Baglioni Resort Maldives to open in March

Luxury property on Dhaalu Atoll has 96 villas, three restaurants and access to great dive sites.

Baglioni Resort Maldives will open on the island of Maagau in the Dhaalu Atoll in March 2019.

The new luxury Italian-owned resort will contain 96 villas with a selection of garden, beach or over-water options, as well as three family beach villas and a 1,230sqm Presidential Water Villa.

Guests can enjoy a range of water sport activities and access to some of the best dive sites in the world, or relax at the Ayurvedic Garden Spa with Thai therapies. When it's time for dinner, there is a choice of three restaurants.

The resort is 40 minutes by seaplane from the capital Malé.


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