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Go ahead, make a guess: What property out there is considered the Best Hotel in the World? If you look east – way east — to the Maldives archipelago in the Indian Ocean you would be warm. According to TripAdvisor, Gili Lankanfushi gets top honors as the Best Hotel in the World 2015 as tabbed by its Travelers’ Choice survey and the reasons will not surprise you.

Each of Gili Lankanfushi resort’s 45 villas is an overwater island unto itself.  In the Maldives, it is said each resort is its own kingdom and at Gili Lankanfushi that land would be the Kingdom of Luxury. Each villa is completely private with a large open-air living space and 2,250 -15,000 square feet (depending on villa category) with aromatic hardwood interiors that include dining facilities, outdoor terrace with day bed, open-air private bathroom with separate glass walled shower area, and king bed, — all over open waters.

 

Villas to Palaces in the Maldives

But to command the kingdom, one must live like a royal and that would mean booking the Private Reserve, a 15,000 square foot palace on two tiers over the ocean.  Accessed only by boat, indulgences include a private spa and gym, rooftop and terrace sundecks, an enchanting sea garden, a 1,000-square-foot open-air bathroom, a private wine cellar and a waterslide into the beckoning waters of a coral pool from the rooftop terrace. It can sleep up to six people in sublime comfort. Attendant Mr. & Mrs. Fridays come with every villa, but the Private Reserve comes with the attention of “a his” and “a hers.”

When you are considered the Best Hotel in the World, you get to make your own time. Gili Lankanfushi sets its clocks an hour later than the rest of the country, giving its guests more time in the day to spend in this magical and mythical Maldivian island kingdom.

Dining and Daytripping at Gili Lankanfushi

Dining is international here, with emphasis on Asian and Mediterranean cuisine. The resort serves a creative array of cocktails and beer at the bar, and offers a wine cellar filled with award winning collections. Picnicking under sun or stars is always on the menu for those who want to add a little bit of heaven to the dining experience.

Activities onsite and on water keep boredom at bay: There’s sunrise yoga for starters, anything from windsurfing, kayaking, sailing, dolphin cruising, snorkeling and diving (the resort has its own fully-equipped PADI diving school) can follow. Grab a bike and seek out what secrets this remote island may harbor; play tennis, board games or take day trips to other islands – the Maldivian capital of Male is just 20 minutes away. Nights might include sunset cruises, jungle cinema or a Japanese fusion dinner at By the Sea.

 

And not forgetting spa time: Meera Spa with open walls over the ocean, lets in the breezes and the soothing ocean sounds while therapists chime in with local mastery in their facials and massage treatments.

 

The Maldives: for Un-Tourists

Maldives, a collection of some 19 atolls and 1,190 islands cropping out of the clearest and warmest waters on earth, receives less tourism than it deserves. Some 1.4 million tourists will visit this year (Las Vegas gets 40 million visitors a year as a point of perspective). The country recently joined neighboring Indian Ocean island destinations, such as Rodriguez and Mauritius, in creating a regional designation as the Vanilla Islands. But visitors heading to the Maldives might be attracted by the “un-tourist” quality of these islands, where quiet and privacy are paramount, purity is religion, and beauty is everywhere.

A visit to the Maldives is a visit to the lowest country on earth (not one of its coral islands is higher than six feet). Gili Lankanfushi’s theme: No Shoes, No News means expect to get your feet wet, and expect to not care.

 

Gili Lankanfushi: Getting There, Staying There

Rates: These start at around $1,100 a night with a complimentary night if a booking is four nights or longer. Early bookings (60 days in advance) are rewarded with complimentary half-board on meals. Rates and packages vary and may include full board, spa treatments, private residence discounts, spring water, Wi-Fi or return transfers from Male. A number of airlines serve Male from the U.S. A flight to Male is 10.5 hours from London, located just south of Sri Lanka.

