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Mӧvenpick Hotels and Resorts opens first resort in Maldives

06 November 2018, MVT 09:07
06 November 2018, MVT 09:07

Mӧvenpick Hotels and Resorts, a well-known Swiss owned hotel chain, has established its first-ever resort in Maldives at Kuredhivaru Island, Noonu Atoll.

According to the official website, Mövenpick Resort Kuredhivaru features a total of 105 rooms with 72 overwater villas, 30 beach pool suites and three beach spa pool residences.

For wellness oriented holiday-goers, Mövenpick Resort Kuredhivaru offers a yoga studio, a gymnasium, a sports centre and a spa with 14 private rooms.

In addition to the array of gourmet offerings on the menu, all four restaurants and a café on the resort will serve Mӧvenpick coffee, chocolate and ice-cream.

Mӧvenpick hopes that the resort will be popular among their brand-loyal customers and plans to develop further facilities are already in motion.

The resort also includes a marine research centre, a private yacht marina, a high-class beach spa and a dive centre.

Mövenpick Resort Kuredhivaru is only the latest addition to the growing number of luxury resorts in Noonu Atoll, finding itself in the company of high-end properties such as Cheval Blanc Randeli, Velaa Private Island, Soneva Jani, and Robinson Club Maldives.

Mӧvenpick Hotels and Resorts have resorts in 23 countries across Asia, Europe and Africa.