Nautilus Maldives is set to redefine the ultra-luxury experience offering ‘absolute freedom’ at its core
We all are stuck in our daily routines, deadlines and schedules always craving for some relaxation. Chasing time and trying to relax at the same time is a hard life. We all dream of escaping time, don’t we? To getaway into a tropical slice of heaven, far away from the daily chaos of life.
The Nautilus, a privately-owned island located in the heart of UNESCO biosphere reserve in the Maldives is the answer for those questions. Set to open in the January of 2019, The Nautilus is noticeably different from other luxury resorts in the Indian Ocean archipelago. The services on a new level and the activities follow the natural rhythms of the phases of the moon, tides and the rotation of earth around the sun.
The resort does not judge, inhibit and impose their guests. Restaurants have flexible approach to opening hours and you can have your breakfast whenever you want. No shoes, no worries as you live the way you desire along your stay. Guests can enjoy gourmet treats from the poolside deli all day long without charge, and each guest’s house comes with complimentary teas, coffee, water and a selection of soft drinks. It’s more than just a beach holiday.
Delightful as it seems the luxury resort does not come with a certain dress codes and encourages guests to go barefoot throughout their stay. The Nautilus will craft excursions and adventures, taking guests where they want to be when they want to be there, from midnight swims in glowing phosphorescent waters alongside a marine biologist, to exploring deserted islands on its custom-built yacht. Pleasant spa treatments are to be experienced whenever you want- without appointments.
The Nautilus Maldives is set to encourage the next generation luxury travelers into the Maldives with its new bohemian style. The lazy tropical vibes flow as the luxurious houses of the Nautilus Maldives resort is visualized.
It truly is a place far beyond time and luxury.