The Nautilus Maldives has been awarded the Indian Ocean’s Best Resort award at the Condé Nast Traveler magazine’s international Readers’ Choice Awards 2020. The resort has also been recognized amongst the Top 3 Resorts in the World.

Condé Nast Traveler is a luxury and lifestyle market-leading travel magazine published by Condé Nast. The magazine includes travel news, guides, travel reviews, tips, and ideas. The Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards are the longest-running and one of the most recognized for excellence in the travel industry.

Mohamed Ashraf, General Manager of The Nautilus, said, “We are immensely grateful and proud to be recognized as the Best Resort in the Indian Ocean by the most important awards in the travel industry. I would like to express my gratitude to all voters, our guests, and to our highly committed team as without them we would not be celebrating this amazing achievement. Thank you all,”

As a token of appreciation to all its supporters, past guests, and Condé Nast Traveler readers who voted for The Nautilus in these awards, the resort has released a special ‘thank you offer’ to provide their guests with a relaxing, and soothing experience. The offer includes complimentary breakfast, dinner, and combined return seaplane transfers, as well as a host of other benefits, and is applicable for stays of four nights or more. Guests would be free to not only bask in warm beaches and cool, crystal clear waves, but also experience the numerous activities and qualities the resort has to offer.

The Nautilus is a luxury bohemian hideaway in the Maldives. A highly personalized, immensely private luxury resort with 26 beach and ocean houses where every experience is tailored to guests. The Nautilus creates a space of elegance and total privacy with 26 beach and ocean houses on stilts, lining the shores- each a personal sanctum with its own separate living room and private pool, infused with a bohemian style of design.

The Nautilus delights in veering off script, crafting bespoke culinary journeys. Intriguing infusions of Mediterranean and Arabic cuisine at Zetytoun await guests, with Japanese and Latin-American creations at Ocaso, or a savory array of global delicacies at Thyme throughout their stay. No opening or closing times; no dress codes. To enjoy great company and indulge in a shared passion for extraordinary cuisine, always keeping the comfort of guests as their top priority.

The Nautilus officially resumed operations on September 1. In honor of its recommencement, exclusive reopening packages are being offered for couples and families, including a 35% discount on accommodation and a selection of The Nautilus’ bespoke experiences.

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