The remarkable brand of Six Senses Resorts is noteworthy for many things, including their deep sustainability goals and their casually chic village resorts which exude charm and playfulness. My brief visit to Six Senses Laamu didn’t disappoint, I arrived at sunset to my overwater bungalow, the calming tranquil seas and an endless view of the horizon instantly calmed my day of travel jitters.
More coming soon on my cocoon spa morning, my local village visit, treehouse dining and the beautiful suites…but a few photos introducing their whimsy – on arrival, when a linen shoe bag is provided, their message ‘barefoot luxury’ is not to be taken lightly!
Al fresco movies in the deep darkness under the brilliant stars, dinner in a massive tree top chalet that shames the Swiss Family Robinson home, eagle rays gliding past your ocean villa, oh, did I mention your personalized bike for cycling the sandy paths?
Six Senses Laamu is the only resort in the Laamu Atoll, deep in the Indian Ocean. An inter-island plane trip from Malé International Airport and a short boat ride brings you to a place where spinner dolphins twist and twirl above the turquoise seas. It’s fun and light hearted, you should come here to chill. The atmosphere is calm, staff is friendly and fun, and where else might you find a dedicated Ice cream chef hosting a free ice cream café?
If free ice cream doesn’t make you happy, nothing will!