The Maldives? The destination seems almost unreachable in this COVID era, but U.S. travelers are welcome, with certain guidelines in place, of course. Resorts are calling your clients back, too, with workation packages fit for a king (or someone simply yearning to break free from their now-unvaried surroundings).
The Nautilus Malvides’ Workation Package
By now you’re getting the drift—hotels are trying to lure your clients to beachside destinations where they can work remotely and add a little playtime in-between. Workation packages are part of the New Normal, and the exclusive package at The Nautilus Maldives is no exception—in fact, it truly ups the ante.
Having reopened on Sept. 1 and with only 26 beachfront and ocean houses located on its own private island, The Nautilus Maldives’ Workation package allows travelers to book up to 21 days, with prices starting at $23,250 for a 7-night stay.
Opened just last year, this Maldives resort offers a boho-luxury experience and as part of the Workation package, guests will be able to work on the resort’s secluded sandbank with their own personal desk, a shaded sun canopy and portable high speed WiFi. Other singular experiences include an extensive and holistic education program in conjunction with The Nautilus’ Young Wonderers club if guests are staying with their children; Cinema Under the Stars experience with a BBQ dinner; a Solasta Spa journey of the guest’s choice; a guided house reef snorkeling tour; a private aerial yoga session with the resident yogi; a private sunset dolphin cruise upon one of The Nautilus’ luxury yachts, including wine tasting and portable high speed WiFi on board; and meals served to the house, if the clients wish, without any additional charges.
Of course, at that price tag there are lots of other goodies at the accommodations, including a desk with an ocean view; dedicated personal assistant; comfortable working chair; dedicated high-speed internet connection; dedicated IDD phone; full computer setup; continuous refreshments throughout the day; and daily yoga session in the comfort of their Beach House, among other services.
And for those clients who have become envious of seeing celebrities traveling on their own personal yachts, able to practice social distance and still explore the world during these unprecedented times, tell them the resort has them covered with an enviable number of celebrity-worthy delights that range from a VIP welcome at the airport, and a seaplane ride to the Nautilus’ private island, as well as daily sunset cocktails; daily breakfast, to Champagne and tailor-made gourmet welcome platter upon arrival; complimentary meditation classes; and early check-in and check-out.
Pricing for this package is based off of a 2-person reservation in one of the resort’s Beach Houses: 7 nights is $23,250; 14 nights is $37,850; and 21 nights is $52,000.
For more information, visit thenautilusmaldives.com.