Luxury villas can be leased to stay in if you can afford the price charged by the owner. However, staying in luxury villas require observance of certain crucial rules that you may not be aware of:
1.There are owners of luxury villas who will allow you to bring along the family pet during your stay. Others may not, because the family pet (particularly sizeable ones such as large-breed dogs and cats) may require high maintenance. Also, the family pet could damage the furniture and other parts of the luxury villas by chewing or urinating and defecating on them, so the owners of luxury villas may be wary of letting your family pet into their luxury villas. If your family pet is contained in a comfortable container, such as a sturdy portable cage, then maybe you can get the owner to relent in your case.
2.You and your party might be required to have inoculations against certain communicable diseases like malaria before you can get to stay in luxury villas in your host country. This is usually mandated by law and administered by the government of your host country. Actually, this benefits both you and the owners of luxury villas because you and your party will be able to avoid getting very sick from communicable diseases, and the owners of any luxury villas you are eyeing can be assured you will not spread any communicable diseases to future tenants (or to the owners as well.)
3.Find out if servants and/or laundry and housekeeping services are included in the rent of the luxury villas you are planning to choose from. If there are many people in your party, the luxury villas may become expensive and time-consuming to maintain. So these services become necessities in such a case. If they are not included in the rent, you can ask your agent to help you find appropriate and trustworthy providers of such services in the host country.