The Six Senses Resort at Laamu, Maldives peacefully situated over exquisite turquoise-blue waters. This palm tree-bordered resort includes luxury facilities such as padded outdoor beds, ocean suspended hammocks, and a dining over a bright lagoon window.
Made of sustainable structures these overwater villas and unvarnished beachfront provide a magnificent paradise outlook. For those hungry guests who spent their days relaxing under the sun shine, swimming or even snorkeling from one spot to another in Laamu’s house reef, or watching turtle and dolphin, there are various menu at six over-ocean and waterside eating places and lounges which get their food from the isle’s organic garden.
Linked by secluded bamboo area and rich wooden jetties, the departures are generous with lofty ceiling and open bathing along a clandestine water garden. The glassy bathtub above he glowing Indian Sea enables the guests to feel additional oasis. From a treetop deck, the guests will enjoy soul and eye delight within the beautiful view of sunset and ocean.
Along with the cut away and glass sided floors, the resort is intended to blend with the spectacular panorama. The hut-like form drift us away into an imagination of austere isle living. However, this wonderful villa has astounding facilities all the best resort should has: smooth and shiny fittings, opulence sleeping space, and bespoke furniture.