Paradise comes at a price: a week’s stay at the resort will set you back more than US$23,000.
Would you rather join a Zoom meeting from a private-island sanctuary instead of playing pretend with a virtual background? The Nautilus Maldives may be just the ticket. The secluded luxury resort, which officially reopened on September 1, 2020, has just launched a series of packages designed for those who want to swap out their home office for a workplace with five-star facilities and a dreamy combination of sun, sand, and sea. Should you desire a change of scenery from your beach or overwater pool villa, the resort can even set up a personal desk and a shaded sun canopy on a sandbank so you can spend a few hours a day working outdoors with your toes in the sand. Other benefits of the package include free-flow refreshments and complimentary laundry service.
Once the workday is over, guests can enjoy daily yoga activities, fitness, and meditation sessions, or take in the sunset while enjoying a dolphin cruise aboard one of the resort’s luxury yachts. But The Nautilus Maldives’ three “workation” packages will put a significant dent in your wallet. A stay of seven nights for two costs no less than US$23,250, while couples staying two weeks will have to fork out US$37,850—a rate that increases to US$52,000 for a three-week sojourn.
The Maldives is perhaps the sole country in Asia that has fully reopened to foreign visitors. But a recent update of its entry rules means that all tourists must come with proof of a negative result from a Covid-19 PCR test conducted within 72 hours of departure.
For more information, visit The Nautilus Maldives.