The Maldives are known as a popular luxury travel destination with a range of ultra luxury retreats and resorts. The latest addition to them is Velaa, a private island developed as an ultimate retreat which will open its doors for the guests this autumn. Visitors to Maldives are generally looking for peace and tranquility and Velaa promises its guests the ultimate level of escape. There is privacy and peace along with the highest level of service and amenities. It is the ideal retreat for those who want to avoid the hordes of holidaymakers and typical tourists. The resort is set in a serene natural environment that ensures peace and quiet. Hans Cauchi, the island’s executive director promises sublime service and holistic treatments.
The Island Was Uninhabited Before It Was Developed As a Resort
The celebrity amongst the luxury travelers face the problem of being recognized and then it becomes very difficult for them to relax. On this private island it is possible for them to travel incognito and spend their holiday undisturbed. The management and staff of Velaa understand very well their need to remain under the radar. The island is located in the northern Noonu Atoll. There is an abundance of marine life around the island because of the deeper and cooler waters. The island was uninhabited except for a watermelon factory before it was taken up for development. There are plenty of unexplored diving sites around the island. It was developed as a resort by Jiri and Radka Smejc.
Care Has Been Taken to Not Disturb the Flora and the Fauna on the Island
The island now boasts of 40 private villas, houses and residences. 18 of them have been built over water. In fact guests can actually see schools of Dolphins swim by. The Romantic Pool Residence villa is accessible only by boat. Care has been taken not to disturb the natural flora and fauna. Sea turtles lay their eggs on the island’s private beach. However every modern facility that you expect from an urban business hotel is available on the island. In addition you have a golf academy; Michelin starred dining facilities and high end spa facilities offering holistic treatments. It will be the most luxurious resort in the Maldives when it opens. The rates for the villas will start from £938 per night.