Amazing Vacation Homes From Around The World

August 20th, 2014

We’ve got vacations on the mind after the whirlwind weather we’ve been having in Toronto lately. Augtober isn’t really our cup of tea! Though we’ve got nothing planned, a little browsing never hurt anyone and so we found some of the best vacation homes, ever.

Take a look:

Ocean Pearl at Niyama, the Maldives


The Ocean Pearl is one of the most beautiful and luxurious water villas in the world and we believe it! This villa is located on the most private part of the island (win!) and boasts beautiful views of the ocean and an infinity pool. There’s also a floating bed, which you know we love. This villa has two bedrooms, a lovely dining area, kitchen and so much more, but who’s looking when you’ve got that blue ocean right outside your door?


Chalet Tsuga, France


The cold doesn’t even deter us from checking out this beautiful chalet in the north of France! Beautiful mountains on the horizon, and the perfect place to come home to after a long day of skiing at one of the best ski areas in the world. This chalet boasts room for 12 people with 7 bedrooms/bathrooms. It’s not a chalet without a hot tub, heated pool and of course, a fireplace! The booking fee? A cool €7,900 per night.


Punta Leona  Villa, Costa Rica


This vacation home is five levels of beauty – each floor will amaze you more than the next with its architecture and design. The front doors to the private-gated residence open up to a very cool infinity pool and beautiful views of the ocean. Everyone who’s ever stayed there definitely enjoyed the full-staff of chefs and caretakers – it’s like staying in a hotel without sharing any of the amenities.


The above are all vacation homes you can rent for a few days, weeks or months, but there’s also beautiful vacation homes around the world that belong to the rich and famous. Take Naomi Campbell’s Egyptian Eye of the Horus in Turkey which was gifted to her by her billionaire-boyfriend Vladislav Doronin. We like the design of it but it’s the fact that the ‘eye’ is in fact an eco-friendly dome that has us adding this to our list!