How many CVs do you think a company would receive for a job offer like this?

A "high volume" of resumes is expected to come flurrying in by luxury travel companies Luxury Travel Intelligence (LTI) and VeryFirstTo.com, thanks to this job ad.

"LTI (Luxury Travel Intelligence), the digital luxury travel resource for affluent travellers, is offering the opportunity for an individual (or couple) to travel the world in exceedingly extravagant fashion - at no cost," it reads. 

"This never done before experience, an all expenses paid $1m one-year luxury trip, is being offered exclusively through VeryFirstTo."

Sounds too good to be true, doesn't it?

This dream job is open to all adults around the world, as long as you are "passionate about, and discerning in, luxury travel".

The aim of the role is to give LTI information into more than 50 leading global travel destinations with a particular focus on trendy hotels, nightclubs and restaurants, to help them offer better insight to their customers.

The successful applicant (or applicants) will have to visit exotic locations like these, incognito:

  • Venice: Checking if the Aman is living up to its potential, plus a look at the new Gritti Palace
  • Necker Island: Providing a full insight including establishing if food has improved
  • Buenos Aires: Reviewing the Four Seasons following its major refurbishment
  • Miami: Assist in updating LTI's Destination Report including checking out the new Metroplitan by Como, the Fisher Island Club's major refurbishment and visiting the freshly opened Roberto Cavalli Restaurant
  • Las Vegas: Focussing on new dining, lounge and club openings including Hakkasan and Fizz (David Furnish's new champagne lounge)
  • Maldives: Various new hotel openings and feeding back on Velaa Private Island
  • Ski Resorts: Checking out the many newly opened decadent properties including W Hotel in Verbier, L'Apogée in Courchevel and The Chedi in Andermatt.
Oh, and we forgot to mention you'll have to travel by various forms of transport, such as planes, private jets, yachts and Japan's Kyushi Seven Stars luxury train.

Sounds awful, doesn't it?

For more information or to apply, go here.