FROM multi-million pound mansions to supercars and designer fashion – the world’s biggest stars are accustomed to the finer things in life.
So it’s hardly surprising they’re prepared to spend the big bucks when it comes to their vacations.
He spent more than £10,000 on luxury accommodation alone for the three-night mini-break.
It’s a staggering amount, but as the saying goes – if you’ve got it, why not flaunt it?
From private chefs to £23k-a-night luxury villas, here we take a closer look at some of the most extravagant celebrity holidays.
The couple ventured to the south of France and the Italian coast on a very impressive 311ft superyacht called The Madsummer – which costs a staggering £1.6million a week to charter.
The ship comes with a crew of 28 staff to cater to their every need, and boasts indoor and outdoor dining areas, スパ, a children’s playroom – and a nightclub where the former Spice Girl in particular enjoyed a spot of karaoke.
The couple also own their own yacht, called Seven, but money can’t buy you everything.
$1m party trip
She doesn’t do things by halves, so when キム・カーダシアン 向きを変えた 40 に 2020 she did what came naturally to her – and rented out an entire private island, もちろん.
The star reportedly rented out Marlon Brando’s $20,000-a-night island after flying 30 guests out for the reported $1million trip.
The Tahiti jaunt for her nearest and dearest caused a stir given the world was still in the midst of the pandemic – not that it seemed to dampen the party.
明らかに, it’s not the only insanely luxurious holiday Kim has been on and been kind enough to share photos of with her fans.
The Kardashian clan rented out a $23,000 a night villa in Costa Rica in 2017, which came with private chefs.
そしてで 2011 Kim famously lost her $75,000 earring during a trip to Bora Bora, where they were staying in overwater bungalows.
The family also previously stayed at The Palm hotel in Dubai – in a suite that costs around $30,000 a night and comes with a bar of soap made with real gold.
Private Turkish bath and massage room
Kim isn’t the only member of the family who knows how to vacation in style.
8月に 2019 カイリー・ジェンナー rented out 300ft vessel Tranquility to celebrate her 22nd birthday (like most twenty-somethings would).
報告によると, the boat accommodates up to 22 guests in 10 cabins, and is manned by a crew of up to 31 to take care of your every need – if you have $1.23 million a week to charter it.
For that price, you also get a beach club, スイミングプール, plunge pool, サウナ付きのスパ, a Turkish bath, and a massage room thrown in.
Flashy wellness retreat
The couple were clad in traditional gold and red robes with impressive jewellery during a 2017 stay at “wellness sanctuary” the Como Shambala Estate.
Private stays cost up to $10,000 a week and while there, guests can try out specialist relaxation treatments, yoga or adrenaline sports like white-water rafting.
Half-a-million former warship
Celebrity weddings are typically a lavish affair and supermodel and Project Runway host ハイディクルム was going to be no different.
She tied the knot for a second time to musician Tom Kaulitz on the luxurious Christina O superyacht, in Capri, イタリア, 戻って 2019
The boat, which is 325ft long, costs an eye-watering £521,000-a-week to hire and can fit up to 250 ゲスト.
It started life as a Canadian warship before being converted into a decadent vessel for the rich and was once owned by former First Lady Jackie Kennedy’s husband Aristotle Onassis.
They’re not the only famous people to set sail – Winston Churchill, Frank Sinatra, John Wayne, Richard Burton, Grace Kelly and a number of Hollywood stars have been aboard.
Thai villa with eight servants
Before ‘Brangelina’ 最後に来ました, the A-listers were renowned for their extravagant holidays.
That included a $18,000-per-night stay at the Ampuri Beach Resort, in Phucket, タイ, 戻って 2015.
Their 10-bed palatial property, which was spread across two floors, had a private gym and a pool surrounded by mini-pagodas – as well as a team of eight servants to cater to their every need.
The couple’s lavish family holidays came to an end in 2019 when they divorced.