Four Seasons, Taj Resort, and W Hotel are among the Coyle Hospitality clients with stunning Maldives properties.
Lying low 250 miles off the coast of India, straddling the equator, about 200 islands of the Maldives chain numbering 1,190 are inhabited, of which about 90 have tourism-related services. Since 1968, the small republic has been independent following 80 years of British colonial rule.
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Maldives is a Marvel on the Equator
Speaking of numbers, there’s another number to keep in mind when packing for the Madives. The outdoor temperature is a fairly constant one in the low-to-mid-80s, matched by the temperature of the sea.
Stunningly precious and unique on this planet, the 26 atolls which make up the Maldives are a fragile environmental balance being diligently protected with local support. While embracing the important role of tourism in the Maldives, many stakeholders have pledged to work together in this regard.
The Taj Exotica Resort and Spa is an example of the luxury standard delivered by very special Maldives properties. Guests arrive from Malé Airport by private speedboat in 15 minutes. Situated mid-lagoon, one of 64 villas, a signature spa and creative cuisine await lucky guests, often celebrating milestone moments of life.
At the W Hotel Maldives, expect quite a different experience than at W Hotel New York or San Francisco. The 78 villas, each complete with its own plunge pool, sundeck, and beach are on Fesdu, an island with an abundance of outdoor sports activity options.
Baa Atoll UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve operates at Four Seasons Landaa Giraavaru in Baa, and that’s not all. Snorkel by day, by night, on the beach or off
the side of an excursion boat. Learn to sail a catamaran in the lagoon or kayak across the turquoise waters.