a little Cirque du Soleil getaway?
Travellers wishing to live it up à la Guy Laliberté can sneak off for a French Polynesian private island vacation at the founder’s house, which just hit the Airbnb market.
The island, which is owned by Laliberté, can accommodate 52 guests on a 21-bedroom, 25 bathroom island.
The $150 million investment took a decade to build and can be rented for a smooth $190,573 per night.
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Nukutepipi, located roughly two hours from Tahiti, includes a spa, a full staff, swimming pools, private chefs, volleyball courts, massage therapists, doctors, entertainers, and a ship captain.
You know, in case soaking up the soleil on a $150-million island isn’t enough.
The 59-year-old Quebec native, whose net worth is estimated at $1.1 billion, has been investing and building on the private island since 2009.
“Secluded from the world, this private island in French Polynesia truly is paradise on earth,” reads the Airbnb description. “Wonderfully endowed with amenities for wellness, play, and celebration, this is a uniquely enchanting venue for momentous occasions and unforgettable reunions.”
Before you plug your credit card info into the site to book your stay, check out the following pictures to make sure Nukutepipi is everything you could ever need.
Besides, if you can rally together 52 friends, it’s only $3,664 a night…
More photos can be found on the Airbnb website.