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Published on Wednesday, September 29, 2021

New private resorts added to Virgin Limited Edition's Moskito Island

Virgin Limited Edition has unveiled new private estates at Moskito Island in the British Virgin Islands.

Dubbed one of the most exclusive private islands in the Caribbean, Virgin describes it as a secluded billionaire's playground, home to privately owned villa estates.

Two brand-new estates, The Point Estate and The Oasis Estate, are the latest additions joining the existing 11-bedroom Branson Estate on Moskito Island, under the Virgin Limited Edition portfolio. 

These two estates are available for exclusive buyouts through Virgin Limited Edition from 1 October.

Virgin Limited Edition is Sir Richard Branson's collection of eight retreats and luxury hotels.

"Moskito Island is a truly one-of-a-kind escape where visitors can enjoy the luxuries of the most stunning unspoiled surrounding," said Jon Brown, CEO of Virgin Limited Edition.

"Together with the island homeowners, we wanted to create something exceptionally unique and offer a rental program unlike any other hospitality experience in the Caribbean.

Each private estate on Moskito Island is connected by communal recreational amenities including the master Beach Pavilion with a bar, gaming and movie areas, wrap-around pool, and a communal beach.

It includes two artificial grass tennis courts, multiple dining outlets, beachside spa treatments, and water sports.

 Rates for Moskito Island start from $17,500 per night during low-season, based on a four-night minimum stay at The Point Estate for up to 16 guests.

Rates include a dedicated Estate Manager, private chef, and a dedicated team of staff.


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