Jumeirah opens second Maldives property
Maldives, December 14, 2011
Jumeirah Group, the Dubai-based luxury hospitality company and a member of Dubai Holding, has opened the doors of its second property in the Maldives.
Jumeirah Vittaveli Maldives, an ultra luxury resort catering for couples, families and small groups, is just a 20 minute ride by speedboat from Malé International Airport.
Jumeirah's second property to open in Maldives this year, the Vittaveli welcomed its first guests on Wednesday.
Nestled in a spot of astounding beauty, Jumeirah Vittaveli introduces a variety of accommodation options on the island and over water, ranging from 184 sq m to 800 sq m. The resort boasts of 91 villa-suites with their own spacious private pool.
The other feature highlights include three restaurants, a bar, a 1080 sq m Talise Spa and comprehensive facilities for young children and teenagers.
Every consideration has been taken for the enjoyment of the younger guests as well as preserving peace and tranquillity for the adult visitors, said a statement from Jumeirah.
The resort features Sinbad’s Kids Club for children from two to 12 years of age, and a teen club for those aged 12 and above, both offering interactive, fun and educational programmes for all ages.
Jumeirah had opened six new hotels this year including Jumeirah at Etihad Towers (Abu Dhabi), Jumeirah Zabeel Saray (Dubai), Jumeirah Dhevanafushi and Jumeirah Vittaveli (Maldives), Jumeirah Himalayas Hotel Shanghai (China) and Jumeirah Frankfurt in Germany.
With new properties opening in Dubai, Kuwait, London, Rome, Azerbaijan, and Mallorca in the coming six months, Jumeirah expects to double its portfolio of hotels, resorts and serviced residences under management since the start of 2011, it added.-TradeArabia News Service
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