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Hesitating between all the dream-like resorts in the Maldives? Look no further. Baros Maldives has been voted as the best one in the Maldives according to TripAdvisor. High praises for the privacy of the villas and the no-underage rule guarantee peace and quiet on this private island. Your accommodation is ...
Simply put, Wild Coast Tented Lodge is paradise. Perfectly located on the Indian Ocean in the south of Sri Lanka, this luxury camp resort combines the romance of colonial camping with modern comfort and environmental awareness. Throw a daily-changing menu and sundowner cocktails to the mix, and you’ve got the ...
Mauritius is an island nation located in the Indian Ocean off of Africa’s East Coast and is also home to Hotel 20°Sud. With just 29 rooms and 7 suites, guests are sure to feel pampered and pleased during their stay. Rooms range from “Charm” to the more desired “Beachfront” rooms ...
Located on Pemba Island in Zanzibar, The Manta Resort has a remarkable jewel in its crown of luxury, an [underwater sea room](https://www.uniqhotels.com/underwater-hotels). It’s part of an ingenious floating structure. There are three levels. The landing deck is where the boat drops you off and the location of the lounge and ...
Located in a lavish hideaway on Mahe Island – the largest and most jungle-strewn island in Seychelles – the Banyan Tree consists of 47 villas built along the beach or set in lush tropical vegetation. Your villa is decorated using locally sourced materials in the traditional Seychellois style with high ...
On the website of the Niyama resort, they talk about their hotel having “Epicurean Delights” – what does this mean? Well, Epicurus was a Greek philosopher who advocated community living and friendship. He was particularly interested in maximizing pleasure and kicking pain in the ass. But that is not to ...
Villas Uluwatu is a resort resting on an elevated plateau that catches warm breezes from the Indian Ocean. Not only did the British Sunday Times name it one of the top 100 hotels in the world but it is certified by sustainable tourist organization, EarthCheck. WOHA, the award-winning design team, ...