You Can Stay In The Private Island Villa Where Serena Williams And Alexis Ohanian Honeymooned

You might need to arrive by helicopter — but the views are so worth it.

Serena Williams honeymoon
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Serena Williams is seriously living her best life this year — and now you can get in on a bit of the fun.

Serena Williams honeymoon
Danilo Scarpati
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The tennis champion married her longtime beau, Reddit founder Alexis Ohanian, this month in an elaborate ceremony. The newlyweds and their two-month old daughter then spent a week honeymooning just off the Andros Great Barrier Reef in the Bahamas on , a 96-acre private island that welcomes only 70 guests at a time.

Williams gave a of the four-bedroom oceanfront villa, which the savvy trip planner said she reserved through . The 3,600-square-foot villa is outfitted with rain showers and tucked into a gorgeous tropical garden, situated perfectly for taking in panoramic views of sunsets over the Atlantic.

Serena Williams
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You can book it yourself for around , but your travel plans will need to include a helicopter, private boat, or seaplane to access the secluded family-run island.

Amenities include a personal golf cart, tennis courts (in case Williams just really needed to get a match in), a freshwater pool, the only overwater spa in the Bahamas, and just about any diving, kayaking, or similar ocean excursion you can dream of.

Serena Williams honeymoon
Danilo Scarpati
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Before jetting off to relaxation, Williams prepped for her big day with her bridal party in a historic Greek Revival estate, also available for rent via , in the lower Treme neighborhood of New Orleans. Other highlights from her dream year (in no particular order) include selling and buying a couple mansions, winning her 23rd Grand Slam while 8 weeks pregnant, and giving birth to a bouncing baby girl.

We hope the star celebrated and luxuriated on her private beach with something cool and refreshing in hand — and maybe that she brings us with her next time.


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