Jumeirah opens above-sea ‘Ocean Pearls’ in Maldives
The Jumeirah Dhevanafushi Maldivian Hotel was recently added a new complex by the middle-eastern group Jumeirah. Called “the Jumeirah Ocean Pearls”, it’s a pack of water-villas suspended on wooden platforms, above the ocean water, far away from the headquarters.
The villas are interconnected by wooden walkways, allowing guests to easily get to the local amenities – seafood restaurant, infinity pool, spa treatment rooms, library and bar. Each villa is equipped with a rear-deck that provides access into the ocean water through a staircase. They also come with sunken bathtubs.
Sized between 270 and 340 square meters each, the guests will be provided a full-day butler service, for an unforgettable holiday. This luxury resort is a big leap towards Jumeirah’s growing hotel business; they are willing to increase the numbers of hotels they own throughout the world – there are plans for Majorca, Kuwait and Azerbaijan – during the next 14 months, focusing on both quality and comfort; they might even get to compete with the reputable Mandarin Oriental and Four Seasons.
Being inaugurated next year, all you need to do is book a reservation – comfort and extravagance are on their way.
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