Working in front of one of the best views you will ever see in your life, with a dedicated personal assistant and non-stop refreshments sound like a dream that’s far from reality. But the Maldives has once again astonished the world.
The Nautilus Maldives, which reopened on September 1, is offering travellers the chance to set up an office at this idyllic island in the Baa atoll UNESCO biosphere reserve for up to 21 days.
A seven-night stay for two at one of the resort’s 26 beach and ocean houses comes with a $23,250 price tag, while a two-week or three-week stay will set guests back $37,850 or $52,000 respectively.
The team at Nautilus reveals that remote workers will be offered “incredible seclusion” at the resort, which is located on its own private island, along with daily yoga, fitness and meditation sessions and a private sunset dolphin cruise onboard one of its luxury yachts.
Travellers also have the option to work on a secluded sandbank with their own personal desk and a shaded sun canopy for a few hours a day. This package follows remote working trend during the pandemic, offering workers a chance to level-up their working experience.