9.3 out of 10 Asia Atoll Maldives. (Show on map)
Rooms:45, Check-in time:12:00, Check-out time:10:00
This unique concept allows you to enjoy Private moments organized by your personal butler according to your wishes.
Would you like to experience a Sunset cruise to a deserted island followed by a candlelit dinner on its beach Would you like to design personalized spa treatment for your loved one in our spa Do you want to spend your day in a decathlon of sport activities ranging from tennis and volleyball to scuba diving water skiing and golf Would you like to wake up in your villa and start your day with a yoga session at your pool followed by breakfast served in your gazebo All of this can be organized to create your perfect Private moments that you will always remember.
We are delighted to announce our new client Velaa Private Island in the Noonu Atoll. By raising the bar to a new level of engagement and enjoyment for guests this luxury resort is set to become the most talked about opening in the Maldives this year.
A bespoke collection of leaders in the hospitality arena have been brought together to ensure Velaa Private Island is a destination that is as innovative as its cuisine as secluded as its location as special as its design as exclusive as its luxury partnerships and as personal as its guests.
Born out of a desire for a luxurious resort that provides both privacy and variety founders Radka and Jiri Smejc have created Velaa Private Island after years of travelling extensively to the Maldives. While there are many private islands in the Maldives the Smejcs have built a luxury resort that reflects the essence of Maldivian culture lifestyle and landscape one which is versatile enough to offer guests desired privacy but which is also tailored to create memorable moments through carefullyselected experiences.
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