Bask in Luxury at the Shogun Complex on Mustique Island
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Loved by numerous celebrities and rich people of the world, the magnificent Mustique Island is a Caribbean haven of luxury and wellness, a vacation destination appreciated by everyone. On its 1,400 acres, the island holds some truly amazing sights and private places of tranquility. One of them is Shogun, a private complex inspired by the fascinating Japanese culture.
Occupying five acres of land, the complex is composed of a series of villas set around a central Koi pond and offering superb views towards the neighboring islands and the shimmering turquoise waters. They are set 300 feet above Britannia Bay, and they are: the Main House, the Traveler’s Tree Cottage, and the Little Shogun. In all, there are nine tastefully appointed en-suite bedrooms in the complex, capable of comfortably accommodating up to 18 guests.
Five of these bedroom suites are found in the Main House, while the Little Shogun houses two bedrooms, and he Tree Cottage holds two more. The Little Shogun is a delightful little cottage with swimming pool, courtyard, kitchen and sitting room. You can rent the entire complex, or just the Main House, at prices that start at $2,400 per night and go as high as $5,715 per night.
While on the island, you will be pampered with all sorts of irresistible offers, such as a complimentary dinner prepared by Executive Chef John Grant, weekly cocktail parties at the Cotton House Hotel, and more. Activities on Mustique include bird watching trips, sailing, open-air movie watching, beach walking on one of the island’s nine beautiful sand beaches, or relaxing at the Cotton House Spa. Oh, and let us not forget the 1-hole, 9-tee golf course that is part of the lovely Shogun complex.