Jumeirah Vittaveli Resort in Maldives
By Eric • Dec 28, 2011 • Selected Work
Jumeirah Vittaveli is a brand new Resort developed by Jumeirah Hotels & Resorts that opened earlier this month.
Located in the Maldives, the resort has 91 villas and suites, each with its own private pool, private massage room, direct beach or lagoon access, and more.
An expansive 8,600 square foot presidential suite offers three bedrooms, two private swimming pools and a deck with outdoor seating, shower and spa.
Villas and suites can be booked all year round, from $1,143 to $10,000 per night, depending on the season and the type of villa.
Jumeirah Vittaveli by Jumeirah Hotels & Resorts:
“At Jumeirah Vittaveli, escape to an idyllic world where spectacular beauty fuses with blissful comfort. An unspoilt island resort beckons in the heart of the Indian Ocean. Lose yourself in a pure horizon, where the calm breeze whispers notes of serenity beside the iridescent water and vast stretches of pristine sand. Like the archipelago of islands that it belongs to, a constellation of treasures awaits leisure travellers who share a passion for luxury experiences.
Unforgettable experiences are the result of this perfect blend of spectacular beauty and gracious hospitality, where guests capture the essence of opulence in its most essential form. Impeccable choice, seamless service and unadulterated pleasure shape the character of this resort paradise, where every detail has been meticulously crafted to inspire journeys of discovery and enjoyment.
Informal yet elegant, with the perfect touch to fulfill every need, Jumeirah Vittaveli is a magical island escape that indulges and delights. Whether you dream of romantic togetherness or long to revel in playful leisure, an abundance of unparalleled choice, comfort and pleasure sets the stage for the freedom that Jumeirah Vittaveli unveils.”
Photos courtesy of Jumeirah Hotels & Resorts
Source: Jumeirah Hotels & Resorts
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