Inside the world’s most expensive resort that costs a whopping $100,000 per night

Luxury now has a new address at the Banwa Private Island Resort in the Philippines. The uber-gorgeous property can be reached via a two-hour flight from Manila and is touted to be the most expensive resort in the world!

Located on the Palawan archipelago, the resort offers visitors 15 acres of private land with plush accommodations and a myriad of amenities including opportunities to swim, snorkel and laze by the pristine blue waters of the adjoining Sulu Sea.

The intimate property can accommodate up to 48 guests at a time in in either one of six beach-front villas that come complete with a private jacuzzi deck and an infinity pool, or the lush garden suites.

In addition to the overall layout of the resort, each room is personally crafted by by Manosa & Co, in collaboration with MAP HK and Aquos Group and boasts of floor-to-ceiling windows that provide awe-inspiring vistas of the sea and the tropical landscapes around it.

The highlight of the resort is its prime focus on gastronomy with chefs dishing out delights with produce from the onsite organic farm and fish caught from the surrounding Sulu Sea. The property also makes its own honey and provides custom-made meals recommended by an in-house nutritionist.

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The entire resort can be booked for upward $100,000 per night ($2083 each if split between 48 guests) for a minimum stay of at least three to five nights depending on the time of the year. If money isn’t a concern, consider heading to the Banwa Private Island Resort with your clan today!

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