Milaidhoo Island Maldives Reopens 1 September 2020
By: MILAIDHOO ISLAND MALDIVES
July 2020: Maldives Luxury Resort (https://www.milaidhoo.com/)
Guests visiting Maldivian-owned Milaidhoo between September and November 2020 will enjoy the advantage of having an extra portion of paradise to themselves, because the island resort will be operating at a reduced capacity to ensure social distancing and the utmost privacy. Those wishing for a truly secluded stay can opt for in-villa dining in the luxury of their spacious pool villa at no extra cost
Each of the thatched-roof villas opens up 180 degrees, creating spacious outdoor living, features a beautiful infinity pool and is serviced by a designated Island Host. Ahead of the reopening, thorough cleaning protocols have been implemented to ensure health, safety and peace of mind for guests. Special care begins at the airport where Milaidhoo staff sanitize luggage trolleys and luggage for guests and handle seaplane check-in.
Guests staying on Half Board or Milaidhoo Gourmet Plan are entitled to a specialbeach dinner every fourth night of their stay. At a lantern-lit dining table set up in the privacy of one of Milaidhoo's white-sand powder soft beaches, a butler will serve a selected four-course menu as guests listen to the gentle waves lapping the shore under an array of twinkling stars.
Milaidhoo used the period of closure to prepare the island ready for the return of guests, with the result that the holiday experience is now better than ever. The ever-popular Ocean Restaurant has received a fresh new-look. Situated on a sandy shore, the restaurant, renowned for its breath-taking ocean views, specialises in epicurean international cuisine.
To celebrate the reopening coinciding with manta ray season, Milaidhoo is offering guests a complimentary speed boat excursion to Hanifaru Bay, known as the biggest manta feeding station in the world. Guests are invited to see, swim and snorkel with the ocean's gentle giants, who feed on nothing bigger than microscopic plankton. Excursions to Hanifaru Bay will be coordinated with the Hanifaru Bay park rangers, who are experts in ensuring guests enjoy the most rewarding sighting opportunities.