After the exhausting year we’ve had, do you fancy an escape to a tropical paradise for the whole of 2021? An attempt to forget 2020 ever happened? A luxury resort in the Maldives has revealed a tempting opportunity for you to luxuriate in an over-water bungalow for an unlimited time next year.
In case you have 30,000 dollars casually lying around and want to spend the rest of the coronavirus pandemic in style, a luxury hotel in the Maldives is willing to hand over the keys to an overwater bungalow at the private-island property. The resort is inviting travellers by offering unlimited stays for two people in their ‘Unlimited Stays in Paradise’ package.
Anantara Veli in the Maldives has come up with an ‘Unlimited Stays in Paradise’ package for travellers who would like to make the Maldives a vacation crash pad for the rest of 2021. Of course, to indulge in the same, you will have to pay a whopping $30,000 (Rs 22,36,137) beforehand at one go.
The package is open to adults only and bookings must be made by November 30. The getaway starts full-blown on January 1 and runs until December 23, 2021. It will also include free breakfasts and airport transfers by speedboat.
About Anantara Veli Maldives:
Anantara Veli Maldives has 67 overwater bungalows, loungers, and private infinity pools with direct access to the lagoon. All rooms are well equipped with high-speed wi-fi and huge bathtubs. Further benefits of the package include free breakfast every morning, a 25% discount on dining, wellness services like Ayurvedic spa treatments, water activities like surfing, diving, and snorkelling among many others.
According to Anantara Veli’s website, the 5-star adult-only resort has numerous restaurants and private dining experiences, private movie screenings, and offers many other fun excursions. The rest of the add-on amenities include the resort’s fitness centre, Maldivian cooking classes and also yoga classes on the sunrise deck!
The offer from Anantara Veli is quite like winning a jackpot when compared to other luxury hotel offers. Another such hotel recently offered a one-week getaway for two people. It would cost a whopping 23,250 dollars for just 7 days.
While the price is undoubtedly high, the resort will strictly be adhering to the guidelines as provided by the World Health Organization (WHO) for the ongoing pandemic. In a conscious effort to combat the spread of the virus, the resort has issued an initiative to keep their guests completely safe during their visit. The visitors just have to produce a negative COVID-19 test result and other essential health forms. On these terms, they don’t have to quarantine on arrival.
Terms And Conditions for the luxury retreat:
* The rate quoted is for two guests and must be fully paid beforehand.
* The names of both guests must be provided at the time of payment and cannot be changed.
* The offer is available for a limited period.
* Flight details must be provided 48 hours prior to arrival to arrange for pick up.
* Package is valid from January 1, 2021, to December 23, 2021, and it cannot be refunded, extended, transferred, or exchanged for that matter.
* To book your staycation, contact [email protected]
Since the beginning of the pandemic, many tourist destinations have been making the most of the event by taking advantage of opportunities involving people willing to escape the boring quarantining at home and wish to opt for an isolated vacation overseas. After being closed for more than three months due to the lockdown, the Maldives has opened its doors to international travellers since mid-July. Many hotels in the Maldives are coming up with exciting offers to lure tourists back to the island country that thrives on tourism.
The country itself is striving to fascinate tourists with a new point reward system starting next month. All registered visitors can get 50 points for entering the Maldives and an extra 30 points for special occasions like a wedding anniversary or a birthday celebration.
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