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25 Dec , 2018

5 Island Resorts You Have To Visit

Start planning your tropical getaway now—these are the island resorts you have to visit

Opened as Mar Adentro, Viceroy has taken over this stunning Miguel Ángel Aragonés-designed resort that's just minutes from town (San José del Cabo). Built from glass and concrete, the hotel has six different buildings for guest rooms, all offering unbroken views of the ocean beyond. All rooms feel like a dreamscape, with floor-to-ceiling windows and private outdoor space. Apartments even have rooftop pools. Decor is mostly white, with light wood accents, letting the stunning natural setting speak for itself

This 219-room seaside Mulia in the southeastern tourist enclave of Nusa Dua is one of our readers' top resorts in Asia. The ocean is just steps away, though you may be inclined to linger at the one of Mulia's pools with a cocktail. With a spa, fitness center, and play area for kids, the resort offers a comfortable stay for singles, couples, and families alike.

Intentionally designed to work with the natural beauty of the island, this resort is a luxurious extension of the surrounding nature. The Ocean Tropical Bures are air- and light-filled. It almost feels as if you are outside with the curtains all pulled back. High ceilings helped make the effect all the more dramatic. A private deck is surrounded by palm trees and island foliage. Native island elements and materials are used throughout to create a comfortable, luxurious space that felt like an extension of Fiji's natural beauty.

It’s all about the views at this hotel, which is on the Krabi coastline and has astonishing vistas of the Andaman Sea. Here, 54 sumptuous suites and villas sit amid tropical gardens and serpentine moats, but the extensive grounds have a downside: The property is not conducive to exploring by foot, and guests are urged to phone ahead for a chauffeured golf cart ride. Rooms are Dubai-level lavish, with interiors of cream granite and white linen. The bathrooms have lotus-shaped sinks, double-headed rain showers, and outdoor tubs, and most rooms have massive beds.

1.  Maldives

Anantara Kihavah Maldives Villas is a resort situated on Kihavah Huravalhi Island in the Baa Atoll Island archipelago and near the Hanifaru Bay in Maldives.  Visit Website Here

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