The Leisure Center at Laucala Island Resort.

Interior of the Plantation House at Laucala Island Resort.

A pool bar and the pool at Laucala Island Resort.

The pool at Laucala Island Resort.

The beach bar at Laucala Island Resort.

The living room of the Hilltop Estate at Laucala Island Resort.

Aerial view of the Laucala Island Resort.

The grounds and a pool at Laucala Island Resort.

A pool within a pool at Laucala Island Resort.

A pool bar at Laucala Island Resort.

Night time at the pool at Laucala Island Resort.

A peninsula villa at Laucala Island Resort.

A pool bar at night at Laucala Island Resort.

The Seagrass Lounge at Laucala Island Resort.

You will have to become incredibly successful charging more than $2 for an 8.5 oz. can of amped up energy drink to own a place like the Red Bull co-founder’s Fijian island resort, but for just over $4,000 a night (in the offseason) you can stay there as a guest of the Laucala Island Resort.

Red Bull’s Dietrich Mateschitz bought the property and the 5-km-long, 3,500 acre island from the Forbes family in 2003 and after using it for himself and offering it to celebrity friends for the last nine years, he’s opened it to the public. Guests in the 25 villas can enjoy 18 holes of golf, swimming, five restaurants, diving, spa services, and other activities at the all-inclusive property.

It’s enough to make fellow mogul-with-an-island Richard Branson jealous.

Fittingly, it’s a member of the Leading Hotels of the World group. The expansive grounds were reworked by landscape architect Scape Design Associates, while the interiors were executed by designer Lynne Hunt London.