The Mustique Company Taps BeautifulPlaces for U.S. Market Initiative

The Mustique Company (TMC) has selected BeautifulPlaces to lead its new sales and marketing initiative in the U.S. market. As a first step, BeautifulPlaces, a villa hospitality company, has added a select group of villas on Mustique, a prized destination in The Grenadines, to its global portfolio.

BeautifulPlaces’ initial Mustique villa portfolio features a variety of architectural styles, sizes, locations and amenities befitting the international background of the villas’ owners. All home rentals include a professional household staff, “mules” (luxury golf carts), airport transfers, and use of TMC’s fitness, spa, tennis, water sports and equestrian facilities.

Here’s a sampling of the Mustique portfolio:

Toucan Hill 

Set on the highest point on the island amid seven garden-filled acres, this dramatic Moorish-style home offers 360 views of the island, the harbor, and dramatic sunsets. Each room includes hand-crafted furniture, artwork, lighting, tilework and accessories. clients may enjoy a variety of cuisines created by one of the island’s top chefs served in various dining locations including the villa’s towering Mirador.


Designed by noted architect Paola Piva, this expansive family home - in the charming "Caribbean Gingerbread" style – sits high above L’Ansecoy Bay on the island’s desirable Northern end. The many indoor/outdoor living areas, wrap around veranda, game room, children’s wing and pool make this an ideal retreat to entertain family and friends.


For those clients looking for the latest in a contemporary residence, Hummingbird is ideal. Set on eight acres, this modern stone and marble edifice offers a media room, fitness center, game room and more. The master bathroom features a nature rock shower and private pool.

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