Amir Benesh, the CEO of LVH Global— a luxury home rental service that sets up ultra wealthy travelers in mansions, villas, and yachts during their luxurious vacations — knows a thing or two about how the rich like to travel.
„The typical net worth of our clients is between $30 million to $4 billion,” Benesh told Business Insider. Most of their clients have an average annual income of $5 million.
A major part of traveling for anyone is experiencing the local food. However, for the ultra rich, getting a reservation at an exclusive spot might be a priority on their list of to-do’s.
Benesh has seen many requests come through when it comes to where his clients want to eat. „As for restaurants, the ultra wealthy look for quality food, [and] mostly hype,” he said.
„Those two often go hand-in-hand. People like to feel special. So getting into a place that has a reputation of being ‚impossible’ to get into makes gives people a sense of exclusivity,” Benesh said.
Ahead, see where dinner reservations are being made across the world for the ultra wealthy, according to Benesh.