All The Details On Serena Williams' Not-So-Secret Secret Honeymoon

Accessible only by private ferry, helicopter or seaplane!

Published 2 weeks ago

After seeing Serena Williams' lavish Beauty and the Beast-themed wedding, tying the knot to Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian, we instantly became consumed with finding out the deets for their honeymoon.

Score! Finally, we've got the deets on where they jet-setted, where they stayed, how much it cost and more! 

The Location: The private Bahamian island of Kamalame Cay is accessible only by private ferry, helicopter ($2,000 each way) or seaplane ($2,486).

Honeymooning for a week, the newlyweds flew in via private jet! Enjoying the exclusive life, they enjoyed the view of three miles of deserted beach with 27 exclusive bungalows, cottages and villas, along with “an oceanside tennis court where Serena practiced,” a source told Page Six

“A week in paradise. Thanks @bookingcom for helping us find the perfect honeymoon villa.” Serena captioned an Instagram video displaying the romantic scenery.

(Photo: Booking.com/Splash News)

The Stay: Living luxe in "Magnolia," a four-bedroom villa located 100 feet from the beach, the amenities were #goals:

  • daily breakfast basket 
  • in-room Nespresso coffee
  • selection of teas 
  • daily homemade cookie delivery 
  • personal golf cart 
  • in-room iPod dock and Bose stereo 
  • Molton Brown toiletries 
  • complimentary Internet Lounge Wi-Fi 
  • laundry service and use of sporting equipment: kayaks, paddleboards, bicycles, snorkeling gear, tennis courts, balls, rackets and ball machine, according to Kamalame Cay’s website
(Photo: Booking.com/Splash News)

The price tag? $3,335 per night for standard amenities.

If Serena and Alexis decided to be “guests of house,” the per night increased to $5,055 with additional amenities:

  • private sunset cruise 
  • a bath butler
  • scuba diving lessons 
  • and an afternoon picnic on a secluded beach
(Photo: Booking.com/Splash News)

The activities: Keeping it fun, the couple enjoyed bonefishing, and to relax the newlyweds visited the Bahamas’ only overwater spa, where they enjoyed a 90-minute couples massage ($210 per person).

We agree, Serena. Sounds just like paradise! 

Written by Tweety Elitou

(Photo: Booking.com/Splash News)