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Waldorf Astoria Maldives
Ithaafushi Paradise For
The Most Demanding

If you want to escape from the normal routin
e you experience every day, you should definitely head to the Maldives archipelago, specifically the Waldorf Astoria Maldives Ithaafushi. From July 2019 you have the opportunity to enjoy the pleasures of this paradise. If you would like something even more exclusive, just a few days ago, the luxury resort launched the exclusive Ithaafushi - a private island. The spread of fewer than eight acres in the heart of the Indian Ocean, it is Maldives' largest private island and offers the best escape for the world's most demanding travelers.

Translated into the pearl language in Maldivian Dhivehi, Ithaafushi perfectly represents the beauty and honor of the island. For guests looking for an unparalleled level of privacy, personalized service, and an entire island for their personal use, Ithaafushi - a private island is the crown jewel of the portfolio. Along with unrivaled privacy and hospitality, it was "designed for the most discerning travelers," said Nils-Arne Schroeder, vice president of Luxury & Lifestyle at Hilton in the Asia-Pacific region. "Ithaafushi - a private island is the epitome of exclusivity and is perfectly located in one of the most inspiring destinations in the world, where a specialized team anticipates every need and provides elegant and light brand services at every step." 

Surrounded by endless tropical greenery and white sand, the island can accommodate 24 guests in two elegantly furnished villas and one large residence with four bedrooms. Each accommodation unit provides guests with direct access to the beach between lush gardens and coconut palms, where there is endless space. Tried and refined to provide a truly unique experience, guests will be greeted with a feeling of complete peace and relaxation upon arrival, thanks to the property's attention to design and fidelity to the natural beauty of its surroundings.

Every centimeter of a large estate is intended for discovery, whether on foot, by bicycle, or on one of the island's buggies. With a nod to Maldivian charm mixed with modern but not premium design, it is only a 40-minute ride on one of the six luxury yachts
Ithaafushi Princess or a 15-minute seaplane to Malé. Guests on the island are also just a 5-minute speedboat ride from the main island, which can be arranged by Waldorf Astoria Maldives Ithaafushi's personal concierge team. An undisturbed paradise from the calm turquoise-blue waters to the unspoiled surrounding beach provides maximum discretion where maximum luxury awaits.  

Guests are guaranteed an unforgettable stay because on the island, every desire can turn into reality and the selected experiences are limited only by the limits of their imagination. "We are committed to making Ithaafushi, a private island, a highly sought-after world-class destination for a few privileged ones," said Etienne Dalancon, CEO of Waldorf Astoria Maldives Ithaafushi. "We will select all stops to ensure our guests the most memorable stay." Surrounded by the beautiful Indian Ocean and its sparkling waters, guests are invited to take part in a number of water sports, diving activities, and yachts. Excursions during their stay.

nirvana, whether on one of the sea swings, under swinging palms, or on sunken loungers next to one of the five luxury pools, create above-water wellness treatments tailored to each individual, sure to soothe each guest's mind and body. meditation and yoga or their fully equipped gym, where they can take part in individualiz
ed training with a calming open sky. For a more personal and remote adventure, guests can go to a private sandpit where they can easily enjoy the wonderful surroundings, personal yoga, or a beautiful dinner at sunset. When it comes to dining, the culinary team leads guests in a variety that culinary journeys in a number of extraordinary settings.

From in-villa dining to special celebrations in the shared living room of Haali Manor (translated as "nest" in
Dhivehi), special menus and tailor-made meals are prepared for guests. One of the unique culinary experiences is truly located on the main island, where Dave Pynt, Michelin-starred singer of Singapore's Burnt Ends restaurant, presents The Ledge and Terra, from elevated Australian barbecues at The Ledge to enjoying the only private hand-crafted bamboo dining teats in the Maldives in Terra - culinary innovations meet excellence. Waldorf Astoria Maldives Ithaafushi is open to the reservation of their small piece of paradise, in keeping with Maldivian health and safety guidelines and industry-leading standards for cleanliness and disinfection of the patented Hilton CleanStay program. 

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