Spread across 18,000 sq.ft, take a look at the largest standalone overwater villa in the world

Think of the Maldives and the first thing to pop in mind is luxury stays. And taking it up a notch is Gili Lankanfushi Maldives. The uber-luxe resort has unveiled its most luxurious and secluded residence, The Private Reserve which also doubles as the world’s largest standalone overwater villa. Yes, that’s right!

The main living area.

The villa is spread across more than 1,700 sqm at a distance of 500 meters from the island and 300 meters from the nearest residence – making it perfect for those seeking solitude. It is further replete with luxe amenities and promises a culinary experience like no other.

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Guests are transported to the secluded wonderland via a luxury yacht, with a private boat and a butler always available at their service. The private residence can accommodate up to 12 guests in four bedrooms- each featuring a rustic-chic design, extensive private living space and open-air bathrooms with bathtubs.

The personal cinema.

Other amenities a private spa complete with a sauna and steam room, a state-of-the-art, air-conditioned gym, and a 21m infinity pool with uninterrupted views of the Indian Ocean. Another interesting feature is a waterslide that extends from the top deck of the property directly into the lagoon complete with corals, reef fish, and eagle rays.

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The open air dining area.

Tariffs at The Private Reserve at Gili Lankanfushi start from $8,300 per villa per night for up to 8 guests including breakfast and return luxury boat transfers.

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