InterContinental Hotels Group’s flagship property in the Maldives, InterContinental Maldives Maamunagau Resort has opened today. IHG is Inviting guests to immerse in the InterContinental experience with an exclusive video showcasing the brand’s alluring new Maldives property.
A 35-minute scenic seaplane transfer from Malé’s Velana International Airport enthrals guests with an awe-inspiring view of Maamunagau Island surrounded by emerald blue waters and pristine white sands. Stepping onto the island, guests will be mesmerised by the property’s 81 luxuriously appointed Beach, Lagoon and Overwater Villas and Residences, tantalising gastronomic experiences, thoughtfully curated personalised service, immaculate attention to detail, and an ever-present element of surprise and delight.
Enclaved within the archipelago’s largest natural lagoon, InterContinental Maldives is also located in proximity to Baa Atoll, a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve. The resort is committed to creating a sustainable marine ecosystem and has partnered with Manta Trust in support of the Maldivian Manta Ray Project, to nurture a safe habitat for the manta rays as well as providing guests with the opportunity to swim alongside these graceful creatures and snorkel in underwater coral gardens.
Guests staying during this period will enjoy daily complimentary breakfast and dinner at Cafè Umi for any length of stay; and, complimentary seaplane transfers for stays of five nights or longer. The InterContinental Hotels & Resorts brand makes travel alluring, with insights from more than 70 years of experience. Each of our properties provides a gateway to the glamour of the InterContinental Life.
The resort also features six tantalizing gastronomic concepts including The Retreat, an adults-only enclave with a private bar and its own infinity pool at the water’s edge; a signature AVI Spa with six overwater treatment villas; and a Planet Trekkers Kids Club for young explorers; all surrounded by the awe-inspiring natural beauty of the atolls.
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