Hotels & Resorts

Joali Maldives

By
Mar 17, 2019

This is one resort that comes with its own art map. Each of the 73 villas and residences—ranging in size from one to four bedrooms—has its own infinity pool and butler service, but the real innovative features include artisanal amenities, curated in-villa libraries and handpicked art. All of this is meant to take guests on a sensory journey, whether via local artists or celebrated international designers. That creative sense extends to the four restaurants at Joali, including at Saoke, where sake, sashimi and teppanyaki reign supreme. 

joali.com; villas from US$3,102 including taxes.

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