Contact:

Gili Lankanfushi
Lankanfushi Island, North Malé Atoll
Republic of Maldives
(011) 960 664 0304
info@gili-lankanfushi.com
www.gili-lankanfushi.com 

 

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Until November 30, 2017 book a four-night stay at Gili Lankanfushi in The Maldives and enjoy a lavish Champagne breakfast at your convenience by the beach at the Main Restaurant and indulge in a different gourmet dinner experience nightly, with a stay of minimum 4 nights with us and create your very own Gili Story.

RATES INCLUDE

Package offer is applicable to all villa categories

Enjoy 25% off room rates from all villa categories (no restriction on the number of nights stayed)

Daily Champagne breakfast in the Main Restaurant

Minimum stay of 4 nights to receive the following privileges:

Gourmet dinner experience in the Main Restaurant every night
Receive USD 400 resort credit per villa per stay for food and beverage experiences, Meera Spa treatments, boutique purchases and return transfer on speedboat (excluding water sport activities and surfing)

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Every romance can use the heated boost of an exotic island getaway. Some islands escapes, however, can leave a couple cold while other exotic island getaways simply will take their breath away.

Three exotic island getaways that will prime the heart pump with pinch-me dream settings in remote locations are The Brando in the Society Islands of Tahiti, Song Saa, off the coast of Cambodia in the Gulf of Thailand, and Gili Lankanfushi in Indian Ocean amid the islands of the Maldives. The islands all present perfect places for what every couple requires: to disappear, to delight, to discover, to rediscover and to remember.

The Brando: Royalty, Celebrity, Sustainability

Disappearing is easy when your exotic island getaway is deep into the Pacific on an atoll so remote that mutineers of the Bounty tried to hide there. The Brando is an island unto itself on Tetiaro in French Polynesia – an island you might never find except for the glitterati that keep popping in for a weekend or a prolonged stay. Most recently those names included Johnny Depp, Barack Obama, who found the setting calm and evocative for writing his White House memoires; and Pippa Middleton, the younger sister of Kate Middleton, honeymooned there recently with new husband in one of the resort’s 35 lavish villas.

While remote as the crow flies, the island is easily accessible by private plane in a tranquil atoll 30 miles north of the island of Tahiti. The resort proudly shows its LEED platinum certification in its cleanliness, operations and focus on the surrounding environment. Beaches are made of delicious white sand and guests share their spaces with sea turtles, manta rays, colorful sea life and rare birds.

The island does come with more celebrity lore, of course. It is not hard to squint and see a thin, tanned and barefoot Marlon Brando walking the beaches with his new Tahitian bride met during the filming of the 1962 version of Mutiny on the Bounty. He bought the 193-acre island, composed of 12 motus, for around $200,000. It was a favored place for Tahitian royalty at the time and now offers one- to three-bedroom villas on spacious private beaches, each with its own secluded plunge pools and all designed around clean, renewable energy sources.

Villas range from 1,033 square feet to 2,648 square feet with cozy sitting areas in some, living rooms in others, private terraces or decks, lavish bathrooms, dining areas and kitchens in some, palatial closets, even an outdoor tub. Unplugged does not mean disconnected. Villas have rooms furnished with TV and DVD entertainment, with Wi-Fi throughout.

Dining is exquisitely French with the award-winning cuisine of Guy Martin of the Michelin two-star restaurant Le Grand Véfour in Paris. Venues range from the casual Beachcomber Café beachfront restaurant, to the fine dining Les Mutinés by Guy Martin restaurant, to the Te Manu Bar and Bob’s Bar, and in-room service.

Heavenly holistic body treatments happen at the Varua Te Ora Polynesian Spa. At the Explorer’s Center, guests can enjoy lectures from on-site scientists, and a library. Fitness fans can keep up their regimen at a fully equipped cadio and strength training gym – but the activities available may prove more interesting: bicycling, snorkeling, and bird watching, paddle boarding and scuba diving. Guests can explore the lagoon by Polynesian outrigger canoe, take a guided tour of the atoll’s motus, go out stargazing with a naturalist, swim in clear calm waters at Mermaid Bay or relax at the beach or pool.

