Maldives Resort Launches $23,250 Luxury Remote Working Package
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Maldives Resort Launches $23,250 Luxury Remote Working Package

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Parker Diakite
Parker Diakite Sep 21, 2020

Can you imagine an office that offers ocean views, a dedicated personal assistant, and deli-style snacks at a pool bar until sunset? 

Well you don’t have to imagine because The Nautilus Maldives is offering a work-from-home package in paradise. The hotel reopened on Sept. 1 and is inviting guests to switch up their daily work from home routine with an office at its hideaway in the Baa Atoll UNESCO biosphere reserve.

Nautilus is among a growing number of hotels from around the world that is creating work-from-home packages for people wanting to change their work from the home scene.

The caveat is that changing the scenery in the Maldives is not cheap.  A seven-night stay for two is priced at $23,250.  Three weeks in one of the resorts beach houses cost $52,000.

So, what all do you get for that price?

Remote workers will be offered “incredible seclusion” at the resort, located on its own private island, along with daily yoga, fitness, and meditation sessions and a private sunset dolphin cruise onboard one of its luxury yachts, CNN reports.

Visitors will also have special privileges at the airport, including VIP welcome on arrival from the airplane and private fast-track immigration and customs from the comfort of the VIP lounge, according to hotel staff.

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The Maldives is currently open to all tourists, provided they have proof of a negative Covid-19 PCR test taken no more than 72 hours before departing from their original destination.

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