Prince George's first international vacation was fit for a future king!
The four-bedroom house comes with an extensive staff of a butler, chef, housekeeper and a gardener and features positively stunning views of the coastline.
Lush gardens and two pools also give the six-month-old and his family plenty of space to rest and play in.
The home also offers an outdoor lounge area with shades, providing the Middletons with ultimate privacy if need be.
Michael, Carole and Pippa Middleton were reportedly already staying at the stunning home, which rents for approximately $13,000 a week, before the duchess and prince arrived.
The Middletons are no strangers to the tropical island, and have a tradition of spending time there in honor of Carole's birthday.
This year was no exception, as the family and several close friends celebrated Kate's mom's 59th birthday late last week.
The brunette beauty was photographed carrying her son as she arrived at the local airport alongside her brother, James Middleton.
Prince William wasn't in tow, however, as he stayed back in England to focus on his studies.
The duke is almost finished with his 10-week course in agricultural management at the University of Cambridge.
But we have a sneaking suspicion that he's going to be a bit jealous after seeing photos of his wife and son's beach getaway!