Published On: 29.03.2021|Categories: General News|Tags: , |

27 villas on the turquoise waters of the Noonu Atoll, in the north of the Maldives in the Indian Ocean, set in a mild tropical climate. These are the coordinates of the new and unique destination, with which the Soneva chain adds new possibilities to those it already offers in the area: Soneva Jani Chapter Two. In the ultra-luxury segment, the new villas, the largest in the world in their category, go one step further and offer tourists a unique place to enjoy a true dolce vita. With 1, 2, 3 and 4-bedroom options, the Soneva villas open their luxurious doors to a romantic, but also family-oriented public.

“After 25 years at the forefront of the global luxury travel industry (…) we constantly strive to evolve with the ever-changing needs of our guests,” said Sonu Shivdasani, CEO of Soneva, according to Travel+Leisure. “While we will always remain true to the much-loved spirit and relaxed character of Soneva Fushi, the new villas will enhance our proposal [to offer] our guests the luxury of choosing between staying enveloped by the deep green of the jungle, with the beach just steps away, or waking up to panoramic ocean views.” Not only that, the new villas are configured with spacious rooms, a swimming pool, terraces, a retractable roof for stargazing from the master bedroom, and even a waterslide to slide down into the warm salt waters of the atoll.

As for the villas’ design details, Soneva’s creative director Eva Malmstrom, was quoted by the same source as saying that “they have been finished in the rustic style of Soneva Fushi”, as she “wanted to keep the natural beauty [and] the same appearance as the day we found it, with the villas hidden amongst the vegetation”. Thus, they are built in wood and natural fibres, and their interiors feature warm colours. Ranging in size from 416 m2 for the smallest one-bedroom villa to 1,226 m2 for the largest four-bedroom villa, and with prices ranging from 2,710 to 18,475 euros per night (3,290 – 22,430 USD), potential ultra-luxury guests have probably already started making plans to enjoy the extraordinary destination.