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Offering spectacular panoramic views of the Caribbean and the Atlantic, this hilltop Moroccan palace is one of Mustique`s premier villas.
Mustique Villa 20830 is a romantic Moorish fantasy throughout, from mosaic-tiled fountains and elegantly detailed colonnades through jewelled lanterns, an octagonal dining pavilion and a unique domed mirador.
There are four distinctive bedroom ensuites named Sultan, Pasha, Toucan and Palm, all with lavish baths.
Meticulously appointed, the villa offers guests unsurpassed privacy and tranquility among magical natural beauty and splendid gardens.
Household Staff of 7 includes Butler and Creative Cook.
Amenities include: Broadband Access. Entertainment Media Room. Exceptional Privacy. Air Conditioning. 2 Swimming Pools. Exceptional Views
The minimum rental period is one week/seven nights. A 10% Government Tax is added to the villa rental amounts and an 8% Administrative Fee is added to guests total bill. You can be flexible as to the days of the week for arrival or departure, depending, of course, on the availability of the villa.
Rate includes; Airport welcome by Mustique staff and transfers to your specific villa. A minimum of three (3) household staff: cook, maid, gardener. Complimentary use of one vehicle. Laundry and Ironing Services. Four (4) floodlight tennis courts (complimentary). Fitness Trail. Managing Director's weekly Cocktail Party on Tuesday evenings in the Great Room of the Cotton House. Transfer returns to the airport upon departure.
Mustique lies 18 miles south of St. Vincent in a collection of unspoilt islands in the Eastern Caribbean. Mustique encompasses only 1,400 acres, measuring 1.5 miles wide by 3 miles long of rolling hills and lush terrain with stretches of deserted white sand beaches surrounded by protected reefs and clear aquamarine seas.
The exclusive island of Mustique is at the northern tip of The Grenadines bordered by the Caribbean Sea to the west and the Atlantic Ocean to the east. It is part of the Lesser Antilles that are, in turn, part of the Windward Islands of the Caribbean. Mustique is reached by air from North America and Europe through Barbados, St. Vincent, Canouan, Grenada, Martinique, St. Lucia, Puerto Rico or Trinidad and Tobago.