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The Viceroy Maldives Resort has officially opened

By Adrian Prisca


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The newest addition to the Viceroy Hotels and Resorts, the beautiful Viceroy Maldives Resort, has officially opened this April on a lovely island in the Maldives archipelago. The journey to this exquisite resort is made via seaplane, while the transport from the landing runway to the villas is done by golf cart.

Featuring 61 intimate villas and set on the breathtaking Vagaru Island, Viceroy Maldives sports some of the most lavish accommodations through the whole of Maldives. The surfaces of the villas stretch over 1,300 to 3,000 square feet, each of them being decked with private plunge pool, outdoor recreational areas and en-suite baths.

In addition, courtesy of the administration, one can enjoy rejuvenating spa treatments at the resort’s over water spa villas, in seven treatment facilities for both couples and individuals. They are based on the essential elements, like the sea, sun and culture, enveloped in holistic principia.

The icing on the cake is represented by the appointment of Executive Chef Kai Eick, president of the five local dining spots. This way, his experience, accumulated from state of the art resorts in Europe, like the five star Chesa Viglia at Badrutt’s Palace Hotel in St. Moritz, Switzerland, gets to be shared to more and more people worldwide.

He is an expert in dealing with Asian and European tastes and flavors, allowing others to check on his expertise when they reserve a spot for the intimate chef’s table dinners or the subterranean wine cellar, for quite a significant fee. For those less fortunate in terms of cash, Vai Café in the spa puts at their disposal Sattvic dining.

Furthermore, either if you’re enjoying the Pool Bar & Grill restaurant Viceroy Maldives fine dishes or lounging on the beachside at Anguru, you’re surely going to feel tranquility and calmness at their best, within this remarkable resort.

The famous Yabu Pushelberg brand has dealt with the interiors, inspired by the island’s natural setting and local cultures, carefully blending each detail with the natural surroundings, in total harmony with Mother Nature herself. It’s pointless to show numbers or prices here, simply because this place is worth a visit no matter what cost.

[Viceroy Maldives]

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About Adrian Prisca

Founder of Luxatic and countless other projects, Adrian has shaped this website into a go-to source for discerning readers looking for the latest in luxury products and experiences. He has over 15 years of experience in creating, managing and publishing lifestyle content across numerous platforms and he’s considered a leading voice in the luxury industry. Learn more about Luxatic's Editorial Process.

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