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There are around 140 overwater resorts around the world, with more than 6,500 total overwater villas. About two-thirds of them are in the Maldives, but Bora Bora, Moorea, and Tahiti have some of the world’s best and most famous of these resorts, with the Caribbean also adding these luxury rooms.
One of the most popular tropical destinations in the world, Tahiti is a South Pacific island paradise that welcomes visitors from around the globe. Here guests will find beauty in both the land and sea, making for a spectacular experience worth a thousand memories. Guests will also find a nice selection of attractive luxury resorts designed to cater to your every need while providing you with views of a lifetime.
If you’re looking for an overwater villa experience that offers direct lagoon access and a large amount of ways to enjoy the ocean, you’ll want to take a good hard look at the luxury 4-star Le Meridien Tahiti Resort. Here you’ll find pretty much everything you could ask for, alongside special extras that will make it hard to leave. Even better, nightly rates here start off at only US$303 per night for two people.
Located in the middle of a vast and beautiful ocean, the Maldives serve as one of the world’s most talked about vacation destinations with visitors traveling hundreds and thousands of miles for a chance to stay a few days in this beautiful oasis. Here you’ll find several different types of resorts to choose from, some that operate on an all-inclusive basis, some that are more suited to those seeking a private honeymoon and others yet that pride themselves on being a cheap Maldives resort that offers the famed glass floor.
If you’re looking for a cheaper Maldives resort in the 4-star category that won’t break the bank yet still offers lots of different things to do and see as well as great amenities, then you’ll want to look closely into the Thulhagiri Island Resort. Here you’ll find beautiful rooms and views starting out at only US$623 a night for two people on a half-board basis.
After a successful opening of their overwater bungalows at their Sandals Royal Caribbean Resort in Montego Bay, Sandals Resort International is ready to do it again with the re-branding of their Sandals Whitehouse European Village & Spa into the Sandals South Coast. This resort will be the company’s second overwater bungalow resort in Jamaica.
The current beachfront property spans 50 acres within a nature preserve and offers guests land rooms to enjoy as well as a rather long list of amenities and features. Along with the addition of 12 overwater bungalows, the resort’s amenities will also undergo a renovation, making for larger resort with more modern features. Its land rooms have also recently been renovated and now include upgraded room categories. At this moment, a completion date has not been set, but we’ll keep you up to date as more information becomes available.
When most people think of overwater resorts, they instantly think of the Maldives or the South Pacific, but did you know that there are overwater bungalows in the Caribbean? The Sandals Royal Caribbean Resort in Montego Bay, Jamaica recently added 5 gorgeous overwater bungalows to their resort, with 12 more opening early in 2017, offering guests a chance to stay in Tahitian styled rooms while vacationing in the Caribbean. But if you think that you’ll never get the chance to stay here because of the high nightly rate, you’re in luck! Sandals just announced that they are running a contest allowing you the chance to win a 4-day, 3-night luxury all-inclusive stay in one of their large over the water bungalows. Keep in mind though that this contest ends on February 28th, 2017, so make sure to enter in today!
Each overwater bungalow includes a 24-hour room service, a butler service, a tranquility soaking tub for two along with an outdoor shower, a mini fridge, a microwave, air conditioning, an over the water hammock and a beautiful wooden extended sun deck. You’ll also find a glass panel to enjoy which allows you access to the underwater world from the inside of your room, meaning that you won’t have to take a dip in the ocean for a chance to view the sea life below. Because the main portion of the resort is located on land, you’ll be treated to a private water taxi to and from the resort. [read more]
There are many different descriptive words that can be used to describe the South Pacific island of Moorea with perhaps the most popular ones being beautiful, stunning, welcoming and dreamy. These words, along with others, are commonly used due to the island’s reputation of being one of the best islands in the South Pacific to visit for a luxury vacation. Here you’ll find palm trees, seafood galore, white sand beaches and an ocean filled with tropical reefs.
You’ll also find a nice selection of first class resorts, with a few of them offering overwater villas that treat guests like kings and queens. If you’re seeking an overwater resort with rooms starting out at around the US$500 mark, you’ll want to take a good look at the beautiful Hilton Moorea Lagoon Resort and Spa. At this particular resort, you’ll find decked out overwater villas starting out at only US$544 per night for two people.
First introduced in the South Pacific only a few decades ago, the overwater bungalow is now one of the hottest trends in the resort world. Honeymoon couples have been staying in these iconic rooms since the beginning, but now they are popular with families and adventure travelers as well.
For many people, the South Pacific island of Bora Bora is the most famous destination for the best overwater bungalows, but it’s actually the Maldives, which is just southwest of India, where most of these huts-on-stilts exist. The Maldives has more than 80 resorts that feature water villas (as they are typically known there), with several new private-island resorts opening every year.
In the South Pacific you will find almost a dozen resorts on Bora Bora, another five on Moorea, and two on Tahiti that have over water villas. There are about 10 additional overwater resorts on other South Pacific islands stretching all the way to Fiji and New Caladonia.
There are also about a dozen overwater bungalow resorts in the Caribbean, mostly off the coast of Central America, with nearly all of them being diving-oriented “eco resorts.” But a few luxury overwater bungalows exist and more are being built on St. Lucia and other islands in the popular areas of the Caribbean, and this website will be the best place to look for information on all of them.