If working from home is taking a toll on you, then this ‘workation‘ package by Nautilus Maldives is just the quick fix you need. Replete with a desk on the beach and a personal assistant to pamper you silly, here’s what you can expect at this surreal workstation. By Bayar Jain

 

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A space radiating with total privacy amid the gentle lapping up of turquoise blue oceans makes for a great working ambience. It’s this surreal landscape wherein Nautilus Maldives is housed, and now that view can double as your new workstation.

Following a long bout of staying shut due to the pandemic, Nautilus Maldives has reopened its doors once again starting September 1. According to a report by CNNthe resort is making this reopening phase even sweeter by offering a ‘workation’ package for its guests. This package allows guests to hideaway at the resort for 21 days at one of the 26 beach and ocean houses here. The report also states that the socially-distanced accommodations—owing to its location on private islands—comes paired with daily fitness sessions and a private dolphin cruise aboard a luxury yacht. Should you wish to set up your workstation on the soft sands as well while overlooking the sunset, it can be arranged.

 

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Referring to a press release by the resort, a report by The Insider also states that this package includes a personal assistant, high-speed internet, access to a wireless printer, portable projectors and screens, and more.

With such paradisiacal views, it’s only natural for it to come with a steep price tag. CNN reports that a seven-night stay for two is priced at USD 23,250 (approximately INR 17,05,050). A two-week stay here will reportedly cost you USD 37,850 (approximately INR 27,75,000), while a three-week one can cost around USD 52,000 (approximately INR 38,13,000).

Notably, Maldives reopened for all international travels on July 15 wherein all arrivals need to furnish a proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken less than 72 hours prior to departure.

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