Another private island in the Bahamas, Musha Cay is famously owned by none other than the David Copperfield, who graciously makes it available publicly when he's not in residence. It boasts 12 bedrooms spread over five fabulous homes, like the 10,000-square-foot Highview, the 4,500-square-foot Palm Terrace, or the 3,200-square-foot Pier House. Couples can also opt for the romantic one-bedroom Beach House, an open-air, thatched-roof cottage with its own private beach. Count on butlers, a fleet of watercraft, and an abundance of amenities — nearly every wish can magically become reality at Musha Cay. Rates from $39,000 for up to 12 guests, all-inclusive.
Your Jamaican Villas
It doesn’t get any more intimate or exclusive for Sandals Resorts than the private homes of Gordon “Butch” Stewart, chairman of the company, who makes his villas your villas. Select from the charming and peaceful Lime-Acre Villa, the laid-back luxury of Sundown Villa, or the all-out stunning Rio Chico Estate. All fully staffed, naturally. Rates from $6,000 per week for Lime Acre up to $45,000 per week in low season for Rio Chico.
Imagine a 50-acre private island resort in the remote chain of Exumas, surrounded by the Bahamas’ classic clear waters in every shade of blue, where six peaceful villas await. Add to that the use of a golf cart, plus tennis, sailing, kayaking, and much more. Perhaps the most amazing water toy at Fowl Cay is the use of a runabout boat — yours to explore the surrounding paradise. Just don’t forget to come back to the luxury of the Hill House, where dinner is served, and games, music, and movies await. Oh yes, and the upscale, fully stocked communal bar is there, just in case. Fowl Cay was originally built as a private compound for a single family, then purchased a few years ago by Sandals Resorts International — with full intention to keep it extremely small and special. Rates begin at $10,300 per week for the one-bedroom Lindon House; $19,300 for three-bedroom Blue Moon.