SAii Lagoon Maldives, part of the first multi-island integrated resort in Maldives, is renting out the gorgeous island resort. The exclusive offer comes with choice of selecting any villa up to 50 units, all-inclusive meal plans and free airport transfers, all at USD 35,000 per night.
SAii Lagoon Maldives is the first Curio Collection by Hilton Hotel in the Maldives. Located just a 15-minute speedboat journey from Velana International Airport, SAii Lagoon is a playful tropical escape for those seeking a playful destination getaway.
The resort features vibrant yet serene guest rooms. The spacious and stylish accommodations are available in 06 categories; Sky Rooms, Beach Rooms, Beach Villas, Over water Villas, 2-Bedroom Beach Villas, and 2-Bedroom Over water Pool Villas. The luxury resort is designed to offer an adventurous stay with unique aroma bar, original dining and wellness experiences, thrilling water sports, diving and marine excursions and many more.
When it comes to dining, exquisite delicacies are waiting to tingle taste buds. SAii Lagoon Maldives offers flavorsome meal options with a variety of dining experiences that goes beyond the resort. In addition to the restaurants available on the resort, guests can step onto the Marina @ CROSSROADS and enjoy a variety of exciting dining options including world-famous Café Del Mar as well as the legendary Hard Rock Café.
As a part of a multi-island integrated resort, guests are not limited to the resort experience. With a walkway leading to The Marina @ CROSSROADS, SAii offer experiences a few steps from the resort. CROSSROADS Maldives is the first of its kind largest lifestyle hub in the Maldives, featuring diverse dining options, a holistic spa and wellness centers, boutique stores, world class entertainment options and many more.
SAii stays are unlike your typical island getaway, offering a private island experience along with shopping, dining, entertainment and event hub just a few steps away. A bit of adventure mixed with the peaceful island vibes sounds like a great escape, doesn’t it?