Richard Branson’s Moskito Island Resort Boasts Luxurious Trio Of Getaway Experiences
Billionaire Richard Branson’s 125-acre Moskito Island in the British Virgin Islands is the perfect location for a luxury getaway. The resort boasts a trio of estates: the Branson Estate, the Oasis Estate, and the Point Estate, each offering its own unique experience.
The Branson Estate — named after its founder — is perched on a dramatic clifftop, boasting mesmerizing views of the ocean, picturesque balconies, a spacious common area, vaulted beam ceilings, and even a private beach. The estate is centred around relaxation and tranquillity, with guests able to enjoy a glass or two of bubbly in the hot tub and rinse off in the cabana-style outdoor shower. The estate comprises three beautiful standalone villas, connected by elevated wooden walkways, and holding a total of 22 guests.
Meanwhile, the Oasis Estate, situated at the peak of Moskito Island, centres itself around connection and community, with ample social space, an impressive wraparound infinity swimming pool, and a striking four-storey main house. Up to 18 guests can stay at the Oasis Estate, enjoying one another’s company as they take in the British Virgin Island’s vibrant atmosphere.
The resort’s final offering, the Point Estate, combines the best of the previous two estates, making it the perfect getaway for families looking to spend some quality time together. Situated at the edge of the island, the estate has spectacular ocean views, is the only estate on the island with a bunk room for children, and offers direct access to the beach. The estate sleeps up to 14 adults and 8 children in sleek free-standing guest houses which enjoy an open communal hub, surrounded by a luxurious infinity pool with underwater skylights.