Jumeirah Maldives will make its Indian Ocean debut next month
Jumeirah Group has announced the opening of a new international resort in the Maldives, Jumeirah Maldives, which will welcome its first guests in October.
The all-villa luxury resort is tucked away in the beautiful blue seas of the North Malé Atoll, conveniently accessible from Malé airport by speedboat or aircraft.
Miaja, a Singaporean design studio, established an elegant contemporary ethos in tune with the natural surroundings, which is reflected in the panoramic architecture and tranquil interiors.
Chief executive of Jumeirah Group, José Silva, stated, “The Maldives is a much-loved getaway for travelers from around the world and Jumeirah Maldives is a destination that delivers on our brand promise of Stay Different.”
“The resort offers unparalleled hospitality with a genuine flair that exceeds guest expectations while pushing the limits of design, culinary and service expertise.”
“A truly breath-taking addition to the brand’s portfolio, Jumeirah Group’s new home in the Maldives guarantees an immaculate guest experience right from the very moment they set foot in our new contemporary resort,” he added.
The Jumeirah Maldives has 67 beach and over-water villas in one-, two-, and three-bedroom configurations, all with breathtaking views of the Indian Ocean.
The villas at the resort are among the most extensive in the North Malé Atoll, starting at 171 square meters.
Guests can participate in a variety of activities such as water sports, beach volleyball, billiards, and tennis, or edifying experiences such as underwater photography, planting coconut trees, and manufacturing coconut oil.
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