This adult-only resort in the Maldives is inviting tourists to stay for as long as they want in 2021, at a cost of USD 30,000. By Tanvi Jain
Anantara Veli Maldives Resort launched unlimited stays for an annual fee of US$ 30,000.
— Visit Maldives (@visitmaldives) November 9, 2020
Coming 2021, you can book a stay at an all-adults’ resort in the Maldives for an entire year, for USD 30,000 (approximately INR 22,28,197), which would cover the cost for a two-person overwater bungalow at a private island, breakfast and airport transfers. Moreover, you’ll also be given discounts on activities including Ayurvedic spa treatments, water sports and Maldivian cooking classes.
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“Imagine escaping to your very own over-water home retreat in the Maldives at the drop of a hat. Now with Anantara Veli Maldives Resort’s ‘Unlimited Stays in Paradise’ package, you can book unlimited nights at the resort for a one-time fee and make this island paradise your bolthole for the duration of 2021. Return to your Maldivian Over Water Bungalow as often as you please and soak up the turquoise lagoon, magical sunsets and the tropical beauty. Laze on your sun deck as colourful fish swim in the crystal-clear waters below. Elevate working from home to a new level, or up sticks and escape to sunnier climes to enjoy some R&R whenever the fancy takes. The exclusive ‘Unlimited Stays’ offer at Anantara Veli opens the door to complete flexibility so you and your loved one can come and go from a Maldivian paradise whenever the desire takes you,” mentioned Visit Maldives on its official website.
Maldives Border Miles is a three-tiered loyalty program for tourists. Tourists will earn points based on the number of visits and duration of stay. Additional points will be awarded for visits to celebrate special occasions. #MaldivesBorderMiles #VisitMaldives pic.twitter.com/68AK2BUxQo
— Maldives Immigration (@ImmigrationMV) September 27, 2020
The latest offer comes in light of the Maldives Border Miles, a three-tier tourist loyalty programme, announced in September this year for 2021, with levels including, Abaarana (Gold), Antara (Silver) and Aida (Bronze). “Maldives Border Miles is a three-tiered loyalty programme for tourists. Tourists will earn points based on the number of visits and duration of stay. Additional points will be awarded for visits to celebrate special occasions,” the Maldives Immigration had earlier tweeted.
As of November 19, 2020, the Maldives has recorded a total of 12,384 cases of Coronavirus, with 11,406 recovered patients and 933 active cases.