After our stay at the Soneva Fushi, we went to the wonderful Six Senses Laamu Atoll, which was also created by Sonu Shivdasani and his wife Eva. However, unlike Soneva, we had to take a domestic flight since the hotel is located further down in the South of the Maldives.
We were greeted by the friendly Six Senses crew upon our arrival and took a speedboat to the hotel.
The staff adviced us to take off our shoes as they have the same concept of “barefoot” like at the Soneva, which we love!
The style boho chic is well present and all the facilities such as restaurants, lobby area, ice cream shop, etc. were all overwater instead of in the mainland, and windows-free so you could enjoy a fresh breeze and an unobstructed view to the ocean.
Diogo and I enjoyed a very romantic boat trip to watch the sunset with champagne which is one of my favorite activities in the Maldives. Sunsets here are a pure bliss!
The food was beyond wonderful and the buffets had a lot of vegan options! Even the ice creams had plenty dairy-free options!
The villa had an incredible transparent bathtub with views to the Maldivian crystal clear waters! The villa also kept the boho-chic style made of wood present in the Soneva.
While the Soneva Fushi was a Robinson-Crusoe experience with everything in the jungle, Six Senses Laamu is precisely the opposite: everything is made overwater while keeping the sustainable luxury that we love from both brands!
From the restaurants to the lobby, all the facilities are overwater which was quite a unique experience!
Have you ever been to the Six Senses Laamu or any other Six Senses in the world? Let me know!