Meghan Markle and Prince Harry reportedly stayed at a luxury resort dubbed the ‘billionaire’s playground’ during their Ibiza break.
The luxury resort is sited on a hillside overlooking Porroig bay on the Spanish island’s south-west coast, and a week in one of its most exclusive villas costs more than £25,000. Its most exclusive villas is Sa Calma at £120,000 a week. It has been hired by multi millionaire DJ David Guetta and Sir Paul McCartney.
The royal couple flew by private jet before being driven to the Vista Alegre gated resort on August 6, days after Meghan celebrated her 38th birthday. Locals told The Sun that the security around the Island was beefed up upon their arrival.
‘The area has been built to a high specification and is a billionaires’ playground so the security staff know what they are doing.’
It is believed that Meghan and Harry stayed at the Island for 6 days. Villas at the luxury resort have a colossal double height ‘grand living room’ with massive glass sliding doors, providing a view to the sea over a 54 yard infinity pool.
A master bedroom and two guest suites take up the top floor, while another four guest suites are on the ground floor. Amenities include, private beach access, boat mooring, a water-front gym, a Jacuzzi, surround sound Sonos music, two kitchens and live-in servants.
Majorca Daily Bulletin said Harry and Meghan travelled with their own security team and avoided cameras.
A source said: “No images emerged of the Duke and Duchess, who stayed at a villa well away from the cameras.”
The Royal family is however yet to comment on the latest trip.