Take your next staycation to a new level of luxury with Lilypad’s floating villas.
Luxury accommodation certainly isn’t just land bound these days, with entrepreneurs like Chuck Anderson creating luxury floating villas. Quietly bobbing atop the glistening waters off Palm Beach, Lilypad Palm Beach has been redefining seaside luxury since first launching back in December 2018. What was once a super exclusive, members only experience has now been made available to the general public, which means it’s time to start saving your pennies and book in an overnight stay, stat.
Accessible by boat or seaplane, the floating villas run solely on solar power and have been meticulously thought out. The two-level space offers an open plan lounge, contemporary kitchen, bathroom and a large king bedroom.
For those who book an overnight stay, you’ll be welcomed by a concierge at a private wharf before being taken out to the villa via skipper tender. An open cellar with Veuve Clicquot, Cape Mentelle and Cloudy Bay wines is guaranteed to have you feeling fancy, with a gourmet seasoned meat platter for BBQ on hand for dinner, teamed with prepared sides, salads and dessert.
Waking up to uninterrupted waterside views, you’ll then enjoy a continental breakfast supplied by The Boathouse on board, or alternatively you can pop into the local Boathouse Palm Beach with a $60 voucher.
They haven’t skimmed on the in-house features either, with a king bed fit out with premium Sheridan sheets and pillow menu, with robes and slippers greeting you on arrival. For those looking to get their water sports on, you’ll also have exclusive access of Lilypad’s stand-up paddle boards and fishing rods.
Those looking to book a two night stay will also be treated to dinner for two at the iconic Barrenjoey House with private boat transfers; valued at $350.
While this designer villa can only sleep two, they can host up to 16 guests throughout the day. Perfect for soaking up the summer rays amongst friends and family, with a cold beverage in hand.
As for all important financial outlay, an overnight stay in the Lilypad floating villa will set you back a cool $1,350 per night. Those looking to stay for two nights, this will set you back $2,600. Time to start saving.
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