Jumeirah Vittaveli Offers Valentine’s Day Package

Jumeirah Vittaveli is offering couples a special Valentine’s Day vacation with the “Yes, I am in Love” package, made for travelers looking to go on a romantic beach getaway in the Maldives. The package includes private submarine trip to explore the waters around the resort, while enjoying a bottle of Moët Ice Impérial and Beluga caviar canapes, and a beach dinner with a bottle of Louis Roederer Cristal Rosé, where guests are treated to a saxophone and flute duet and entertained by an Art of Poi fire dance. 

The offer also comes with a private champagne breakfast in the overwater VIP suite at Talise Spa, as well as a couple’s spa treatment, afternoon tea in their own villa, and a flower bouquet and surprise gift for the lady. To end the trip, guests will leave the island on their own private yacht.

Additionally, the resort’s overwater restaurant, Fenesse, will offer an a-la-carte menu created with "romantic" ingredients such as oysters and dark chocolate. Plus, the resident artist at the Fihi Art Lounge will customize a red heart for guests that can then be added to the resort’s Lovers’ Lane, a pathway through the jungle decorated with hearts hung by previous guests.

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The “Yes, I am in Love” package is exclusively available for one booking only, but Jumeirah Vittaveli has a selection of experiences for guests, such as a romantic feast set up on the beach, dinner on a private yacht, and an intimate evening at newly opened overwater lounge Cyan, all coming with roses, gifts and bottles of champagne.

For couples who’d like to celebrate throughout the year, Jumeirah Vittaveli offers the “Romance in Maldives” package that includes daily in-villa breakfast, a romantic beach dinner, couple’s massage, in-villa spa bath and a 30-minute photoshoot.

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