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Baglioni to open Maagu property in 2017

Ninety-nine villas in Maagu Three Presidential Villas Three restaurants Italian hospitality brand Baglioni Hotels will launch its first luxury Maldives resort next year. CIT magazine reported that the resort will provide 99 villas with a selection of jungle, beach or over-water options, including an 870sqm presidential water villa with three bedrooms and private pool with Jacuzzi. Guests will have a choice of three restaurants …

MTDC sells Niyama Maldives resort for USD 23.3 million

Maldives Tourism Development Corporation (MTDC) announced the sale of Niyama Maldives, the resort managed in the islands of Enbudhufushi and Olhuveli in Dhaalu atoll, for USD 23.3 million (MVR 359.2 million). In a statement, MTDC declared that its board of directors has decided to sell the chief lease rights of the resort to O Plus E Holdings Pvt Ltd, the resort’s developer and current operator. …

Opening of Kudabandos Resort

Kudabandos, Previously used as a picnic island is now opened as a tourist resort. Located 9.7km away from capital of Maldives, male’  ‘Malahini Kuda Bandos’ is a 4 star resort totals 82 Rooms with 5 different categories. With 40sqm Beach Villas and 22-24sqm Garden Rooms. #AtMalahini we strive to create a casual environment where both our travelers and crew feel a sense of belonging. …

First resort in Hdh atoll will open next year

MTDC have said that the first resort in Hdh atoll will open next year. The resort is being made in Hdh Naagoshi. The MD of MTDC have said that، developing this resort his a high priority project for MTDC. MD Niyaz also said that، among the islands subleased by MTDC، the resort in Naagoshi is the one with most number of beds. He further …

Kudarah resort bought by a Lankan company

Kudarah Resort managed by J hotels and Resorts has been bough by a Sri Lankan company. J Hotels and Resorts is a company owned by Abdullah Jabir. This resort was sold for 23 million dollars. That is around 356 million Rufiyaa. It was bought by a Lankan company named Luxury resorts. The resort will be reopened as Amaya Kudarah Resort Maldives.     Source: …

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