The luxurious eco-resort has quite the famous history. It's named after Marlon Brando, who bought the island back in the 1960s, and former President Barack Obama also spent a month there earlier this year with his wife Michelle Obama after he said goodbye to the White House for good.
Guests stay at the resort to indulge and relax, staying at beachfront villas that come complete with private plunge pools surrounded by coconut trees. The resort also features a Polynesian spa, outdoor activities, and even upscale dining options.
It's safe to say the Matthews are in for a treat.
This article originally appeared on InStyle US