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1.Amilla Fushu 

Young, hippy, with a more flexible approach to tropical island luxury, Amilla cuts a distinctly fashionable figure. Go for the high design, terrific dining, super spa treatments and mesmerising marine life. As well as overwater and beach villas, Amilla Fushi has introduced a third accommodation option – swish treehouses. All have large private pools, hammock and barbecue. Family villas have been designed to ensure that both the parent’s and children’s bedrooms are in the same building. The kids’ club is fantastic – think palm tree swings, finger painting and beach games – teens can play X-Box. There is a full on watersports set-up which includes everything from snorkels to stand-up paddle-boards to kayaks and Sea Bobs. The island’s star restaurant, Lonu serves delectable Asian fusion cuisine and splendid locally-caught seafood. Therapists can be dispatched to your villa for in-room treatments and residences and villas each have a butler.

Festive Amazing Early Bird Discount – for the bookings from 20/12/17 till 10/01/18, receive an extra 30% discount. SPO for the room categories: Ocean Reef House, Ocean Lagoon House, Lagoon House Sunset View. 










2. Сheval Blanc Randheli 

Cheval Blanc Randheli is an exceptional haven in the pristine Noonu Atoll. Designed by Jean-Michel Gathy, the 45 villas, some over water, others lining the beach, brim with bespoke, creative details under thatched roofs. Each features a sleek swimming pool, hammock, loungers and a huge daybed. A dedicated majordomo (butler), will look after you and plan your day, from unpacking your suitcase and ironing clothes to booking restaurants, diving expeditions or fine-tuning a bubble bath filled with frangipani flowers. Facilities include yoga and meditation with Master Puneet, to exercise classes, tennis courts and a boot camp workout. There is a golf simulator and water sports from paddleboards to seabobs too, plus the Dive centre runs snorkelling and diving expeditions and dolphin cruises. The Guerlain Spa will take you to Cloud 9 and the fine dining experience at 1947 Restaurant offers an abundance of variety and flavours.

Last minute offer 2 –  for bookings in the period of 9/10-31/10 and 04/11-26/11 receive an extra 10% discount for all room types, except the Owner’s Villa.










3. Niyama 

Proclaiming itself “Nature’s playground”, Niyama Private Islands Maldives takes barefoot luxury to an exotic new level. Its two islands Chill and Play, one with a family focus and the other dedicated to couples, are a tropical paradise with lush vegetation, ivory white beaches, crystal clear waters and endless views of the Indian Ocean. Choose between beach or “over-water” living. Food-wise, whether you’d like Afro Latin grilled fare in a campsite atmosphere, or a more refined menu on a floating restaurant reached only by boat, every night can see you trying something new. Subsix is the underwater bar and music lounge offering culinary delights and champagne breakfasts. A new Surf Shack encourages guests to get to grips with surf breaks, (ideal for all levels). For a slower pace, the LIME Spa offers treatments both day and night.

Winter offer – for bookings in the period 19/07-08/01, receive an extra 40% discount for Bed & Breakfast, with a complimentary upgrade to Half Board. SPO is not valid for the Water Studio with pool and Deluxe Water Studio with Pool. SPO is not valid for Pavillions bookings for the periods of 20/10-10/11 and 23/12-8/01.









4. Shangri-La’s Villingili 

Tucked away on a castaway isle in the Maldives’ most southerly atoll, this spacious high-end haven is the largest single-resort island in the archipelago and operates in its own time zone – so that guests can enjoy an extra hour of sunshine for the ultimate disconnect. Its over-water accommodations and villas nestled secretively in the jungle, are exceptionally spacious, with enormous bathrooms, open-air showers, walk-in wardrobes and vast, comfortable beds. Overwater villas have steps straight to the ocean, while the on-island villas have their own private plunge pool. Facilities include Chi, The Spa, plus an eco/dive-centre, gym, infinity pool and the Maldives’ only nine-hole golf course. Cuisine-wise opt for ‘Dine by Design’ for intimate and memorable experiences or Fashala for Mediterranean-inspired fine dining and local seafood.

40% discount – for the booking period from 25/09-21/12 when booked before 14/12 get an extra 40% off. Not valid for bookings of Villa Muthee and Villa Laalu

Festive Bonanza Offer – for the period of booking from 22/12 till 9/01 if booked before 14/12 get a complimentary group round trip transfer and free package upgrade to All Inclusive. Minimum booking of 5 nights is required. Not valid for bookings of Villa Muthee and Villa Laalu.










5. Six Senses Laamu

Every villa at Six Senses Laamu is assigned a ‘guest experience maker’. The Water Villas are spectacular, boasting glass floor and glass outdoor tables enabling you to observe the underwater world while relaxing or dining. If you are travelling as a family, the spacious Lagoon Beach Villa offer two bedrooms with private pool and direct access to the lagoon. It is possible to take a picnic lunch on a nearby deserted island which you’ll have all to yourself for several hours too. The Chill Bar is the best spot to take in the mesmerising sunsets, Leaf offers fine dining and Longitude is an excellent spot for catching a glimpse of dolphins – whilst eating breakfast. Many of the mouthwatering dishes are created from produce grown in the island’s organic gardens. The resort is hidden deep in the Indian Ocean towards the far southern reaches of the Maldivian archipelago. The location does mean it takes a little longer to get there but trust us – it is worth the journey.

Summer Offer 2017 – for the period of booking from 1/12-21/12 receive get an extra 40% discount, complimentary Half Board and 50% discount for the group round trip transfer.


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