If you have at least $ 1 million to spend on an exclusive stay on a private island, you can purchase a five-star resort in the Maldives for four nights.
A spokesperson for The Nautilus Maldives confirmed to Fox News that their small island resort can be purchased for an initial fee of $ 250,000 per night. However, the terms and conditions listed on their website “An ultra-luxurious island for you” state that guests must stay a minimum of four nights.
The unique opportunity is offered in light of the “change and uncertainty” facing the travel industry after nearly a year since the pandemic was declared.
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Guests who can afford to purchase the private island are granted “maximum seclusion and exclusive use” of The Nautilus Maldives. They also receive a VIP welcome at Velana International Airport with access to the private lounge, expedited travel document processing, and limousine service that transports guests to a seaplane.
The luxurious resort has 26 beach and ocean houses, and is located in Baa Atoll, an administrative division of the Maldives that has received the designation of a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve from the United Nations.
Each home features a temperature-controlled freshwater infinity pool and private decks, plus full butler services.
Complimentary inclusions provided to guests who book the entire resort include island-wide Wi-Fi access, sparkling and still water in the house and in restaurants, and a selection of fitness classes and fitness service. Daily laundry for up to four items.
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And as a tropical island destination, The Nautilus Maldives offers guests taking over their resort free access to snorkeling gear and non-motorized water sports.
Other amenities include a spa, gym, and arena that allow visitors to play futsal, badminton, tennis, or volleyball.
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Multiple excursions and experiences are also available at the resort, including stingray tours, private yacht and seaplane rides, moving nights on the sand and more.
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Maldives resorts and hotels have been open to visitors since July and August.
There have been just over 19,000 confirmed COVID-19 infections across the archipelago since March, according to the country’s Health Ministry. Meanwhile, the US has had more than 28.4 million infections, according to the Johns Hopkins COVID-19 panel.
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Meanwhile, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention strongly recommends not taking nonessential travel during the pandemic. If travel is necessary, the health agency advises taking precautionary measures such as wearing masks, social distancing, and washing your hands regularly.