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Virgin Limited Edition is a collection of destination retreats and luxury hotels located in some of the most amazing settings to be found in the world. From one of the world’s most exclusive private islands to thrilling safaris via a magical Moroccan kasbah, each location is designed to be your home away from home. Each one has been personally selected by our owner, Sir Richard Branson, and has its own unique story to tell.
Situated on Mallorca's northwest coast, this secluded estate of Son Bunyola boasts three stunning villas: Sa Punta de S'Aguila, Sa Terra Rotja and Son Balagueret. With five and four bedrooms respectively, these three villas are ideal for a relaxing week (or two) in the Mediterranean sun. Each villa has an outdoor pool, views over the sea and the surrounding mountains and both are perfectly placed to explore the varied landscapes and culinary offerings. But if you're just here to relax there's no better place to kick back with a glass of something cold and let the world pass you by. The villas are available for hire from March to October.
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Wake up to the magic of natural Africa at Mahali Mzuri, a tented safari camp in the northern region of Kenya's famous Maasai Mara ecosystem. This boutique camp features 12 luxury tents, an infinity pool and a ringside view to some of the most awe-inspiring wildlife viewing you're ever likely to witness. The camp is open year-round and is perfectly positioned for the world-famous Great Migration.
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Sir Richard Branson's 74-acre private island is unquestionably the most idyllic place in the British Virgin Islands. First purchased by Richard in 1978, Necker Island is much more than the sum of its individual parts. This is the definition of a luxury private island, but our version of luxury isn’t just about top class food, the latest activities and the best facilities, although you can of course expect all of these. Visitors to the island often arrive as guests but leave as friends. You can take the island exclusively or during selected weeks you can book an individual room.
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Escape to Kasbah Tamadot in the foothills of Morocco’s Atlas Mountains for a magical stay in this tranquil setting. Richard Branson’s mother Eve was the driving force behind his decision to purchase the property, now boasting 28 individually decorated rooms and suites welcoming guests seeking relaxation and a break from the daily routine. Over 98% of the staff are from the local Berber villages, adding to the feeling of staying in a private home.
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Sir Richard Branson's mountain retreat in Verbier, perched high in the Swiss Alps, is an ideal setting in both summer and winter. Skiers will appreciate the sublime service and pristine snow conditions at this ski-in chalet in the winter months, while the beauty of the mountains will charm enthusiastic hikers and bikers in the summer. With an indoor pool, an indoor and outdoor Jacuzzi, spa treatments and nine stunning bedrooms, The Lodge can be booked exclusively for groups year-round, but in the summer months and during selected winter weeks you can book an individual room.
Your dream safari starts here at Ulusaba Private Game Reserve in South Africa. Ulusaba, meaning ‘place of little fear’ in the local Shangaan language, has two lodges: one on top of a small mountain with panoramic views, and a second lodge in the heart of the bush close to all the action. When you’re not exploring the bush on an open top vehicle with experienced rangers and trackers, you’ll be indulging in some of the fantastic and varied cuisine we serve or comparing notes with fellow guests on the wildlife you spotted earlier in the day. Ulusaba has 20 rooms and suites catering to couples, families and groups. You can even get married in the bush!
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Mont Rochelle is a stunning 26-bedroom hotel and vineyard just under an hour’s drive from Cape Town in the town of Franschhoek in South Africa. Franschhoek is a traditional vineyard town in the Western Cape Province famously known as the French Corner of the Cape and is considered to be the food and wine capital of South Africa. Escape to this picturesque corner of South Africa at the foot of the Klein Dassenberg Mountain Range for relaxation and a superb culinary experience accompanied by some outstanding wines.