From Sri Lankan tea plantations to the wilds of Chile’s Patagonia, these seriously spectacular destinations are waiting for you to discover...
The Maldives isn't exactly lacking when it comes to luxury private island resorts, but this new offering has set a new standard. Introducing the new Fairmont Maldives Sirru Fen Fushi from AccorHotels…
The Maldives is known for its overwater bars, but this has well and truly blown the rest, well, out of the water.
Possibly one of the world's most exclusive wateringholes, Anantara Kihavah's SKY features an overwater observatory (the first of its kind in the Maldives) and requires a private charter flight to get there. Yes, this is one seriously cool place to toast the sunset.
With more than 1,000 jewel-like islands scattered across the pristine waters of the Indian Ocean, it’s no wonder the Maldives routinely crops up on bucket lists. Many of the islands remain uninhabited, but those occupied often boast single-island luxury resorts where you can explore and enjoy your own private paradise.
Our tropical paradise checklist may have been a big ask: peace and quiet, abundant reef life (turtles top of the list), great seafood, barefoot dining on the beach, and a private über-luxe villa with its own pool and direct reef access. But then, we were celebrating our 18th anniversary (of the day we met), so we wanted to do it right. Milaidhoo, a new, small (50-villa) luxury resort in the stunning UNESCO Biosphere Reserve of Baa Atoll in the Maldives, looked perfect.
LUX* Resorts & Hotels unveils exciting developments for LUX* South Ari Atoll, and the thrilling experience that awaits guests, upon its re-opening on the 1st September 2016.
It's tough competition in the Maldives with luxury accommodation options aplenty, so it's a particularly special honour to be named the best Luxury Hotel Brand in the Maldives – congratulations to Coco Collection!
A lovely new resort in the Maldives welcomed its first guests on 1 August. The Outrigger Konotta Maldives Resort is an all-villa property comprising 21 Beach Pool Villas, eight two-bedroom Pool Villas, 21 Ocean Pool Villas and an exquisite Presidential Villa.
Already offering four incredible dining destinations, Per Aquum in the Maldives has released their newest food attraction, Nest, consisting of Asian inspired dishes from Thailand, China, Vietnam, Cambodia and more.
Perhaps the ultimate luxury honeymoon destination, the Maldives is the world’s most exotic archipelago and has become a synonym for paradise. More than 90 of the country’s 1,190-odd islands house private resorts – here are five of our favourites…
The incredible, brand new Outrigger Konotta Maldives Resort is now ready for bookings, opening its doors on August 1, 2015.
Dollops of dreamy, creamy sand spooned over a shimmering jelly-blue sea; from the air the tiny islands of the Maldives are a mouthwatering sight. Closing in for landing over the swaying palm trees which help define this fabled and fabulous constellation always brings a shiver of anticipation (as do the seductive tendrils of overwater bungalows which have become de rigueur here). You are about to become a very, very spoiled castaway.
Legendary UK Photographer Paul Reiffer will be staying at Per AQUUM's Maldives properties NIYAMA and Huvafen Fushi from April 17 to April 25, taking private bookings.
Most couples dream of spending their honeymoon or anniversary in a dreamy bungalow, overlooking waters of such aquamarine clarity that sea life can be spotted from the hammock on your porch.
Luckily, these iconic, thatch roof-style bungalows exist in some of the most beautiful islands in the world. In both the Maldives and Tahiti, you can put your snorkel gear on and jump right off your porch.
Though many of these spots are a bit of a splurge, they're absolutely perfect for couples planning a celebratory holiday, and staying in one of these luxury villas will be an unforgettable experience.
Enjoy a fine romance on an island made for two; there are literally hundreds to choose from at this fabled Indian Ocean getaway.
If you must get shipwrecked, you might as well do it in style. So discovered Australian surfer Tony Hinde who was washed up on a heavenly North Malé Atoll shore in 1973, enroute to Africa, and never went home. He fell under the spell of both the local breaks and lifestyle, married a Maldivian woman, Zulfa, and set up a surf school.WhileTony was helping visitors master the shallow coral reefs, the buzz started building about the near-mythical appeal of the destination he had ‘discovered’.