Taking Luxury to a New Level

Award-winning Maldivian resort Gili Lankan Fushi has lifted the luxury benchmark once more with new upgrades to its Private Reserve presidential suite, the largest overwater villa in the world, making it more dazzling than ever.

A new 63sqm fresh water swimming pool has been added with views towards the east, and is wreathed by a vast sun-deck and shaded pavilion, access via wooden walkways from the master suites, as well as the main lounging area. 

A spacious new en-suite bedroom has also been added to one of the two master suites, and complements further bedrooms for two live-in private butlers (Mr Friday), who cater to guests’ every whim.

Other improvements include a new library and study, complete with an en suite bathroom and large plush lounging beds, a shower room within the gym, and fresh new furnishings throughout the villa.

Standing alone in the middle of a sparkling turquoise lagoon, 500m from the resort and only accessible by boat, the spectacular sprawling villa takes privacy and luxury to another level entirely. The closest neighbouring villas are 300m away, allowing guests to relax in total seclusion.  

The Private Reserve will re-open on November 15. Prices range from US$11,000 to $23,630 per night.

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