Indulge in island chic black pearl jewelry or spend the afternoon with marine biologists at the Tetiaroa Society NGO’s laboratory located near the resort. Days are full of discovery in both science and romance.

The Brando is owned and operated by Pacific Beachcomber, which also owns and operates award winning resorts on Tahiti, Moorea and Bora Bora, as well as the luxury cruise ship m/s Paul Gauguin. Published rates start at $3,381 per couple per night.

Contact:

The Brando
Tetiaroa Private Island, Tahiti, French Polynesia
(+689) 40 866 366
Email: reservation@thebrando.com
www.thebrando.com


Gili Lankanfushi: Where the sea sings and breezes whisper

As the world gets smaller, the Maldives, once as remote as you could utter and still be on this planet, just gets closer and closer. The Maldives is really some 1,900 islands in 26 atolls spread over 56,000 square miles in a scattered archipelago below the nadir of Sri Lanka. Only 200 of those islands are inhabited and find Gili Lankanfushi among them in what seems to be a one island/one resort tradition.

Total flight duration from New York to Malé, the capital of the Maldives, is usually a little more than 18 hours – more if that flight is from Los Angeles. No flights are non-stop from the U.S. and that gives couples more time to enjoy the anticipation of staying in what has been tabbed as one of the top resorts in the world by TripAdvisor.


As romantic island getaway, Gili Lankanfushi could be considered a tempting model of aspiration. The Guests find 45 spacious overwater villas following a 20-minute speedboat ride from Velana International Airport on Malé. Wooden villas rise from the shallow ocean on stilts. It’s a quiet island, less than 2,000 feet long where guest move from one corner of the island to another on bicycles or barefoot in the soft sands. Privacy is the mantra with dedicated 24-hour butler service for each villa, terrace to beach access for each villa (make that six steps and counting), large living areas, expansive bathrooms, outdoor shower, even a roof loft on some villas so you can sleep under the stars.


Each villa offers private over water sundeck or rooftop sundeck with daybeds and dining, an open-air private bathroom with separate glass walled shower area, a king bed, and 2,250 square feet of aromatic hardwood interiors. The Private Reserve takes it to a whole new level with15,069 square feet of space on two floors, adding a second master suite with floor to ceiling windows on three sides, a guest room suite, lavish bath areas, a gym, his and her 24-hour butlers, a  gourmet kitchen, customized wine cellar, personal motorized water vehicles, waterslide, pool, and entertainment room.

There are three restaurants specializing in dishes from Japan, Asia and the subcontinent, often with live cooking stations and always seafood. If nothing else, couples can share the joys of exploring new flavors in the homemade ice creams. Although an island in the middle of nowhere, Gili Lankanfushi is famous for its wine cave and its collection of prized labels that pour at these tables. A favorite Gili Lankanfushi experience is the wine tastings (with chocolate and cheese to complement) put together by the sommelier as well as several unique Tasting Journeys with Sake, wine, whiskey, Champagne and others paired with delectable food.

Remote as it is, there is much to do on this remote romantic island escape. The Meera Spa offers detoxifying couples treatments using seaweed as a central ingredient. Guests can listen to the song of the waves and watch glowing fish below the spa’s overwater location as they are massaged.

Snorkeling and diving in the surrounding clear warm waters is a divine but the resort is also gaining traction as a place to surf. The resort recently opened a dedicated surf center and now offers lessons in all seasons for beginners to pros.

Island fever is rare but should it strike it is easily quelled by a visit to, well, another island. As the capital of the Maldives is only minutes away, guests make day trips for shopping, dining and explorations. Nights offer movies under the stars – with popcorn and chocolate fondue.

Published starting rates run about $1,224 (subject to taxes) per villa per night, not including meals.

