Yemanja Resort On Mustique Island
Want to go to a vacation? The Yemanja Resort On Mustique Island is the perfect place for!
Right around a Mexican playa, with a blue amazing infinity pool and palm fringe this Yemanja Resort On Mustique Island is the perfect place for you to spend your holiday on.
You can stay on the main villa or in one of the five bedroom residence filled with an eclectic collection of Brazilian and African artworks and charming ethnic pieces which contribute to the authenticity of its design. If you like you can relax on one of its private terraces, tennis court, a media room or you can dine indoor or outdoor places and hammocks.
If you are curious about the rates for this retreat, the renting costs begin at $22,000 for 5 bedrooms (10 guests, May to December), and go up, depending on the season, number of guests and type of services required.
The Yemanja Resort On Mustique Island is nestled high on a beautiful hill, overlooking the Macaroni Beach on Mustique island, in St Vincent and the Grenadines. It consists of a main villa, a three-bedroom cottage and bunk houses for children.
Yemanja, which translates to the “Goddess of the Sea” has three pools: an infinity edge pool with spectacular ocean views, a lap pool and a kids pool for the youngest guests.
The villa was built by a renowned Mexican architect Manolo Mestre. It’s located 300 feet above the sea and overlooks Macaroni Beach on Mustique. There are 19,000 square feet of living space with several living and dining areas, entertainment rooms and a tennis court.
Another amazing thing about the villa is that its owner thought about everything, even at the need of having a car with you; 4 large Kawasaki Mules are available for guest use.
The Yemanja Resort On Mustique Island also has a chef and a butler at your service. Imagine all the food made with fresh tropical juices and the salads, plus the home-made breads are at your disposal 24/7. You have all the choices in the world, like seadfood and fusion meals with Caribbean, European and Asian influences.
Mustique has a grocery store, a fish market and the fact that the most items come from Saint Vicent, everything is at your disposal, you just need to speak the world and they will do it for you.
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