You can sleep in a & # 39; hammock & # 39; directly above the ocean in the Maldives and it is an Instagram hit
Now you can sleep in a & # 39; hammock & # 39; directly above the ocean in the Maldives – and travelers have quickly realized the Instagram potential …
- The Kodhipparu Grand Park on the North Male Atoll has net beds installed in each of the villas above the water
- The floating beds have become a hit with travel bloggers and Instagrammers looking for the perfect photo
- According to Resort, the beds are the most & # 39; Instagramable place & # 39; and it has an overwhelming & # 39; had on them
It is the new must-have Instagram photo from paradise – hanging in a hammock above the water.
The Grand Park Kodhipparu resort in the Maldives offers & # 39; net beds & # 39; in all its accommodations above the water, and guests have quickly realized the Instagram potential to be photographed on them.
Travelers have posted countless photos of themselves on social media, just feet above turquoise water, drifting away under the stars, supplementing their tanniness and generally quite satisfied with procedures.
The Grand Park Kodhipparu resort has special net beds suspended above the Indian Ocean. Is shown Qalisha Ray taking a nap on the bed during a recent visit to the resort
The beds have attracted the attention of travel bloggers and Instagrammers, who have placed countless photos on social media. The image on the left is placed by Bellafrisca and the image on the right neng_ida
Arushi Gupta, the resort's marketing manager, told MailOnline Travel: & # 39; The water beds have turned out to be one of the most Instagramable places & # 39;
An Instagrammer, Qalisha Ray, who posted a picture of himself on one of the beds, wrote: & # 39; The majority of my time spent here doesn't cause anything to fall asleep to the sound of the soft ocean. & # 39 ;
Neng Ida posted a photo of herself on Instagram while enjoying a glass of wine on one of the beds and wrote: & # 39; Enjoying my sunset. & # 39;
While Bella Frisca said the beds were the perfect place for just & # 39; daydreaming & # 39 ;.
Arushi Gupta, the resort's marketing manager, told MailOnline Travel: & # 39; Every villa, except the beach villas, has installed the waterbeds and they have proven to be one of the most Instagramable places.
& # 39; We constantly receive an overwhelming response from our guests. & # 39;
Depicted is the Italian vacationer Cristiano Piccirillo relax on the bed. This image has received nearly 7,500 likes
The Grand Park Kodhipparu is about a 20-minute speedboat ride from the airport
The Grand Park Kodhipparu is located on its own island on the North Male Atoll and is a 20-minute speedboat ride from the airport.
The resort has a total of 120 villas, most of which are above the water and some on the beach.
The villas above the water start from £ 320 ($ 400) per night. They all have a hammock and a private swimming pool.
The largest villa on offer is the Grand Residence at £ 1,881 per night, with a net bed, a private pool, an outdoor dining table and a glass floor, so guests can watch the wildlife in the ocean under their feet.
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