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from $5,359* per couple in a Villa Suite
travel dates & room types
All the packages below are based on 4 NIGHTS stay:
Travel Dates: 01MAY - 30SEP 2023
* Return luxury boat transfers are included in the above prices
* Packages are priced in USD dollars
For all other room types and travel dates please contact us
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Down-to-earth rustic luxe
Sinfully spacious on stilts

It’s clear that whoever coined good things come in small packages did not stay at Gili Lankanfushi. The collection of 45 over-size all-overwater Villa Suites, Residences and one Private Reserve (the largest of its kind in the world) needs little introduction. Here, the ‘smallest’ villa spans a whopping 210 square metres and sprawls out over 2 levels; there are dedicated spaces for indoor living, outdoor lounging, rooftop dining, suntanning on catamaran nets, sleeping on lagoon-facing muslin swathed beds, and of course, bathing. Did we say bathing? The ambassadorial proportions of the semi-open-air bathing space with hypnotic views will have every bath-loving enthusiast wanting nothing. But for the non-tub-soaking-I-prefer-to-shower types, Gili gets you too. The shower which holds its own as a mini destination features a water garden that is accessed via an open-air overwater walkway and occupies its own piece of real estate. Every villa has been designed for spending time in and will have you think twice before leaving.

design and nature in harmony

Located in the North Malé Atoll, a mere 20-minute speedboat ride from the international airport, Gili Lankanfushi is the epitome of an effortless fly-in, flop-on-the-beach luxury holiday. Complete with two restaurants, an overwater bar, overwater spa, gymnasium, tennis court, dive centre, surf shack, marine biology shack and an organic vegetable garden will keep you entertained, well-fed and hydrated throughout your stay.  

Here is a luxury resort that is not only perfectly in sync with its stunning surroundings but also has the well-being of the planet at the heart of its vision. In 2017, the resort achieved EarthCheck silver accreditation and is currently working towards gold. The architecture celebrates the adaptive reuse of reclaimed materials; the villas stand on stilts from recycled telegraph poles and make use of timber from abandoned homes and train stations in Indonesia. A tree trunk washed up on the island after the 2004 tsunami breathes new life as a bar table in the underground wine cellar. Thoughtful cross-ventilation open-air design and generous roof overhangs catch the natural island breeze (that’s not to say you don’t have air-con at your disposal). The island houses a fully functioning Eco Centre that recycles glass, aluminium and plastic, as well as a desalination plant that provides bottled water for its guests (in recycled glass bottles, of course!). Here is a resort making a conscious effort to be a champion of sustainability.

Can you think of a better way to take in the expansive night sky than to sleep right under it?  Each rooftop terrace with its enviable 360 panoramas is decked out with dining facilities, a lounge setting, and a daybed that seamlessly transforms into a slice of tangible heaven – just say the word and your personal butler, Mr/Mrs Friday (named after Robinson Crusoe’s loyal assistant) will work their magic to create the perfect setting for a night of stargazing. In the morning, wake to the sound of the gentle lapping waters and the sight of a decadent breakfast à l’horizontale on your rooftop bed!

Get ready to enjoy barefoot luxury and to leave every mortal care behind, it has been said if you are wearing shoes, you are most probably overdressed – life at Gili is life uncomplicated.

varieties of wine housed in the underground cellar are awaiting you