At a new resort in the Maldives, the Soneva Fushi has added what are called, appropriately, ‘Water Rooms,’ huge one and two-bedroom villas built over the water. At 9,224 feet the largest dwarf all the competition.
On its own private Island, Kunfunadhoo, they are accepting guests but you must remain on the Island the entire time. (Why would anyone want to leave?)
All eight of these suites have glass floor panels — look! A shark underfoot! — private outdoor bathtubs, wooden porches with sun loungers, pools, retractable roofs for stargazing from bed and waterslides.
And in case you get bored, there’s a  kids club, tennis courts, an observatory, a dedicated reef for scuba diving and even a glass-blowing center, and a huge movie theatre.
Can we stay there until COVID is over?

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