Anantara’s private jet experience takes flight

Interior of MJets' Gulfstream V private jet

Anantara Hotels, Resorts & Spas, in partnership with MJets, has launched private jet experiences taking guests from Bangkok to Sri Lanka and the Maldives.

The new offering combines private jet transportation with stays at the Anantara Kihavah Maldives Villas and Anantara Peace Haven Tangalle Resort in Sri Lanka.

Larger groups will cruise in the Gulfstream V jet, with a three-zone cabin environment for working, dining, entertaining and resting. Amenities including shower facilities, fully reclining beds, entertainment systems and two flight attendants.

Interior of MJets’ Gulfstream V private jet

Cessna Citation X, which carries up to eight passengers, has features including fully reclining body club seats, entertainment systems and one flight attendant.

Upon touching down at Colombo International airport, guests are transported via private limousine to a private ocean-view villa at Anantara Peace Haven Tangalle on Sri Lanka’s southernmost shore.

Activities at the resort range from Aryurvedic wellness journeys to surfing and personalised spa experiences. After dining on sustainably sourced cuisine, brought from farm to cliff side table by a private chef, guests may also take a class in Sri Lankan cuisine.

From here, guests have the option to jet off to the Maldives. At Anantara Kihavah Maldives Villas, they will stay in overwater villas, which feature a two-tiered deck with shaded swinging daybed, dining area and ocean hammocks above, and a lower deck that steps into the lagoon.

Day-time activities include diving, snorkelling with mantas and whale sharks and enjoying the aquamarine lagoon of a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. At night, guests can stargaze in the only observatory in the southern Indian Ocean.

The Anantara Private Jet Experience can be tailored to suit each guest or scaled to accommodate larger groups.

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