Six Senses Laamu is located on an island in the Indian Ocean and is the only private resort in the beautiful Laamu Atoll in the Maldives.
Guests can travel to this lovely islet by taking an inter-island plane from the Maldives’ capital of Male and then continue with a short boat ride to reach the heavenly resort. The island has a pristine white powdery sandy beach that’s fringed with palm trees, providing enough shade from the hot tropical sun.
Accommodation: Six Senses Laamu comprises of both on-land and overwater villas located on the private island. The resort places emphasis on the environment, with all of their bungalows being constructed from sustainable materials.
There are one-bedroom and two-bedroom villas for guests to choose from, with some having a private pool.
Villa w/ One Bedroom
There is a total of 10 villas with one bedroom at the resort, which comprises of five on-land and five overwater villas.
Each villa has a space of at least 100 sqm, with the Family Villa w/ Pool being the biggest one (253 sqm). Each villa has an en-suite bathroom, personal bar with fresh beverages, and Bose sound system.
The inland villa has a panoramic dining deck at the treetop level and a viewing platform while the overwater villa features an aquarium dining deck with all-glass table, a private water garden, and a stunning sunken all-glass bathtub.
Villa w/ Two Bedrooms
There is a total of two villas that come with two bedrooms with the Two-Bedroom Beach Villa w/ Pool being the biggest holiday home with the size of 730 sqm. All of them have private pools.
Other facilities included in the villa are similar to the one-bedroom type except for the two fully furnished suites with private bathrooms.
Experience: The Six Sense Laamu has an enviable location that allows guests to enjoy many water activities as well as nature activities. There is a wide range of activities that range from surfing, wakeboarding, windsurfing, to catamaran sailing.
The area where the resort is located is rich in nature, so diving is one of the most recommended programs. Guests can enjoy seeing water creatures and colorful coral reefs.
Aside from water activities, the resort also offers excursion tours such as exploring Hithadhoo Island, BBQ dinner on the sandbank, island hopping, and private picnic on a desert island.
Dining: Even though the resort is located on an isolated island, the Six Sense Laamu doesn’t let its secluded location obstruct guests’ desires for fine cuisine. There are a total of six bars and restaurants that are available at the resort.
The signature restaurant, Leaf, serves fresh and locally sourced ingredients from its location above the organic garden. The exclusive over-the-water dining area at Zen can cater up to 12 guests and serves a traditional Kaiseki menu including fresh sushi and sashimi.
If guests prefer Western food but still want to dine over the water, then Longitude is the place to go. The dining outlet serves hearty breakfast and international food for dinner.
For night caps, guests can chill out at the Chill Bar which is situated over the water. In addition, Sip Sip Bar also serves guests refreshing drinks and sumptuous all-day meals.
The resort also has a sweets and ice-cream shop. The Ice & Chocolate Studio is an alfresco ice-cream shop with numerous flavors of ice-cream available for guests to try.
The Spa: The spa at the Six Senses Laamu sits right on the beach featuring four designed couple’s treatment rooms, four private couple’s treatment pavilions, and an Ayurvedic treatment pavilion. Other than spa treatments, there are other wellness programs such as yoga, aerial yoga, seeing practitioners and many more available at the resort. (www.sixsenses.com/resorts/laamu/destination)