Contact:

Gili Lankanfushi
Lankanfushi Island, North Malé Atoll
Republic of Maldives
(+011 960) 664 0304
Email: info@gili-lankanfushi.com
www.gili-lankanfushi.com

Song Saa: Floating to Cambodia

The two tiny heart shaped islands forming the remote resort of Song Saa is a mere 45-minute speedboat ride from Cambodia’s southwest coast has been a work of love for Rory and Melita Hunter who discovered the paradise Song Saa in 2006 and went about bringing its magic to life.

As scuba enthusiasts, Song Saa was never intended to exist as a resort paradise alone but always a work in progress – that work being the surrounding island habitats in what became Cambodia’s first marine reserve. Song Saa is the Khmer phrase for “The Sweethearts,” which describes the two side-by-side islands now connected by a bridge across the marine reserve. Island water is treated here and reused for growth of native vegetation. Driftwood and timber are recycled from old fishing boats to build furniture and construction for the resort’s 27 open and airy villas.

While these islands cover a 17 acres there are plenty of beaches, coves, walks, hidden snorkeling and diving sites and nooks and crannies around the resort itself to have privacy and the peace one seeks from a remote exotic island getaway.

Active guests can visit the watersports center for morning snorkels in search of seahorses around coral reefs –a must–, or afternoon kayaking through shady mangroves with the resident marine biologist, or finding out the best places around the island for night-time dips in bioluminescent waters.

All villas have ocean views – some are on the beach and some are over the water. Built with one or two bedrooms, each has its own deck with plunge pool and stunning views. Villas have thatched roofs and cooling stonewalls, huge four-poster fantasy beds wrapped in soft muslin and plenty of other amenities – stocked mini-bar, Wi-Fi, perfumed toiletries. All is part of the tariff, whether for one night or several.

Dining is a treat with Khmer fusion classics mixed with fresh local seafood and locally grown produce. Menus changed seasonally, if not daily, as diners enjoy the panoramas and the creatively repurposed driftwood décor. Guests, too, can get creative – about where on Song Saa to dine. Impeccable private meals can be presented just about anywhere one can sit and take in the beauty.

While spending some island time at Song Saa, a romantic island getaway should also contain some spa time and on Song Saa those moments are built into highly transformative experiences. Many of the treatments and themes have been inspired by the Khmer people and their use of natural herbs, plants and ancient relaxation practices to support the body’s natural healing.

Song Saa Private Island is accessible via private boat or yacht from Sihanoukville, a three-hour drive from Phnom Penh International Airport in Cambodia.  Private yachts of all sizes can be moored there with a day rate inclusive of resort facilities, pool, restaurant and bar access, and some non-motorized sports. Helicopter transfers are also available from nearby cities, including Siem Reap.

Nightly rates run around $1,300 per night, inclusive.

Song Saa Private Island
#108e1, Street 19
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Tel: +011 855 23 686 0361
Email: reservations@songsaa.com
Website: www.songsaa.com

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Gili Lankanfushi, named the Best Hotel in the World by TripAdvisor in the Traveller’s Choice Awards 2015, is about to get even better. The resort’s amazing Private Reserve – the largest overwater villa in the world – has been upgraded, making it more dazzling than ever.

Standing alone in the middle of a sparkling turquoise lagoon, 500 meters from the resort and only accessible by boat, the spectacular sprawling villa takes privacy and luxury to another level entirely. The closest neighboring villas are 300 meters away, allowing guests to relax in total seclusion.

An incredible 1,700 square meter space, the luxurious three-bedroom hideaway offers the utmost in natural chic, with its wood and glass design complementing the breathtaking Indian Ocean views and flooding the villa with light through floor-to-ceiling windows.

As part of an extensive renovation program, a new 63 square meter fresh water swimming pool has been added overlooking the lagoon sunrise side. With a vast sun-deck and shaded pavilions, access is via wooden walkways from the master suites, as well as the main lounging area. There will also be a Jacuzzi within the pool, the perfect spot for sundowners.

