The Luxury Beach Villas in Joali Maldives offer bohemian chic interiors with luxury upholstered furnishings including a comfortable king size bedroom and separate living room. The exterior of the Villa offers a spacious 745 sqm of pure privacy in the perfect lush backdrop for a nature inspired rejuvenation. It features an outdoor cabana and stunning infinity pool with a view of the Indian Ocean. Joali Maldives offers a wide variety of watersports and excursion based activities such as diving & snorkeling. Moreover, Joali also has a nearby house reef great for snorkeling.
One Bedroom Villa | Private Infinity Pool | Living Room | Dressing Room | Private Library | Rain Shower | Bathtub | Double Vanity Basins | Bathroom | Outdoor Shower | Outdoor Cabana | Ocean view | Private Library Interior Area
117 sqm | Exterior Area 745 sqm
Luxury Beach Villa with Pool
Honeymoon / Wedding Anniversary Romantic Benefits – What is included
– A complimentary honeymoon / anniversary cake with turndown on first night of the guest stay
– A complimentary 60 minute couples massage in the JOALI Spa
– Combinable with all contracted offers
– Minimum 4 night stay
– Valid for entire contract period
– Honeymoon must be within 6 months of the wedding date and a copy of the wedding certificate must be presented on or before arrival
– Anniversary date must occur within 30 days (prior or after) of the arrival date and a copy of the wedding certificate must be presented on or before arrival
Singapore-based Hotel Properties Limited (HPL) has inked a management agreement with InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) to manage an 83-room resort that will be open in Maldives in three to five years’ time.
This will be the third resort that IHG will be managing for HPL. It will mark the first time that IHG will bring its global luxury brand, InterContinental Hotels & Resorts, to the Maldives, said Jan Smits, IHG’s chief executive for Asia, Middle East and Africa (AMEA).
The management contract for the upcoming InterContinental Maldives Maamunagau Resort with HPL was inked on Monday. Construction has yet to begin, and neither HPL nor IHG would provide a number on the project’s development value.
The latest Maldives signing brings IHG’s resort development pipeline to 13 across the AMEA region, reflecting a significant expansion programme, said Mr Smits.
Currently, the hotel and resort management chain operates 37 existing resorts across three brands (InterContinental, Holiday Inn and Crowne Plaza) in the AMEA region.
HPL’s new resort will be located on Maamunagau island, at the southern point of Raa Atoll (also known as the North Maalhosmadulu Atoll). International travellers can take a seaplane directly to the resort from Malé’s Ibrahim Nasir International Airport.
Besides enjoying the clear lagoon and pristine white beach, guests will have a range of food and beverage offerings to choose from at the resort’s bar and restaurants.
“Young travellers may indulge in specially tailored meals from the InterContinental Planet Trekkers Menu before going off for an afternoon of fun at the Planet Trekkers Kids Club,” IHG said.
InterContinental Maldives Maamunagau Resort will also feature a Club Lounge, pool and spa where guests can lounge and relax. The range of water sports include snorkeling, canoeing and jet skiing at the nearby sea sports centre.
Stephen Lau, chairman, HPL Hotels & Resorts, said: “We see huge potential to grow our resorts business in the Maldives, and Maamunagau island is the perfect setting to develop a luxury InterContinental resort.”
As part of HPL’s growth strategy, “we continuously seek the right opportunity to expand our portfolio across the Asia-Pacific and Indian Ocean region”, he added.
Mr Smits of IHG noted that tourism contributed more than 40 per cent of Maldives’ gross domestic product last year, and that “sentiments are positive as the country continues to be one of the world’s most highly sought after travel destinations”.
Another hotelier who has a presence in Maldives told The Business Times that room rates for Maldives resorts have generally fallen over the past year on the back of weaker demand.
Patronage by Chinese visitors, the number one market, has softened this year amid a weakening economy back home and slight fall in the yuan, among other factors. “Demand from Russia continues to be depressed due to the weak economy and rouble.
On a more positive note, demand from some other European countries has improved but resorts are coming up with more competitive packages to adjust for the weakness in the euro.” Room rates in the Maldives are denominated in US dollars.
“That said, this is still a market that a lot of operators want to go to. The ‘one resort, one island’ policy in Maldives makes resorts here very exclusive compared to say Bali and Mauritius, where you have one big island and many resorts scattered over acres and acres of coastline.”
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Dawn rises and a stunning vista of sun-kissed lagoons and palm-fringed beaches slowly unfolds. Loama Resort Maldives at Maamigili, welcomes you to where tranquility and flawless beauty is imbued with the legacy of Maldivian heritage. Located in the midst of the Maldives oldest historical Raa Atoll, the Resort weaves cultural heritage, natural wonders and an idyllic island lifestyle into a rich tapestry of unforgettable experiences.
Spread over 100 hectares of pristine coral reef, this teardrop paradise island features 105 elegantly appointed beachfront and over-water guest rooms including 5 luxurious suites, each one commanding spectacular views of the shimmering Indian Ocean.
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