(CNN) — For those with the means, a private island in a tropical destination is the ultimate place to isolate from the global pandemic.
Among the destinations most well-equipped to capitalize on this desire is the Maldives, which is made up of 1,200 small islands.
Though the majority of the Maldives’ resorts are already relatively private, with one property per island, there are a few options for travelers looking to take things to the next level.
The latest comes courtesy of the Waldorf Astoria Maldives Ithaafushi resort, which this week officially opened “Ithaafushi — The Private Island”.
Spread over 32,000 square meters, it’s being marketed as the largest private island in the Maldives and can be bought out for $80,000 a night.
The island can accommodate 24 guests in three buildings: there’s a two-bedroom overwater villa with indoor and outdoor rain showers, a shared living room, infinity pool and Jacuzzi; a three-bedroom beach villa with two swimming pools; and the four-bedroom residence, which comes with two king bedrooms, two queen bedrooms, Jacuzzies and large common living area, all with direct access to the beach.
The island’s architecture and interiors are described as “refined yet modern,” “with a nod to Maldivian charm.” Guests will have their own personal concierge team.