Six Senses Laamu

From £2824 per person  

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The remote location of this superlatively luxurious resort makes it an ideal place to watch dolphins at play in their natural environment. Lovers of nature and indulgence cannot go wrong.

Six Senses Laamu

Mother Nature cast her spell perfectly with the creation of Olhuveli Island and Six Senses Laamu, the only resort on the virtually uncharted Laamu atoll, deep in the Indian Ocean, it benefits immensely from this superb location and status a Six Senses property, utilising their aptitude for innovation, sustainability and quality.

With its crystal clear waters and platinum sand beaches, this is the Maldives as nature intended it to be and this latest offering from Six Senses has also been designed to be ecologically in tune with its idyllic surroundings. Its villas are eco-friendly yet luxurious, sitting on the beach or over the turquoise water of the lagoon and its numerous bars and restaurants offer the best organic, fresh food, grown and caught locally.

For dining with a difference try Cooking Hut with live stations and pizza oven that also offers cooking classes with splendid views over the lagoon, where guests can enjoy learning about various cuisines from Asia and Europe. And for a wine cellar as never before seen Altitude is a 6.4 metre tower of spun glass, rising high out of the sea - enjoying 400 different labels and a tasting table and Deli that offers an extensive variety of charcuterie, cheeses, freshly baked breads, as well as pickles and chutneys to match.

For guests who have over indulged there is a state-of-the-art gym and as you would expect a plethora of water sports along with a superb Six Senses Spa which sits on the beach and houses five secluded treatment rooms plus two single and two double treatments nests within the island's natural vegetation and is the perfect place for pampering and relaxing.

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