3 Most Luxurious Resorts in the World: Pick The Best Resort On Your Vacation

It’s time you need a break from civilization. If you’re up for cool and pure ocean breezes, lush nature and water adventures, a quick, relaxing getaway to the world’s luxurious resorts is the way to be.

No matter where you’re prepared to go on your all-inclusive getaway, it is still nice to know that once you get there, everything is set and will be taken care of — so long as you choose a resort that will not disappoint.

Here, we pick the 3 most luxurious resorts in the world.

1. Nihi Sumba Island, Indonesia

Amazingly breathtaking because of the scenery and its emphasis on being eco-friendly,  Nihi Sumba Island earned its rightful place on the many travelers and tourists lists being one of the world’s luxurious resorts.

The island was a surfer’s haven and is located on the remote island of Sumba in Indonesia, about a one-hour flight from Bali. Too remote, that the location is such a far cry from city life. Nihi Sumba Island is the perfect place for surfing, snorkeling, fishing, and other activities away from home.

Sit back and relax in their villas by peeking in to see captivating ocean views and palm trees; with high ceilings. If you’re bringing your family with you, the resort’s five-bedroom villas provide spacious living rooms and other features such as private pools and outdoor showers. Their butler service is extraordinary, too.

Make the most out of your Sumba Island tropical getaway by going on local tours to its villages, beach and pool club, mountain biking, Land Rover safari tour, and exotic waterfalls.

Also try out their Spa Safari with multiple treatments. The Spa offers healthy meals and daily yoga by the seaview.

Part of the profits from the tourists’ stay goes to the Sumba Foundation’s livelihood projects which help support the locals.

2. The Brando, Tahiti

Life on the tropical island resort can be yours, exclusively.

On the French Polynesia lies a breathtakingly beautiful private island. The Brando, in Tetiaroa, offers laid-back relaxation amidst nature, reflecting Polynesian lifestyle and culture.

Pristine white sand, exotic fauna, and other sea creatures can be seen on the resort, and you can visit this magnificent resort by private plane.

Built by the late actor Marlon Brando, his aim was to preserve the island’s biodiversity and natural beauty with renewable technology resources. Nature lovers will find the resort the perfect place to be in: coral reefs are mighty visible in the lagoon, sea turtles on white beaches, skein of exotic birds, and whales seen swimming by on their yearly migration.

The Brando’s two-bedroom villas have kitchens and dining areas, while the three-bedroom villa is large enough for family events. Each villa has its own bicycle, so you can pedal your way around the island for more scenery.

The resort offers necessary equipment for activities on the crystal-clear beach: kayak, snorkel, and paddleboards. You can also learn more of the island’s ecology and conservation by visiting their ecostation, and have a talk with the researchers.

Combining East, French, and Polynesian cuisine, experience exquisite dining at The Brando,  and uses only fresh produce off of the organic gardens. Seafood is abound for you to choose from, and the croissants are just as heavenly. Vegan dishes are also available.

Indeed, The Brando resort is one of the most luxurious, relaxing, and unforgettable in anyone’s travel experiences.  It’s a man’s paradise that preserves both nature and culture with sensitivity to its environment.

3. Kurumba Maldives

Kurumba Maldives is an island resort that has more than just the beautiful, blue ocean, white sand, and sun. Experience life that is full of entertainment, activities, and warm, friendly people. Booking a holiday at Kurumba Maldives will do great to your mind, body, and soul.

It is the Maldives’ first private island resort, with staff to ensure you get the best treatment and care, as you experience their Maldivian culture.

It takes approximately 10 minutes of speedboat ride from Malé’s airport to Kurumba Maldives, whose rich history of warmth hospitality on a beautiful island with plenty of coral reefs.

A cocktail in hand and a smile on your face as soon as you reach the resort. It’s a luxury resort that’s ideal for guests — children and adults alike.

Lounge by their private pool, relax on the hammock while you enjoy the fresh cool Maldivian breeze. Watch the small waves of blue waters run across the powdery white sand beaches as you stroll by.

All guest rooms are air-conditioned, boasting of beachfront bungalow houses to spacious villas. Dine at any of their restaurants, and pamper yourself on their water spa treatment.

Diving and snorkeling on the nearby reefs are just some of the activities that you can do here.