Saturday, August 24, 2019

Water Villas at Four Seasons Resort Maldives at Landaa Giraavaru

In November, Four Seasons Resort Maldives at Landaa Giraavaru will debut the newly re imagined all-pool water villas.
The luxury villas will offer twice as much living space outside than in bringing the ocean closer at all times. The total outdoor area spans over 1,960 square feet and is split into multiple, dedicated zones: sun-drenched decks, shaded social spots and dining areas, over-water hammocks, day bed and an al fresco shower. A new shaded oceanside living and dining pavilion with swing couch flanks the 40-foot pool, which extends into the lagoon for uninterrupted Indian Ocean views.
Inside the newly reimagined all-pool water villas at Four Seasons Resort Maldives at Landaa Giraavaru feature suspended walls, floor-to-ceiling windows and a contemporary design with light colors and dark blue accents imbue the 90 square metre (970 square foot) space with a sophisticated serenity. Reconfigured bathrooms include sea-view bathtubs and direct deck access, while new overwater hammocks and steps directly into the blue ensure maximum connection to the sea.
In an ever-crowded world, luxury is increasingly sought in a sense of space and an ability to enjoy an unrestricted connection with the natural world. Our new Water Villas not only offer twice more space outside than in with pools that make you feel as though you are swimming out into the ocean but also extend upwards into a sea-view loft and downwards via steps into the ocean for an enhanced sense of space and connection in all directions. – Armando Kraenzlin, General Manager and Regional Vice President
Declared the Maldives’ first UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in 2011, the Baa Atoll ecosystem features the world’s largest known population of manta rays, scores of whale sharks, towering thilas, exhilarating kandus, and stunning coral gardens. The waters directly around Landaa Giraavaru are home to one of the world’s largest and most successful coral propagation projects. With its 4,000th coral frame planted in May 2019, the Reefscapers project has been working to support the existing reef since before the Resort opened. Turtles, baby sharks, mantas and even dolphins can be seen around the Resort’s lagoon while the coral frames attract an ever-expanding abundance of exotic flora and fauna to within a close snorkel of each Water Villa deck.

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