3 Private Island Resorts for Luxurious Getaways

For when you're feeling extra indulgent

What does your vacation look like? Probably along the lines of a beachfront or semi-beachfront hotel for three to four days with either friends or family, or a nice romantic stay for two at a mountain lodge. For some, it may be the wilderness, along with backpacking and mountain climbing. But what if money was no object? Here are three of the most expensive vacations you can have in the Philippines, just to get you started on those ideas.

 

Ariara Island

 

Ariara Island

Do you have one to two million pesos that you feel like casually spending? Consider booking an entire island for a vacation. For that amount, you can rent Ariara Island, located in Palawan. It’s a 125-hectare island getaway that up to 18 people can have all to themselves. There is a well-trained staff to assist you and loads of facilities like boats, jet skis, swimming pools, yoga areas, and many more. 

 

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Amanpulo - Beach Paradise

 

Amanpulo

This exclusive private island resort has been making headlines here and internationally since it opened. Go on a trip like no other and charter a private plane to get to this private resort. You can easily spend P70,000 per night on accommodations alone, but your money will go a long way when it comes to luxury and personal pleasure, like having your own personal butler during your stay.

 

Balesin

 

Balesin Island

For P3.5 million a year, you are entitled to 14 free nights at this tropical private getaway. Balesin Island is an exclusive members-only private resort that is just about a 20-minute chartered plane ride from Manila. It’s a sprawling 500-hectare paradise with a 7.3-kilometer white sand beach. The main attraction that keeps people interested is their selection of themed villas based on places like Tuscany, Bali, Phuket, Mykonos, St. Tropez, and Costa del Sol. 

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Read the full article, "5 Most Expensive Out of Town Destinations in the Philippines," on TravelBook.ph. Minor edits have been made by the SPOT.ph editors.

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