Tue, 6 December 2016

Four Seasons Opens Private Island in Maldives

Four Seasons, one of the most respected luxury hotel brands in the world, has opened the first exclusive-use hideaway in an UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve.

The secluded five-acre Four Seasons Private Island Maldives at Voavah, Baa Atoll features seven bedrooms, a Beach House, dive school and 62-foot (18.9 metre) yacht. It can accommodate up to 22 guests at one time.

Voavah days revolve around the double-storey Beach House and adjacent white sands, crystal waters and abundant reef all exemplary even by Maldives standards.

 The Beach House hub offers open-air living room, dining room, kitchen, pool deck, gym, library and loft lounge, while seven bedrooms are arranged on the beach, over the pristine lagoon or elevated in panoramic Mezzanine Suites.

The island features an Ocean of Consciousness Spa and guests can also have yoga, meditation and pranayama classes, high-end beauty treatments and a Rossano Ferretti hair consultant on call.

Privacy-protected with single entry, CCTV, night vision cameras, and 24-hour on-site security patrols, Four Seasons Private Island Voavah is far more than a luxury retreat. Its a reconnection to self and surroundings; an island to call ones own; somewhere to explore desires, in ones own way, where no-one is watching and anything is possible.

Voavah Summer

A 62-foot private yacht, Voavah Summer, invites exploration of the dazzling and undisturbed UNESCO domain.

 Experiences focus on the UNESCO territory, guided by a team that has already spent a decade protecting it: diving with whale sharks, snorkeling with manta rays, swimming with neighbourhood turtles, fishing for dinner, visiting local islands, surfing unknown breaks and cruising into breathtaking Baa Atoll sunsets.

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