“The beautiful pool adds an extra dimension to the Private Reserve, a wonderful alternative for those who prefer fresh water to the sea – and it’s obviously unaffected by the tides,” said Steven Philips, General Manager of Gili Lankanfushi. “We also wanted to make the most of the deep channel right in front of the villa, so it was built without having to disturb any of the local ecosystem.”

A spacious new en-suite bedroom has also been added to one of the two master suites – ideal for families. But as each suite is the same size as the resort’s huge Crusoe Residences, there’s still ample room for total privacy for friends. There are further bedrooms for two live-in Mr Fridays (private butlers on call 24/7 to cater to every whim), or if this is not desired, some guests opt to bring their nannies, secretaries or bodyguards.

 

Other improvements include a new library and study for any business needs, complete with an en suite bathroom and large comfortable lounging beds. A shower room is being added within the gym and fresh new furnishings throughout the villa.

Guests at the Private Reserve can relax in the ample indoor and outdoor living and lounging spaces, and soak up endless views. There’s a private spa with sauna and steam room for all pampering needs and a state-of-the-art cinema for film screenings of their choice. A wide water slide from the top deck into the lagoon adds to the fun.

When it comes to dining, quality and imagination are key. A personal chef will plan tailored meals using produce from the resort’s organic vegetable and herb gardens. Choice abounds from Michelin-quality fine dining to BBQs and more casual eating – served in the open top-floor dining room or at cushioned round tables close to the ocean. The wine cellar and bar are stocked to individual tastes too.

And, of course, all the facilities of the main resort are just a short boat-ride away, whether guests use their personal motorized boats or enjoy a chauffeur driven water taxi with their Mr Friday.

All Private Reserve bookings include exclusive transfers on the resort’s sumptuous new 14-metre luxury yacht for the 20-minute journey from Male’ airport. Guests also have use of it for an additional day – perhaps for a fishing outing around the local atoll or a private snorkeling trip with the resort’s own marine biologist.

 

For those who value true privacy, luxury and the space to enjoy it, there really is no place like the Gili Lankanfushi Private Reserve.

The Private Reserve will re-open on 15th November.

Private Reserve Rates / night range from $11,000-$23,630. Plus local government taxes. Room-only basis. The Reserve sleeps up to twelve people.

For bookings contact: reservations@gili-lankanfushi.com or +960 6640304

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Honeymooning in the Maldives may sound like honeymooning on the moon to many Americans, but, in fact, the Maldives was practically invented for honeymoons.

This archipelago of tropical oases at the confluence of the Indian Ocean and the Arabian Sea defy most imaginations if only in the possibilities that such an exotic locale can conjure. And with such private island resorts as Gili Lankanfushi and Six Senses Laamu, those possibilities pop to life.

For starters, the Maldives might be considered a mélange of wonders where Portuguese, Dutch and British flags have added spice to the native South Asian cultures to be found on many of the 26 atolls (and more than 1100 islands) that make up this island nation. The now independent republic some 250 miles off the southwest coast of India found that tourism, especially travel that is themed around romance, is one of its best assets given the warm waters, white sands and lush greenery. In the past two decades top resorts bearing the most luxurious concepts and themes have put this remote island chain on the map and within reach for honeymooners and jet-setters alike.

For the 1.4 million Americans taking a honeymoon each year, the Maldives is noted as a perfect place: there is little distraction beyond the surrounding beauty; time is a dimension for another universe; all needs and wants are attended so couples can concentrate on the meaning of bliss. Luxury honeymoons comprise 15% of the market, and those honeymooners spend an average of $9,954 and vacation for 11 days. Such time, expense and perfect romance may not get a second chance so it is not unusual for such honeymooning couples to reach beyond the familiarity of U.S. shores and head to the Maldives for the vacation of a lifetime.

Honeymoons at Gili Lankanfushi

Gili Lankanfushi is all about the water, the sand and the simple act of enjoying them in the most romantic of surroundings. For honeymooning couples, Gili Lankanfushi presents a variety of villas all over the water watching an endless horizon. The 45 lavish overwater villas, including the Crusoe Residences and The Private Reserve, can be reached only by boat.

