Maldives 5-star all inclusive partially over water villas for US$1225 per night
Each and every Maldivian resort is different from the next. Some offer only beach side rooms, other incorporate over the water villas, and some yet like to mix things up a bit with a combination of both. Some take things even further with the addition of partially over the water villas that start off on the very edge of a beach and end with a wooden deck area over the lagoon. This option is great for those who rather not walk down a wooden pathway to their room and instead prefer to be closer to the main section of the resort while still experiencing an over the water South Pacific vacation.
With a mixture of all 3 types of rooms, along with a large amount of in house services and amenities, it’s no wonder that guests continually praise and visit the Lily Beach Resort & Spa. A 5-star resort catering to all types of travelers while offering an all-inclusive stay, this particular resort offers partially overwater rooms starting at only US$1225 per night for two people.
An all inclusive water villa at the Lily Beach Resort & Spa for US$1225 (taxes and resort fees extra) per night for two people.
Available through Agoda, this nightly rate is great for those who are looking for an all-inclusive over the water option in the 5-star range. In fact, this rate is lower than the normal low season rate, making for an attractive option to those who are looking for a accommodation around the US$1000 price bracket. However, this rate is only available during the month of January with higher rates common throughout other parts of the year. Because of this, you’ll want to book your stay at the Lily Beach Resort & Spa through Agoda as soon as flights are booked.
An outdoor bath concept and more
There are 3 different over the water villa categories (partially overwater, Deluxe water villa and Sunset water suites) allowing guests to choose which they prefer. Each of these water villa categories are different in location, room size and amenities, however each features free Wi-Fi, a king size 4 poster bed, air conditioning, a coffee, tea and espresso making facility, a ceiling fan and 24 hour room service.
The 16 partially overwater villas are pretty large in size and offer an outdoor area over the water that features an outdoor bath concept complete with a jacuzzi bathtub. Each of these villas also includes a 29″ LCD flat screen, satellite TV for those lazy mornings or nights in. Room decor consists of both light and dark colors, with a wood floor being perhaps the most appealing accent. Ceilings are in a titled affect while the walls and bed are in shades of white and off white, helping to create a calming space. For those who love to adventure during the day and come back to a peaceful setting, these rooms will be hard to beat.
Adventurous activities at every corner
Those who love to keep active throughout the day will find plenty to do and see with the long list of resort activities available. Various water activities include snorkeling (with the free rental of snorkel gear), scuba diving, both non-motorized and motorized water sports and the use of 2 freshwater swimming pools that overlook the ocean. Land activities include table tennis, beach volleyball, a tennis court, billiards and pool. Fishing trips are also available for those who wish to try their luck.
After a day full of fun, guests can enjoy a few hours at The Tamara Spa by Manadara which offers 5-star service and a variety of therapies, massages and treatments. As the stay is all-inclusive, guests will enjoy eating and drinking at any of the 3 on-site restaurants.