Imagine waking up in the middle of the ocean, having colorful fish fluttering at your feet, jumping from the terrace of your room to a coral reef or looking out your window and discover amazing natural landscapes. This is what cabins built on the sea offer. In this list you will travel through small paradises where you can enjoy idyllic holidays in capital letters.
Inle Sky Lake (Myanmar)
On Inle Lake, in Myanmar, life moves on a canoe. The Inle Sky Lake resort has 44 luxury cabins on the water built in wood and with local materials.
Soneva Gili (Maldives)
Chic and committed to the ecosystem, the 45 villas overlooking the sea of Soneva Gili of Six Senses are located in the Private Reserve on Lankanfuchi Island. An area where nature was blessed with an unusual beauty.
Golden Palm Tree (Malaysia)
Spread in the shape of a palm tree and giving its name to this whimsical Malay resort, the Golden Palm Tree is a paradise in itself. Located on the west coast of Malaysia, its luxurious over-water villas lack nothing.
Kanuhura Hotel (Maldives)
Located in the heart of an atoll, in the middle of the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean, Kanuhura seems to rest on the waves. Each of its villas has wooden furniture, raffia and handmade bamboo.
Le Taha´a Island Resort & Spa
An exotic Relais & Chateaux located in French Polynesia and backed by numerous awards for its high quality and service that make it one of the best accommodations in the world to spend the holidays.
Viceroy Resort (Maldives)
Inaugurated in 2012, Viceroy Maldives Resort proposes an ultra-luxury accommodation with a modern and modern design, which takes us away from the traditional wooden cabins that we find in the area.
Le Moana Bora Bora
Two white sand beaches merge with the landscape to form one of the most beautiful corners of the island of Bora Bora. And it is here, on the crystalline waters, where we find the heavenly complex Le Moana, of the Intercontinental chain.
Anantara Dhigu Resort (Maldives)
The Indian Ocean surrounds the flirtatious villas that form this complex located on Dhigufinolhu Island. The most luxurious suites include a private pool, although who needs a pool with the sea at their feet? A paradise of great natural beauty where to dive and snorkel.
Kia Ora Resort (French Polynesia)
Suspended between the sky and the sea, its over-water villas invite us to discover the entire tonal range of blues offered by the Pacific Ocean. A glass window on the floor allows us to enjoy goldfish without leaving the room.
Pearl Beach Resort (Indonesia)
It is located on the island of Gili Asahan. This hotel claims to be the only accommodation on this virgin island. Among its bamboo cabins stands out its flirtatious restaurant in the middle of the sea, which is reached through a walkway.
Bora Bora Lagoon Resort & Spa
On the private island of Motu Toopua, 76 bungalows spread between the beach and the lake form the Bora Bora Lagoon Resort & Spa complex. The most spectacular suite is known as Otemanu: with almost 150 square meters, this villa includes a swimming pool and a spacious living room.
Hotel Sofitel Moorea la Ora
Part of the bungalows at Hotel Sofitel Moorea la Ora, in French Polynesia, float over the Pacific Ocean. The other part, they do it on the white sand or between the tropical gardens of the hills that form the landscape. This exotic beach resort is built with natural materials and spares no frills.
One & Only Reethi Rah (Maldives)
Intimate, private and supreme in all its aspects, this complex is a true paradise in itself, a jewel among coral atolls, lagoons and white sand beaches. The luxury and elegance devoted to every detail of the resort make it one of the best accommodations in the Maldives.
Sipadan-Kapalai Dive Resort (Malaysia)
A few minutes by boat from the islands of Sipadan and Mabul (Malaysia) is Sipadan-Kapalai Dive Resort, the dream place for those who enjoy diving among corals. Settled on shallow sandbars of the Ligitan Reefs, this complex is surrounded by turquoise waters with fascinating wildlife.
Hilton Bora Bora Nui
The Hilton chain has its peculiar exotic refuge in French Polynesia: Bora Bora Nui Resort. Its luxurious villas on the crystal clear water of the ocean offer privacy and rest in equal parts.