News: Niyama Private Islands to welcome first private jets
Niyama Private Islands have become accessible via private jet for the first time.
The news follows the opening of Dhaalu Airport in November, which is a mere ten minutes by speedboat from the hotel.
Niyama is the only resort in the Dhaalu atoll region to offer this luxury service, which is set to further cement the resort’s reputation as one of the leading luxury hotels in the world.
Combining unrivalled privacy with exceptional hospitality, Niyama Private Islands is the luxury Maldivian choice for discerning travellers.
Guests are now able to soar over sparkling atolls in the comfort of their own private jet, breeze through the VIP lounge at Dhaalu Airport before speeding across the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean to a jetty reserved exclusively for travellers arriving via jet.
For those wanting to continue their quest for complete solitude, Niyama offers a quintet of overwater pool villas – known as The Crescent – which fan out over the ocean in stunning isolation.
The epitome of luxury and considered one of the most exclusive villas in the Maldives, The Crescent accommodates 22 people and comes complete with private infinity pools, indoor and outdoor bathrooms, direct access to the crystalline waters of the Indian Ocean as well as private chefs and butlers guaranteed to provide heartfelt personalised service.
There are five two-bedroom over-water Studios which enjoy their own private stretch of beach away from the main resort.
The Studios are available for hire individually, or for large families and groups, they can be hired collectively.
Set across two spacious private islands, appropriately named Play and Chill, connected only by a single wooden bridge across the Indian Ocean, Niyama Private Islands is a truly special Maldivian resort in the south-western atoll of Dhaalu.
The twin islands take barefoot luxury to an exotic new level with their distinctive edgy feel and extraordinary range of activities which allow the stylish, aspirational traveller to expand on the traditional Maldivian itinerary.
via Breaking Travel News http://www.breakingtravelnews.com/
April 16, 2018 at 11:45AM