I don’t know about your neck of the woods but here in New Jersey it is about 10 degrees right now with a light snow fall. I am dreaming of a real island getaway and the Jumeriah Vittaveli Resort, Maldives is exactly where I want to go. Just take a moment to look at the spectacular shoreline, breathtaking.
Today we are touring one of the cottages that you can rent. What I love about this style cottage is that it combines the traditional thatch elements found in this region with modern architecture and amenities creating a perfect balance. Let’s begin the tour at the front door (now that is curb appeal) since I already gave you a sneak peak into the reason we are here (the fabulous beach) let’s get inside.
The overall design is peaceful and inviting with tropical influences. You will find touches of local island flair and materials used in the design. What a view to wake up to, I don’t think I would ever want to leave.
Exposed beams add warmth to the bedroom while a soft palette of earth-tones invites nature right in. The bathroom is ultimate luxury with a natural stone indoor and outdoor shower and bath, twin vanities with vessel sinks and sitting areas.
The view from your pool deck is stunning, can you just feel the ocean breeze. Can you imagine long lazy days at the beach, an afternoon nap and then a dip in this sweet pool?
Every design detail was carefully planned right down to the lighting. Pictured below, ambient light washes the ceiling creating a serene feel while spots serve a function of directing light onto the vanities and decorative sconces add another element of style.The mirrors are attached to iron poles and rotate, how cool is that? Further below exterior lighting is not overlooked with glowing pool and landscape lighting.
“At Jumeirah Vittaveli, escape to an idyllic world where spectacular beauty fuses with blissful comfort. An unspoiled island resort beckons in the heart of the Indian Ocean. Lose yourself in a pure horizon, where the calm breeze whispers notes of serenity beside the iridescent water and vast stretches of pristine sand.” Jumerirah Vittaveli