In these days of social distancing, getting away from it all sounds better than ever. For anyone looking to retreat and escape this reality, the Lilypad Floating Villa offers a perfect way to do so. Designed by Australian architect Chuck Anderson, Palm Beach, Australia‘s Lilypad Floating Villa is now open for bookings. This unique dwelling is found located in the middle of a body of water, curated with package stays that let you get the most of the experience. These packages “ensure there is no direct human contact throughout your stay,” offering a relaxing and peaceful retreat.
The destination includes onboard Continental breakfast delivered daily, as well as Chef-made meals prepared for lunch and dinner. For those interested in making their own meals, you can also order groceries daily. The structure features a sleeping loft on the second floor with a king-sized bed. This affords plenty of privacy, while an open terrace on the lower level provides plenty of space to enjoy the water. Spend your days paddle boarding and fishing, getting in touch with nature in the process. The stay also features a private tender for you to visit the nearby beach, while a 24/7 concierge will be at your service as well.
The Lilypad Floating Villa is now taking bookings, offering three-night, five-night, or 14-night stays. Find out more about the Lilypad Floating Villa and book your visit right now. In the meantime, keep it locked with The Culture Curators for more travel destinations and retreats coming very soon.
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