Six Senses Laamu is set as the only resort in Laamu Atoll, a true castaway experience of white sands and lush vegetation. This resort lays testament to its philosophy of harmony with the environment through the sustainable materials used at the very foundation of the luxurious accommodation. Each Villa is provided with pedal bikes for guests to explore the island at your own leisurely pace.
Overwater and Beach Villas unfold onto transfixing vistas; either the iridescent waters of the Indian Ocean or a panorama of your own private beach access. Ocean facing vistas have glass bottom bathtubs, the perfect vantage point for viewing a colourful display of sea life and soaking in the mesmerising view of the Indian Ocean. For exclusive access to the island’s private lagoon, the Lagoon Water Villa is a beckoning delight. All rooms are carved from local wood, giving a fresh and organic personality to each standing vista. On land Ocean Beach Villas are entirely shrouded by verdant foliage, with luscious green enclosing around you give your stay an added privacy.
Wholesome and nutritious flavours dominate menus in the six restaurants and bars at Six Senses Laamu, where ingredients are handpicked and harvested, and largely sugar, gluten and soy free, minimizing any potential intolerances. Signature restaurant Leaf is positioned above the organic garden and serves the freshest catch from Maldivian fishermen. A highly exclusive epicurean experience beckons at the overwater Zen restaurant; each night twelve guests receive an invitation to dine amongst the incandescent natural beauty of the Maldives. The two storey overwater restaurant Longitude redefines the standard of international cuisine, offering grilled meats, pasta, curries and catches of the day.
The Six Senses Spa is superbly crafted to resemble a nest, further emphasising the resort’s deep connection to nature. Highly skilled wellness experts give bespoke advice to each individual regarding fitness activities, and measure key physiological markers to gauge a professional opinion and plan for treatments. Keen surfers can catch the swell of the Laamu Atoll’s most famous wave, the Yin Yang, and diving enthusiasts can explore the depths of the azure kingdom. Budding wine connoisseurs should make a visit to the Altitude Wine Cellar, and peruse more than 300 wine labels over an indulgent five-course dinner. Six Senses Laamu have a children's club called The Den, which is professionally managed with a wide range of activities and games.
Laamu Atoll; a 35-minute flight from Malé, then guests will be met by a personal butler who will accompany them on the 15-minute speedboat ride to the resort.
Speak to a travel advisor on 0161 233 0110 or we can arrange a time to call you.