The Holiday Inn Malé, located in Malé, the
capital city of the Maldives, welcomed its first guests on Monday.
Located on the corner of Ameer Ahmed Magu,
Holiday Inn Malé lies near the harbourfront, shops and markets and
within a short walking distance to the various historical places
of interest like the Old Friday Mosque, Sultan Park and The
Presidential Palace. The hotel provides the perfect gateway to
holidaymakers heading out to outlying resort islands.
Holiday Inn Malé features 117 stylish rooms,
including 17 Superior Rooms, 77 Deluxe Rooms, 13 Deluxe Ocean view
Rooms, 9 Premiere Rooms and a Presidential Suite.
All rooms feature either a king bed or two twin
beds and offer amenities such as broadband Internet, LCD TVs,
minibar, complimentary tea/coffee making facilities and in-room
For dining and entertainment, there is a Lobby
Café, an all day dining restaurant, a rooftop restaurant offering
European/Japanese fusion cuisine and a 24 hour in-room dining.
The hotel also has a rooftop swimming pool, a
well equipped fitness centre and a Coconut Spa. Other activities
include scuba diving and snorkeling, big game fishing, island
excursions and picnics, Malé city tour, photo flights, resort day
visits, submarine trips and others.
For corporate meetings, there are four versatile
meeting rooms including the Grand Ballroom offering 255 square
metres of space, all equipped with the latest technology.
The hotel is currently in its soft opening phase
with 39 rooms opened for booking. By October the full facilities
at Holiday Inn Malé will be available.
“As the newest hotel and the first
international-class property in Malé, I am confident that Holiday
Inn Malé will do extremely well. Holiday Inn Malé aims to be the
ideal business and leisure connection for our guests to the
Maldives,” said General Manager Brett Wilson. “We are also fully
in line with the standards of the global Holiday Inn relaunch,
joining over 1,000 other hotels around the world that sports the
new Holiday Inn brand standards and contemporary new logo.”
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