Marriott opening Maldives resort in November

Resort and spa by JW Marriott will open in November 2018 on the island of Vagaru with 61 private villas.

JW Marriott Maldives Resort & Spa will be opening on the island of Vagaru, Shaviyani Atoll, Maldives in November 2018. 

The 61-villa property will include a private pool with every villa, a treetop restaurant, expansive wine cellar, a Kid’s Club by JW and Spa by JW. The resort is a scenic 55-minute seaplane flight from Velana International Airport, Male.

There will be 29 secluded one and two-bedroom beach villas nestled among the island’s greenery, each with its own private beach area. For guests who like to fall asleep to the sound of the ocean there will be 32 villas standing majestically on stilts over the glistening Laccadive Sea and one spectacular four-bedroom Royal Water Villa.

A serene Spa by JW will provide guests with the chance to fully recharge and relax, including six treatments rooms, one Royal Treatment Suite, a gym, yoga pavilion and beauty salon.

The water sports and dive centre with an onsite marine biologist will offer deep sea fishing, sailing excursions, para-sailing, jet skiing, kayaking, line-fishing, kite surfing, diving and more.

 

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