All 45 villas sit above the water on stilts, and range in size from ‘extremely large’ to ‘jaw-droppingly enormous’. Several have their own pool, and all have a private deck with direct access to the turquoise waters of the lagoon. The colour palette of warm, neutral tones is offset by vibrant turquoise Maldivian fabrics, and every piece of furniture has been custom-made by skilled artisans using upcycled materials. In-villa facilities include satellite TV with movies on-demand, Bose entertainment system, WiFi, Nespresso machine, mini bar, in-room safe, air conditioning and bamboo bicycles to get around the resort. The Family Villa has access to its own private island, while the Crusoe Residences are accessible only by boat, which you can either pilot yourself or have your dedicated villa host attend to. The Private Reserve is the largest overwater villa in the world at over 1,700 square metres, and consists of five buildings linked by open-air walkways, with everything from your own open-air cinema to a waterslide that drops you straight into the lagoon!