Minor Hotels have announce the reopening of its portfolio of five island resorts in the Maldives. Having closed back in April due to the global pandemic, the properties are once again welcoming guests, introducing a range of new facilities and experiences as well as enhancements to ensure the health and wellbeing of all guests.
Anantara Kihavah Maldives Villas welcomed their first guests on September 27th, reopening with brand-new Beach Pool and Over Water Pool Residences and a new-look Anantara Spa, whilst across the resort’s portfolio of restaurants and private in-villa dining, guests can expect a renewed focus on nutritious options.
Forming a cluster of three hotels, Anantara Dhigu Maldives Resort, Anantara Veli Maldives Resort and Naladhu Private Island all open their doors from today, October 1st. They reopen with new experiences including the opportunity to buy out a private island for a day and a floating spa treatment.
Also welcoming guests once again, Niyama Private Islands reopens with its laid-back vibe and big island feel with space in abundance. The resort offers a range of active pursuits around the islands or on the water, in addition to Drift Spa and a multitude of dining options including on the beach, in the treetops and underwater.
Minor Hotels’ highest priority is to maintain a safe and secure environment for guests and team members across all properties. Guests can feel safe in the knowledge that all five Maldives resorts are in line with World Health Organisation and local health authority regulations and in addition are implementing Anantara’s “Stay With Peace of Mind” programme.