Wednesday, 29 May 2013

Gili Lankanfushi, Maldives

Lankanfushi ™ Gili, Maldives is a coral island in a lagoon gas intimate with springs threaded through the spacious villa accommodations water. Everywhere you look, marine life abounds. And the shimmering waters attract.

Formerly known as Soneva Gili by Six Senses, Gili Lankanfushi is in Lankanfushi private island in the North Male Atoll. This luxury resort is a few minutes by boat 20 minutes from Male International Airport, the capital of the Republic of Maldives. (Google Map)

This 5-star hotel in the private tropical island Lankanfushi Malé Atoll, one of the 19 atolls that stretch over 800 miles across the Indian Ocean. It is one of the 1,190 islands of the Maldives.

Maximum privacy can be found in Gili Lankanfushi. With only 45 luxury villas on the water, as Crusoe Residences and The Private Reserve reached by boat, you will have a piece of paradise for you. Each villa is designed with the utmost attention to detail, and built to be environmentally friendly. Your own private water garden and terrace as well as a separate shower related to your bathroom for outdoor walkway allows you to live next to the water's edge.

Each villa is traditionally (and sustainable) designed, with thick wooden beams and other natural materials that blend rustic charm with modern comfort.

Meera means ocean in Sanskirt language, and the glass panels in the floor beneath massage tables offer a look under the water to increase the sensual experience. The Spa offers a range of holistic therapies and signature Bamboo massage with warm aromatic oils presents another new encounter. Other facilities include six treatment rooms on the water, a yoga or Tai Chi champa, steam and sauna and a relaxation area with panoramic views of the sea.

Enjoy private meals prepared on the terrace of your villa or go ashore to enjoy fine fusion between East and West in one of the dining establishments in the locality. But do not forget you are in a marine paradise. Enjoy Lankanfushi Gili, Maldives diving school, or go diving quietly through the blue waters. Go deep sea fishing or windsurfing.

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