This Maldives Resort Features Villas With Their Very Own Water Slides
Always on the lookout for the most stunning vocations opportunities on the planet, take a look at the Soneva Jani remote in the Maldives. Consisting of floating five-star villas in the middle of the Indian Ocean, some of the abodes feature residents’ very own large water slides!
Earlier this year we featured a self-sufficient floating city of modular pyramids called Wayaland. But as cool as it was, Wayaland was still very much in the concept stage. Soneva Jani, however, is taking bookings now.
Located on the uninhabited island of Medhufaru, as well as all the crystal blue waters you could ever wish for, Soneva Jani features a restaurant, a cinema, and a fitness centre. Oh yeah, and some of the villas have their very own water slide too!
An expansive Island Reserve beachfront suite is the largest of the villas and comes with spacious indoor-outdoor living areas, including a steam bath, changing room, sauna, master bedroom, TV lounge, dining room, private pool, kitchen and even a wine cellar; while the second floor is home to a further three bedrooms, each with bathrooms and dressing rooms.
If you don’t want to stay in your villa, you can book a private film screening with the resort’s take on Cinema Paradiso. Alternatively, you can watch the stars in the island’s observatory, or head on a sunset dolphin safari while sipping on Champagne.
Villas at the Soneva Jani resort are available to book now over at the Soneva Website, where prices start at around £2,300 per night.
It may not have a water slide, but the Retreat at Iceland’s Blue Lagoon does have lava, moss and water weaving throughout the luxury hotel spa.