Airbnb has just launched Airbnb Luxe, offering luxury accommodation rentals with an average price of $14,000 per week.

“Today’s luxury traveler is craving more than just high-end accommodations; they seek transformation and experiences that leave them feeling more connected to each other and to their destination,” says Airbnb co-founder, CEO, and head of community Brian Chesky.

Airbnb Luxe bookings include access to a trip designer, who arranges everything a traveler could need, from check-in logistics to private chefs. Also available are more extreme requests, such as building a temporary basketball court or cordoning off a section of jungle for a private cave-diving session.

Properties to rent under the Luxe division include the Jamaican villa where Ian Fleming wrote the James Bond novels ($4,455 per night), a six-bedroom Mexican villa with a waterslide into an infinity pool ($3,200 per night), and Nukutepipi, an entire private island in French Polynesia, featuring a master villa and 15 guesthouses ($146,183 per night, with a minimum seven-night stay).

Other options include a medieval castle in Italy, a chateau in France, and a lakeside architectural home on New Zealand's south island.

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