From the ski slopes of Aspen to the beaches of the Hamptons, even celebrities need some time off to rest and rejuvenate when they’ve been playing too hard. At Golden Riviera Group casinos, we’re used to delivering star treatment to our players, so this week we thought we’d inspire you by taking a look at some of the world’s top luxury escape spots.
And you can go there too, simply by trying your luck at Golden Riviera Group casinos! All you need to do is play hard and hit that one, big jackpot, and you too may be flying off to one of these exquisite locations sooner than you think…
Rated the top celebrity spa four years in a row, this private, secluded spa exists in a secret location just outside LA, in order to ensure the most private VIP experience. Even celebrities themselves don’t know where they’re going until the limousine picks them up! Once they arrive, however, they are waited on hand and foot, enjoying mineral spring water whirlpool massages, herbal steam baths and saunas, heated swimming pools and reclining in top class accommodation whilst enjoying gourmet cuisine and specialty drinks. Regular guests include Halle Berry, Jennifer Aniston, Leonardo di Caprio and Brad Pitt.
The Wakaya Club resort in Fiji is an exclusive private island resort that accommodates only 20 people at a time. Guests can stay in one of nine thatched roof huts – each surrounded by wide verandas, tropical gardens, and its own private stretch of beach – or in Vale O, which is a 12,000-square-foot home divided into three pavilions that come with a driver and personal chef. The top villa costs $5,950 a night and the island can also be hired out. This fabulous getaway has hosted stars such as Michelle Pfeiffer, Russell Crowe, Nicole Kidman, Celine Dion and Pierce Brosnan.
The prestigious Palace Hotel in Switzerland attracts an international mix of jet-setters such as David and Victoria Beckham, who go there for the excellent skiing and the social scene. No less than six restaurants provide the finest possible cuisine in lovely settings, whilst the state-of-the-art bedrooms are warm, spacious and comfortable. The hotel’s La Prairie spa offers a range of relaxation treatments, such as back massage followed by the application of special self-heating mud. The treatments are then personalized by a therapist using a combination of massage techniques and marine ingredients.
The private island of Mustique in the Caribbean has long been a playground for royalty, musicians and celebrities since the 1950s – when Scottish eccentric Lord Glenconner bought the island and invited his blue-blood friends over. Princess Margaret also owned a house there, Les Jollies Eaux, which can be rented for up to $32,000 a week. There is also the magnificent six-bedroom Plantation House, which costs a whopping $60,000 a week. Cars are not allowed on the island, and the only nightlife is funky beach bar Basil's. Visitors include Oprah Winfrey, Tommy Hilfiger, Mick Jagger, Kate Moss, and Claudia Schiffer.