Eight Split-Level Suites, four Classic Suites, and three Family Suites accommodate from six to 30 guests and are situated below the gracious Arrival Pavilion and around the estate’s two Living Salas – Villa Monara (meaning Peacock) and Villa Divia (meaning Leopard). With design inspired by Tropical Modernism, each suite effortlessly connects indoors to out, with floor-to-ceiling glass doors inviting sea breezes within.
Set over two levels to make the most of stunning ocean or garden views, each Split-Level Suite offers a large private terrace with twin daybeds for alfresco relaxation. Four of the eight suites feature their own private plunge pools. Beneath vaulted woven-bamboo ceilings, the king-size bed is complemented by an open plan sitting area, while the large bathroom features twin basins, a striking circular bath, and a rain shower. A seamless ramp addition makes these Suites suitable for guests with accessibility needs.
Opening onto a private terrace with twin daybeds overlooking the Indian Ocean or resort gardens, each Classic Suite is a contemporary sanctuary. Dressed in crisp white linen, the king-size bed rests on terrazzo floors, while the open plan sitting area leads to a private plunge pool in three of the four suites. Two Classic Suites connect with two Family Suites via a shared entrance, while the other two interconnect, allowing for flexible family sleeping arrangements.
Claiming immersive green views, each Family Suite offers twin beds or a king-size bed and features an open-plan sitting area and a spacious ensuite bathroom. Two of the three Family Suites are positioned close to Classic Suites as they share an entrance, making them ideal for those with younger family members. All three Family Suites offer garden courtyards inviting tranquil reflection.