What does a resort that costs more per night that many people's homes look like?
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This could be your sunrise view. For a price.
A very steep price.
The Banwa Private Island, set in the Philippines’ Northern Palawan region, costs $100,000 per night.
You read that right. And no, you're not purchasing the island. You're staying there for one night. One.
But if you're looking for mega luxury? You'll find it here.
The island resort can hold a maximum of 48 guests. There are six beachfront villas with a private Jacuzzi deck and infinity pool, 12 garden rooms, and an additional one-bedroom suite.
So if you're able to round up 47 of your closest friends to fly to the Philippines, it'll only cost about $2,100 per person per night. The rate includes access to all amenities and activities, plus unlimited spa treatments and meals -- except for their exclusive wine list.
Facilities on the island include a gym, massage suite, Pilates studio, tennis court, jogging track, pool, soccer field, and short-game golf course. Plus there's beach volleyball, table tennis, and paddleboard yoga.
There's also a full fleet of water sports on tap, including jet skis, kayaks, dive sites and more.