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This Maldives Resort Is Offering A Private Beach For People Working From Home

Joanna Freedman

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This Maldives Resort Is Offering A Private Beach For People Working From Home

Featured Image Credit: The Nautilus Maldives

A resort in The Maldives is offering a private beach for those who want to work from home - and, honestly, can you think of a more dreamy setup?!

Dubbed the 'Workation Package,' the The Nautilus Maldives introduced the offering to help home workers get everything done without any distractions, aiming to offer them peace and tranquility while they knuckle down.

The package includes your very own personal assistant, unlimited refreshments and a complimentary laundry service.

The private study spaces are located in the Baa atoll UNESCO biosphere reserve (basically, if you looked up 'zen' in this dictionary, you'd probably find this).

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You can't get dreamier than this (Credit:The Nautilus Maldives)
You can't get dreamier than this (Credit:The Nautilus Maldives)

You can book this package for up to 21 days, and will have the option work on a quiet sandbank for a few hours of each day, which comes with a personal desk and a shaded sun canopy.

In your free time, there's plenty to do, too, including a spa, and access to the resort's wellness facilities.

The Nautilus Maldives - which only reopened September 1 - also has three restaurants that are open 24 hours a day, private yoga and meditation classes, private yachts available for guests and even a cinema under the stars.

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Plus, in the interest of safety, everything is now socially distanced, and there will be complimentary Covid-19 testing on site.

Imagine views like this from your desk (Credit: The Nautilus Maldives)
Imagine views like this from your desk (Credit: The Nautilus Maldives)

The resort's website says the experience offers: "Gifts that money cannot buy - time, freedom, refuge."

However, it should be pretty obvious that money can in fact buy this experience...and you'll need a lot of it, at that.

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You'll have to cough up $23,250 (£18,177) for a seven-night stay for two people in one of the resort's 26 beach and ocean houses, and a with a two-week or three-week stay will rack up a bill of $37,850 (£29,591) or $52,000 (£40,655) retrospectively.

We guess we're off to buy a lottery ticket...

Topics: Life News, Life, travel

Joanna Freedman
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