The Nautilus Maldives was inaugurated on 3 February 2019
bringing a new world of luxury tourism to Baa Atoll. Nautilus
Maldives’ first guests were welcomed by the entire team of the
resort with champagne, traditional Bodu Beru. A ribbon cutting
ceremony was also held with the highlight being the ‘first
steps’ on the island by guests.
Celebrations continued on to the evening with sunset cocktails
and the first ever ‘Nautilus Rising’ ceremony as the
distinctive nautilus shell in the pool gradually came alight,
giving the appearance of rising out of the water.
With its modern bohemian style and concept of absolute freedom
for its guests, who enjoy no rules, no dress codes, the vision of
The Nautilus Maldives is to join the select group of private
islands recognized as the best of the best in the world. With no
set restaurant hours and no fixed menu choices, its driving
philosophy is to make guests feel not only completely at home, but
also as if time itself no longer exists.
With only 26 beach and ocean houses on a tiny coral
reef-encircled island, The Nautilus Maldives is located in Baa
Atoll, a UNESCO biosphere reserve. The island is described as a
kaleidoscopic wonderland of incredible marine life. Trips to the
world-renowned Hanifaru Bay area to swim amongst manta rays; diving
on iridescent coral reefs; exploring remote sandbanks and deserted
islands or just cruising the ocean on a custom-built yacht are just
some of the many adventures guests can look forward to. For more
information visit www.thenautilusmaldives.com.
Source: FS – All-Hotels-Blogs
The Nautilus Maldives welcomes its first guests