The Nautilus Maldives honors World Sleep Day with guest Slumber Ritual

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  • Published on March 13, 2023
  • Last Updated May 15, 2023
  • In Culture

World Sleep Day happens every year, and this year, on March 17, it’s time to raise awareness once again on the importance of good sleep.

Every year on March 17, people all over the world come together to celebrate World Sleep Day and bring attention to the importance of quality sleep. The day’s theme this year is “Sleep is Essential for Health,” highlighting the connection between getting enough shut-eye and overall health and wellness. Luxury resort Nautilus Maldives is getting behind the movement by launching a new “Slumber Ritual” aimed at improving guests’ ability to relax and drift off to sleep.

Travelers are increasingly opting to take advantage of sleep tourism as a means of relieving the stress of daily life and the effects of the pandemic.

When you’re at a super-chic bohemian retreat, sleeping in is entirely at your leisure. It is encouraged for visitors to unwind, get some rest, and engage in leisurely activities, whether they happen during the day or night. On the evening of World Sleep Day, the house masters (private butler service) of The Nautilus will provide a complimentary turndown service called The Nautilus Slumber Ritual.

Each guest is given a personalized bedtime routine designed to ease them into a restful slumber, notes Visit Maldives. A hot bath with Omorovicza bath salts is the first part of the evening turndown service, which helps to relax tense muscles and improve blood circulation. At your bedside is a warm pot of herbal floral tea and a cup of mixed nuts. The bedroom is filled with a sleep-inducing lavender scent, and soothing music is playing in the background while you are out to dinner.

For those who want to go all out on their sleep journey, Solasta Spa offers a two-day slumber ritual for USD 455++ per guest per day that includes a variety of treatments like body polis, restorative yoga, and a body massage. Guests at the island resort have the option of taking part in this individualized two-day sleep ritual in the privacy of their villa or residence at the island resort.

One of the five defining characteristics of The Nautilus is the warm and inviting decor and vibe it provides to its guests in its 26 ultra-private beach and overwater houses or residences. Together, the feeling of expansiveness and the familiarity of home encapsulates the elusive yearning for complete solitude, in which one is free to be oneself without any interference. Suite-style havens in the bohemian style, just a few paces from the turquoise waters, complete your dream stay with your very own house master.

Explore a universe where everything you do and see is entirely up to you. According to Breaking Travel News, the going rate for a stay in a luxurious oceanfront house is USD $2,990 per night and up. Be sure to reach out to hello@thenautilusmaldives.com to get the ball rolling on planning your ideal free-spirited vacation.