of life love the relaxed atmosphere at Basil’s.


Overlooking six acres of beachfront, the Palm Beach villa was built in 1999 in Palladian style and boasts views of stunning L’Ansecoy Bay. The home is a standout for luxury and comfort. Enjoy a meal prepared by the live-in chef in the elegant dining room, spend the daytime in the poolside gazebo, and cozy nights in the home cinema.

The Cost of Paradise:

Rates start at $70,000 a week.

The Villa: Ara House

The Location: Papagayo Peninsula, Costa Rica

Guanacaste province, in the Northwest of the country on the Pacific, is an up-and-coming destination for luxury villas in the Caribbean. It is perfect for observing the lush flora and fauna of the area. You can opt for birdwatching, scuba diving, or visiting the Borinquén hot springs.


Ara House has 6 bedrooms and 11 bathrooms. One of the bedrooms is a kids’ jungle room that can sleep up to eight. The three master bedrooms overlook the Pacific Ocean. The 14,000-square-feet residence includes an elevator, a poolside grill and bar, and a home theater room.

The Cost of Paradise:

Rates start at $12,000 per night.

The Villa: Footprints

The Location:  Barbados

You can find luxury shopping and fine Caribbean dining nearby. Take a private tour of the island’s wildlife or go on a snorkeling cruise.


Situated on a quiet beach, Footprints has five bedrooms and five and a half baths. If you feel like a refreshing dip, choose between the infinity pool, the beachside plunge pool, and the clear waters of the Caribbean itself. With an onsite staff, guests enjoy maximum convenience and luxury. There’s a mini-bar, a bedroom-adjacent open-air roof with a hot tub, and separate Mr. and Mrs. bathrooms.

The Cost of Paradise:

Rates start at $2,800 per night in the Summer months, with a minimum of a week.

The Villa: Hawksbill

The Location:  Turks and Caicos

Turks and Caicos might be the destination for luxury villas in the Caribbean. From the mild, pleasant weather to plentiful white beaches and lush natural features, we can’t find anything to complain about here. Enjoy local music live, yoga, or meditation. Feeling adventurous? Go fire dancing.


At Hawksbill, you can rent anywhere from 5-11 bedrooms. The centerpiece of the main house is the Great Room, with unparalleled views of Grace Bay. Over 200 feet of the property is beachfront. Get the most out of the Caribbean nights with a large pool, a hot tub, and a fire pit. Indoors, there’s a massage room and a gym.

The Cost of Paradise:

Rates start at $10,000 per night.

The Villa: Necker Island

The Location:  British Virgin Islands

Necker Island has everything you need for the stay of your dreams. Enjoy water activities like kitesurfing, sailing, and snorkeling. On land, you can practice yoga, tennis, or take a walk on some unforgettable beaches.



Who needs a villa when you can get an entire island? Mega-entrepreneur Sir Richard Branson has opted to rent out his Caribbean paradise, and you can get a piece. The island accommodations can host from 40-54 guests. You can dine at The Great House, The Beach Pavilion, Turtle Beach, or the Floating Sushi Bar. 

The Cost of Paradise:

Rates start at $107,000 for up to 40 guests. The minimum number of rooms you must rent is 20. You can also opt to rent single rooms, starting at $3,500.

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