Noku Maldives to welcome guests in August

Noku Maldives has announced that the resort will be opening its doors to welcome guests in August 2018.

During a corporate dinner held at Hotel Jen, the resort’s General Manager, Justin Heng shared this announcement with industry partners. Two lucky draw winners were awarded with complimentary stays at Noku Maldives as well as the sister property in Japan, Noku Kyoto.

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Noku Maldives was previously operated by AAA Hotels and Resorts under the name Zitahli Kuda-Funafaru Resort. Singapore’s Roxy-Pacific Holdings Ltd acquired the leasehold rights in 2016.

Access to Noku Maldives is by a 45-minute seaplane flight from Velana International Airport with the Trans Maldivian Airways (TMA). Flights are only operational during the day for resort transfers and guests can contact our staff to make the necessary arrangements 3-days prior to their arrival.

With 50 modern private villas on Kuda Funafaru in Noonu Atoll. Noku Maldives offers comfort, space and tranquility that is second to none. The crystal blue lagoon reveals diverse fish life where one might even spot our resident sea turtle. Set sail on our Dhoni to discover spinner dolphins, savour the world on a plate with our tasty international cuisine. Indulge the senses with our wellness treatments at Noku Spa.

The spacious beachfront dining at the Palms Restaurant serves up à la carte and buffet-style dining that are lovingly prepared by Noku’s culinary experts. Guests can also indulge in the refreshing cocktails blending Eastern and Western influences skilfully prepared by the team at the Palms Bar, whereas Thari Restaurant features the elements of Thai, Japanese and Singaporean cuisines, bringing you a flavourful taste of the countries where Noku hotels are located.

Embracing nature is an integral aspect of the wellness program at Noku Maldives. Rejuvenation begins with the beautiful garden walkway leading up to 6 double treatment suites with a relaxing view of the ocean. Their wellness treatments use the natural ingredients to enhance total wellbeing. Each treatment room is thoughtfully designed as a sanctuary where stone and wooden accents achieve a deep sense of calm and relaxation.

With the addition of Noku Maldives, Roxy has added a second property to their Noku portfolio, with the first one in Kyoto Japan, which was opened during November 2015.

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