As the Maldives continues to expand its tourism business at a rapid rate, the team from Hurawahli Island Resort is attending ITB Berlin 2018 to provide visitors and media with more details of the extraordinary travel experiences that Hurawahli can provide.
Opened in December 2016, the adult only Hurawahli Island Resort has been a great success since it was unveiled. Accessible via a 40-minute seaplane flight from Velana International Airport, Hurawahli is 400 metres long and 165 metres wide. It is surrounded by a beautiful lagoon and boasts long stretches of white sandy beach.
Accommodation consists of 90 villas of varying description that each offer privacy, spaciousness and comfort with king-sized beds, a/c and stunning contemporary design. Hurawahli is also home to 5.8, the biggest underwater restaurant in the world. A Michelin star chef from Berlin has created one of the world’s most renowned, and exclusive, gastronomic journeys that promises to wow Hurawahli guests.
The launch of Kudadoo Private Island in late 2018 promises to add to Hurawalhi Kudadoo’s success. One of most anticipated new openings in the Maldives in 2018, the new private ultra luxury island offers 15 ocean residences that ensure ultimate privacy.
Accessible by seaplane from Velana, Kudadoo is designed to be a sanctuary of serenity for grown-ups seeking luxury and an abundance of personal space. A butler meets guests’ every need, while personalised cuisine will satisfy every craving.
Meanwhile, a 24-hour bar is located over-the-water, while a spa provides a tropical experience focused on simplicity and purity.
From swimming with manta rays and turtles to barbecues on hidden sandbanks, Kudadoo ultimately aims to embody the unsurpassed beauty of the Maldives.
Hall 5.2a / Stand 107