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Six Senses Laamu achieves a neat trick of seeming organic and sustainable while offering the utmost decadence. Woodwork features heavily, especially with the stilted ocean villas which stretch out from the island into the Indian Ocean. Guests are requested to stay barefoot the entire time they are in the resort. There’s something miraculous about being able to create a resort as perfect as this in a place with no natural water supply and disconnected from the mainland. The spa is first rate and the snorkelling right off the villas is world class.
Opt for an Ocean Water Villa, where guests can jump off a jetty into the psychedelic reef below, or to stay put on a hammock just above the turquoise waters. All room options are spacious and make the most of natural materials: wood, hessian, leather, linen and thatch. Showers are outdoors (the water doesn’t drain into the sea) but clever design allows for the utmost privacy. The resort is home to six bars and restaurants. Vegetables and herbs are grown on-site where possible and, if you don’t mind munching on fish you may well have seen earlier in the day around the reef, the seafood is first rate. The Chill Bar is the best spot to take in the epic sunsets, Leaf offers the finest dining options, and Longitude – a great spot for catching a glimpse of dolphins – serves sprawling breakfasts. Perhaps best of all, there’s a bottomless ice-cream stand with more than 40 flavours on offer.
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