Each presents, at minimum, a private over water sundeck or rooftop sundeck with daybeds and dining, a private bathroom with a walkway leading to a separate glass walled shower area, a king bed, and 2,250 square feet of aromatic hardwood interiors. The Private Reserve kicks it up to 15,069 square feet on two floors, adds a second master suite with floor to ceiling windows on three sides, adds a guest room suite, lots of additional private lounging spots, decked out bath areas, a gym, Mr. and Mrs. Fridays, stocked gourmet kitchen, customized wine cellar, personal motorized water vehicles, waterslide, pool, and entertainment room.

The Meera Spa has six overwater treatment rooms and offers such options as seaweed skin therapies, bamboo body massages and advice from wise wellness practitioners who take residence at the resort for periods to administer and lecture about specialized healing approaches. There is a full gym that overlooks the surrounding beauty; a library, classes in tai chi and yoga, even an organic garden for picks and tips.

Dining at Gili Lankanfushi runs the range of South Asian to Mediterranean to Japanese. Palettes get a workout, especially with tastings at the underground Wine Cellar and Chocolate Cave. Of course in-villa dining is always a choice as is a private destination dining under the stars at a nearby private island.

As for entertainment, Gili Lankanfushi puts lying on pure, white, coral sand beaches and snorkeling in the calm crystal waters of the warm ocean at front and center. There are walks and bike rides to be taken around the island, and diving in these parts — where there is no one else around for miles and miles and the underwater visibility nearly compares to the overwater clarity — has few rivals. At night, while the stars put on their own show, movies and DVDs flow from the library and there are even movie nights at the Jungle Cinema.

Naturally, there are motorized activities, including fishing trips and sunset cruises – and dolphin cruises where you can swim among the cetaceans. To truly escape the island for a day of shopping, Male, the capital of the Maldives, is a 20-minute speedboat ride away. On offer, depending on dates, is a stay-three, one-free package with a host of inclusions. Room rates start at around $1,100 per night, non-inclusive.

Honeymoons at Six Senses Laamu

Not to be outdone, Six Senses Laamu offers its own brand of honeymoon perfection with 97 land and overwater bungalows. The only resort property in the Laamu Atoll, located on tiny Olhuveli Island, it’s a short plane-, then boat-, hop from Male.

Six Senses Laamu offers a bit more action and fanfare with a Chill Lounge, a jungle cinema, a dive center, a variety of restaurants and bars and even its own home-made ice cream spot with 48 flavors (tofu or wasabi ice ream anyone?). The Six Senses Spa features a juice bar and large treatment rooms that stand like upside-down bird’s nests letting the sun-kissed breezes filter in.

While many guests spend days snorkeling in soothing warm shallows with the resident marine biologist if they so choose, there are great dives to be had, including night diving, plus certification courses in one of the most beautiful and untouched reefs in the world. Guests can also try windsurfing, wake boarding, waterskiing, canoeing, catamaran sailing, fishing trips, and island hopping, with private meals on private isles.

The surfing is world class, with boat trips to the famous 8 foot Yin Yang wave just minutes away as well as the other nearby fun surf spots within Laamu Atoll – surfing lessons both board and kite are offered. Click here for a full list of excursions and experiences. Commitment and recommitment ceremonies can be arranged and delivered with all the frills.

All over-water accommodations come with a glass bathtub surrounded by a water garden for some sublime soaking. All villas have outdoor daybed gardens, air-conditioning, Bose entertainment systems, and outdoor bathrooms. Accommodations also come with attentive butlers who greet their guests at the domestic airport and guide them to the waiting speedboat.

Contact:

Gili Lankanfushi
Lankanfushi Island, North Malé Atoll
Republic of Maldives
(011) 960 664 0304
info@gili-lankanfushi.com
www.gili-lankanfushi.com 

Six Senses Laamu
Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas

(0-11-960) 680-0800
reservations-laamu@sixsenses.com
www.sixsenses.com/resorts/laamu/destination

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