Even though Justin Trudeau's G7 trip is a work trip, it almost seems like a mini-vacation because of the beautifully luxurious beachside hotel that he's staying in.

This year's G7 Summit, a gathering of world leaders from Canada, the U.S., the U.K., France, Germany, Japan, Italy, and the EU, is taking place at Carbis Bay Estate Hotel in Cornwall, U.K.

During the summit, Trudeau will take part in meetings, working sessions and receptions with other world leaders, including U.S. President Joe Biden and the U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson.*

The focus of this G7 Summit is to help the world fight and build back from the COVID-19 pandemic and create a greener future, which is fitting because the hotel received the Eco Hotel Award in 2019.

The Carbis Bay Estate Hotel is closed to the public because of the summit, so the world leaders have the whole place to themselves. It has a main house, beach lodges and beach suites for accommodations along with a spa, a bunch of restaurants and, of course, a 25-acre beach.

A one-bedroom beach suite (that features an en-suite bathroom, living room and ocean-facing balcony) starts at £1,210 a night, which works out to over CA$2,000!

*This article has been updated.