Forget all-you-can-eat buffets: Luxury Maldives resort launches £27,000 ‘all-you-can-STAY’ deal, with UNLIMITED holidays for 2021 (breakfast included)
- Anantara Veli Maldives Resort has launched an ‘Unlimited Stays in Paradise’ package for 2021
- It costs £26,926 ($30,000) for two people with speedboat transfers and free use of the pool and gym facilities
- The offer is only available to book until November 30, with the package starting on January 1, 2021
There’s the all-you-can-eat buffet – and now, taking the concept even further, there’s the all-you-can-stay paradise resort holiday.
Anantara Veli Maldives Resort is offering unlimited nights in its dreamy overwater bungalows throughout 2021 for a one-off price.
The ‘Unlimited Stays in Paradise’ package is priced at £26,926 ($30,000) for two people, with breakfast included.
Anantara Veli Maldives Resort is offering unlimited nights in its dreamy overwater bungalows for 2021 for a one-off price
The ‘Unlimited Stays in Paradise’ package is priced at £26,926 ($30,000) for two people, with breakfast included. Pictured, a view from a Deluxe Overwater Bungalow
One of the dining options at the resort includes a private candlelit dinner on the beach for two
Other perks include complimentary boat transfers between the resort and the Maldivian capital of Malé, free use of the swimming pool and fitness facilities and 25 per cent off dining and spa treatments.
Those who are interested in the deal better be quick, as the offer is only available to book until November 30.
The package is valid for stays from January 1, 2021, to December 23, 2021, and guests can come and go as they please. It works out at just over £75pppn if guests stay for the entire 356-day period.
The adults-only Anantara Veli Maldives Resort is located in the South Malé Atoll, 30 minutes from Velana International Airport by speedboat.
In total there are 67 overwater bungalows, boasting floor-to-ceiling windows and furnished sundecks.
All rooms have high-speed complimentary wifi, making it the ideal spot to ‘elevate working from home to a new level’.
In total there are 67 overwater bungalows at the adults-only Anantara Veli Maldives Resort, boasting floor-to-ceiling windows and furnished sundecks
A view of the 63 Degrees restaurant, which serves up international breakfast classics in the morning and authentic Indian specialities in the evening
The Maldives reopened to tourism on July 15, after it was forced to close its borders amid the pandemic
On the activity front, there is a range of options on offer including surfing, wakeboarding and snorkelling – but these come in at an extra cost.
The Maldives reopened to tourism on July 15, after it was forced to close its borders amid the pandemic.
To date, there have been 12,085 confirmed Covid-19 cases in the country and 41 deaths.
Last month, the Maldives was added to the UK government’s quarantine-free travel corridors list but currently travel from Britain is not permitted, with measures set to be reviewed on December 2.
Last year, the Graduate Hotel chain launched a similar concept to Anantara Veli Maldives Resort’s, whereby road-trippers could stay at its hotels in a selection of college towns across a calendar month for a one-off fee of £303 ($400).
There were 15 participating hotels and a cap of five nights at each.