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19:02, April 11

Richard Branson is renting out his private island for a staggering $118,500 per night.

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The UK billionaire had bought one of the British Virgin Islands for just $120,000 in 1979. According to Onefinestay, Necker Island, which is owned by the billionaire, is available for rent.

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The Virgin Group founder has hosted many high-profile guests at this stunning venue over the years, including the late Princess Diana and her sons, Prince Harry and Prince William, as well as Barack and Michelle Obama, Kevin Costner, Harry Styles, Kate Winslet, and Oprah Winfrey.

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Now anyone can stay on this 74-acre island if their budget allows. Island guests will reside in the central Great House, a resort-style mega-mansion with 17 stunning bedrooms, seven of which feature king-size beds, and 24 bathrooms. .

Several coastal-style bedrooms have balconies with outdoor showers overlooking white sandy beaches, and the master suite has a luxurious private Jacuzzi on the terrace.

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The estate features also a private gym equipped with state-of-the-art equipment and a wellness center offering Aromatherapy Associates spa treatments, as well as two tennis courts.

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The huge infinity pool overlooks the water and is surrounded by several lounge areas, cabanas, and outdoor bars.

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The luxurious island is surrounded by the clear blue Caribbean Sea and a vibrant coral reef that is ideal for exploring through snorkeling. Guests can also enjoy several water sports, including kitesurfing, sailing, diving, and stand-up paddle boarding.

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The stay offers additional activities as well such as guided walks for those who want to stumble across lemurs and flamingos, helicopter tours, and deep sea fishing.

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In addition, the visitors have the option to rent the nearby Mosquito Island, which can accommodate 22 people.

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