If you’re looking for the ultimate private getaway this summer featuring an accommodation that’s just as superior as the travel destination it’s in, then Airbnb’s Musha Cay listing is just the place for you.
Found in the Exuma Chain of the southern Bahamas, Musha Cay at Copperfield Bay is the most expensive Airbnb in the world, with a nightly rate of $60,000.
According to Forbes, the private island was purchased by David Copperfield for $50 million in 2006, which he offers up as a resort-like stay for travelers visiting Musha Cay. The difference from a luxurious resort vacation is that when you book your stay here, you’re not just renting a hotel room or a villa, you’re renting the whole island.
The private island includes five total homes that guests and their friends can spread out in. Among these is a 10,000-square-foot mansion that can accommodate up to 16 guests with 12 bedrooms and 13.5 bathrooms, as well as a five-bedroom home and a charming guest villa.
The Landing, a central activity building with large windows overlooking the dock, serves as the restaurant and main community space with a dining room, bar, game room and a deck with stunning sunset views and more.
Guests also have access to all of the island’s amenities, which include golf carts for transportation, a tennis court, spa, a private dock and multiple water vessels like jet skis, kayaks, paddle surfers, and even a 23-foot Jet Boat and a Nautilus Rib Catamaran. While those are all included in your stay, there’s also the option to add on items, such as island firework displays, treasure hunts and more.
On top of that, the island is equipped with 30 staff who are there to attend to guests’ needs and honor any requests they may have; from cooking and housekeeping to gardening and boating assistance.
With its sunny beaches, shady palm trees and sparkling waters, the tropical retreat offers the perfect vacation filled with sunshine and luxury. Experience it yourself by booking your stay on Airbnb here.