Mustique (St. Vincent & the Grenadines) Reviews
Newest Review: ... and Tommy Hilfiger amongst many others. What's more is that nearly all of the celebrities' properties are available to let for a holiday. The properties are let with all staff (maids, chefs, drivers etc), a small vehicle for getting around on and access to all areas. It is exceptionally expensive though with prices costing tens of thousands of US dollars per week. During our trip to Mustique we could have rented Shania Twains oriental themed pad for around $35,000 for the week, and whilst it is an amazing property, "it didn't impress me much", it is one of the smaller and cheaper ones available. As most of the island is privatel... more
Customer Mustique (St. Vincent & the Grenadines) Reviews (1)
by - written on 14/12/09 (Very useful, 291 readings)
Mustique is a 1,400 acre island located in the Southern Caribbean. This private island is owned and operated by the Mustique Company. This is an organisation which comprises of shareholders from 17 countries whose aim is to preserve the natural beauty and tranquility of the island. We flew direct to Mustique from St Vincent and I understand there are flights from other East Caribbean Islands including St Lucia and Grenada. The airport in Mustique is tiny and comprises of nothing more than a couple of small concrete runways and a wooden shack. This airport cannot cope with large aircraft and the only way of landing on this island is in very small charter planes ... Read the complete review
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