Sneak Peek: Jumeirah Vittaveli, Maldives

The latest addition to Jumeirah’s resorts, Jumeirah Vittaveli, opens on September 1 in the Maldives. The resort’s 91villas and suites, which range from $1,140 to $10,000 per night, each feature a private pool, direct beach or lagoon access, a private massage room, and more; the Presidential villa comprises three bedrooms, two pools, and a deck. Jumeirah Vittaveli has three restaurants, a bar, two pools, a spa, and a gym. Among its activities are private island-hopping excursions and picnics, five diving sites, water sports facilities, private yoga lessons, and fishing. (+960.664.2020 www.jumeirah.com)

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