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Vacay like a Kardashian at these 6 Luxe Villas

Amy Bryant

Luxury holidays are no longer exclusive to the stars; we all deserve some R&R.

We rounded up the ultimate villas that are sure to make A-listers world wide envy your Instagram holiday snaps. Pack your bags and get ready to feel like you’re Beyonce on vacay staying in these luxe villa destinations.

Villa Seacliff Turks and Caicos

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This hidden villa provides the ultimate tranquil experience. It is a mere fifty steps from a private dock and sapphire ripples of calm Caribbean Sea. The villa features matchless panoramic views, private terrace, and five bedroom suites each with their own view of the sea and nearby tennis courts.

 

Hale Lalama Big Island

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One of the finest Big Island vacation rentals available, Hale Lalama is perfect for large groups or families, boasting a private resort-style saltwater pool, eight-person spa, waterslide and waterfall, with surrounding sun loungers and lush gardens. With six well-appointed bedrooms (each equipped with an ensuite bathroom), a media room, music and video libraries, this upscale luxury villa is the ultimate retreat.

Celadon Villa  Koh Samui

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With cutting edge architecture and luxurious interiors, Celadon Villa is the ultimate luxury tropical getaway. Perched on the top of a hill along the Gulf of Thailand, guests will have incredible extensive views across the ocean and to neighbouring islands Koh Phanagna & Koh Tao. The villa features a rap around infinity edge swimming pool, modern art-deco aflresco living areas, tropical gardens, and not to mention, all four bedrooms boast en-suites and a private terrace with ocean views.

 

Makena Kai Estate Maui

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Hidden along the Southwest shores of Maui, is Makena Kai Estate, a contemporary three-bedroom villa. A garden paradise awaits guests, with tropical lush grounds dotted with palm trees and colourful flowers, fringing the deep blue pacific. Magnificent views of sunsets over the horizon from the comfort of the outside lounges make for a relaxing evening, while  cooling off with cocktails swimming in thee curved pool or even cook up a barbie. Large spacious bedrooms each have their own ensuite, while the master bedroom boasts a jacuzzi, and outdoor grotto shower.

Ulysse French Riviera

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Ulysse is one of 10 villas exclusively located around the palace of King Leopold II in Villefranche-sur-Mer. Guests can enjoy the panoramic views of the French Riviera from the terrace, and secluded garden with a heated swimming pool. The living area boasts a professional Italian circular bar and light cooking facilities, collectors art, a steel CVO fireplace, modo lighting, a home cinema and quality music system.

 

Villa Bianca Lake Como 

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The three-story Villa Bianca is situated at the edge of Lake Como, providing breathtaking views from guest’s living room as well as from the private outside terrace. The villa preserves its original ancient interiors with marble and terracotta floors, doors, ironworks, decoration. A large living room equipped with air con, fireplace and large flatscreen tv leads on to the formal dining room, with beautiful terrace doors opening up to the side patio offering stunning lake views.

With so many choices, it’ll be hard to pick! Check out all the luxury villas on offer at www.luxuryretreats.com

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