Of course, you'll be close to nature and a white sandy beach, and you'll also get your own private bartender.
Maldives is adding another luxury villa to its portfolio - this time, it comes courtesy of the Fairmont Sirru Fen Fushi. This week, the brand unveiled a new beach villa that offers a more nature-focused alternative to traditional luxury hotels.
The new villa is designed to offer guests a safari-like experience, bringing nature to your doorstep. Accordingly, the decor matches the terrain - think natural wooden window frames, wooden furniture and a neutral colour palette. Artwork adorns the walls, and floor-to-ceiling windows offer stunning ocean views.
The spacious 560 square meter villa has a master suite, en-suite bathroom and separate bedroom. Certainly, it offers plenty of places to entertain near the water - from a private beach in your backyard to a communal-style dining room overlooking a private pool.
Although this villa offers a glamping-style experience, you won't suffer for luxury amenities. Guests can call on the island's bartender to make cocktails at the private bar or even a personal chef for barbecue at home. You can also book time with a yoga instructor for a private session on the terrace - all can be arranged by your host on call. Villa has bicycles for getting around the island and a telescope for stargazing at night. For added intrigue, messages hidden in bottles will be scattered throughout the property during your stay. Inside, the notes include complimentary experiences—sunset cocktails and massages at the Willow Stream Spa.
To ensure guests get the complete experience, the property has also launched its Conscious Castaway package, which offers a villa stay and a range of different activities, such as barbecues on private beaches, intimate movie nights, safaris and diving. The package also includes a tour of the sustainability lab, where you can learn about the island's environment or you can make turtle-shaped luggage tags from plastic bottles in an interactive workshop.
“The new beach villas have been designed to be in harmony with the island's natural surroundings, allowing guests to experience a Maldivian safari experience. Launched to coincide with the new villas, the Conscious Castaway package highlights the resort's innovative sustainability initiatives, encouraging guests to learn the importance of marine conservation and make a positive impact on the destination,” said the CEO.
Villa rates start at $2,000 per night, while the Conscious package includes an additional $985 per stay.