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#1 Ayada Maldives in Maldives
Offer rate: From USD 369 for 1- to 2-bedroom villas, until 1 November 2015.
Ayada is set amidst a pristine reef within the Gaafu Dhaalu Atoll, bringing together contemporary Maldivian (teak, marble and luxterrazo finishings, in case you were wondering) and Turkish design elements. There are six on-site dining options, including an over-water restaurant. Guests can take a speedboat to a nearby lagoon for a picnic packed by the culinary team while you spend the rest of the afternoon sunbathing and snorkelling. The water sports centre is open daily till 6pm for all kinds of activities like wind surfing to catamaran sailing, supervised by highly experienced professionals.
It’s good to be a nomad: A complimentary upgrade (subject to availability upon arrival), welcome-fruit platter and beach cruiser bicycles for use during stay.
Offer rate: From USD 142 for 1 bedroom, until 25 October 2015.
If you enjoy culture, history, sun and the sea, Vietnam should be right on your radar. Set on Mui Ne’s pristine beach, the resort expertly blends Vietnamese traditions with legendary Anantara service, offering a tropical retreat that’s far away from the city’s urban bustle. You’ll find 89 rooms, suites and pool villas that embody a contemporary grace infused with Vietnamese flair amongst tranquil garden paths. There are also two dining options, a poolside bar, private wine cellar, fitness centre and the famed Anantara Spa.
It’s good to be a nomad: A free 1x 60-min spa treatment for two persons for long stay of five nights and more. Applicable for stay period now to 23 December 2015 only.
#3 Kamandalu Ubud in Bali
Offer rate: From USD 164 for 1- to 3-bedroom villas, until 25 October 2015.
When you think of Ubud, this is exactly what you picture: Balinese villages and landscaped rice terraces. Kamandalu is just that, without compromising 5-star services, contemporary style and luxury. Blending seamlessly into the natural surrounding, each of the 25 luxurious villas presents its own enchanting panoramic view across the lush valley. But while it’s every part the perfect rural hideaway, all the typical amenities and facilities are on hand to ensure that you’ll never be left wanting for more.
It’s good to be a nomad: 1x 30 welcome massage for two persons for bookings of three nights or more;, and an additional 1x one-way airport transfer for bookings of five nights or more.
#4 Nozomi Views in Niseko
Offer rate: From USD 641 for 1 to 3 bedrooms, until 25 October 2015.
Located in the heart of Hirafu Village, Nozomi Views has eight beautiful apartments with the convenience of shopping, dining and nightlife spots all nearby. Speaking of convenience, the Ace Family Chairlift is just a short 150m walk away. For those willing to splurge, Nozomi View’s 5th floor also boasts a stunning split-level penthouse that features two spectacular floors, with the top level enjoying breathtaking views of Mount Yotei and a private wrap-around deck.
It’s good to be a nomad: Guests receive complimentary WiFi access, private use of of ski lockers with drying facilities, and daily cleaning for the 3-bedroom Penthouse.
#5 Mariella Villa in Koh Samui
Offer rate: From USD 1,200 for 3-6 bedrooms.
It’s perfect for a big family vacation! Mariella Villa is tucked away on the West coast of Koh Samui and is set on a beautiful stretch of white sand beach. There are three large pavilions with six en-suite bedrooms providing luxury accommodation for up to 14 guests. And for the kids, there’s a well-equipped playground area that features a fort tower, swing, turbo slide, children’s rock climbing wall as well as numerous grassy areas for ball games. The property also offers a sea kayak, while older children and adults can enjoy the private tennis court.
It’s good to be a nomad: The chef can prepare meals where the groceries cost and a surcharge for the service will be charged accordingly (receipts will be shown daily or at the end of your stay). Private tours can also be arranged at an extra cost.