BORIS Johnson and girlfriend Carrie Symonds arrived yesterday at the £20,000-a-week, six-bedroom Caribbean villa where they will see in the New Year.
They will mark the PM’s election at the Oceanus, a Moroccan-style house nestled on the hilltops of Mustique.
Guests can pick from one of three private pools and will be looked after by a team of staff including a butler, housekeeper and private gourmet chef.
However, the PM is understood to have paid for their British Airways flight.
After landing on a nearby island, the couple then took a small plane to Mustique.
Each of the villa’s master suites faces the ocean, offering romantic sunset evenings, while the property is made of natural materials.
A brochure for the villa says: “The open air plan provides the perfect balance of indoor and outdoor living spaces.
Multiple sunset decks and lounge areas with seven lighted water features make the property well suited for entertaining.
“This tranquil villa rests harmoniously on a hilltop overlooking Britannia Bay, which offers perfect trade wind breezes and panoramic views of the surrounding Caribbean and lush landscape of the island.”
It is owned by the Mustique Company, which is controlled by the island’s residents.