Centara Hotels & Resorts has launched an
all-inclusive package at its newly opened Centara Grand Island
Resort & Spa Maldives through which guests can enjoy a four-night
stay inclusive of all meals and unlimited beverages at rates
starting from US$599 net per room night, depending on the category
of room and the season.
The offer is available
until 21 December 2010, with all prices quoted being
inclusive of service charge and prevailing government tax.
Guests selecting the Maldives On Sale package can choose
from any of the room types at the resort and inclusive with the
accommodation will receive daily buffet breakfast, lunch and
dinner at Reef restaurant.
Also included is a
one-time opportunity to dine at Lotus, the Thai restaurant, or
Azzuri Mare, the Italian restaurant. Additional visits are
available with a credit against a la carte consumption of US$ 40
per adult and US$ 20 per child.
The price includes
an open-bar service with house pouring brands of spirits and
mixers, white, red and sparkling wine, beer, and cocktails of the
day between 11am and midnight daily, with soft drinks and mineral
water available throughout the day.
and an afternoon ice cream station for the children is part of the
package, as is complimentary use of non-motorised water sports
excluding diving and snorkeling equipment.
are based on a two-person occupancy, or four-person for the
two-bedroom accommodation, with a daily surcharge of US$175 per
adult and US$75 per child plus government bed tax of US$8 net per
Set amongst the islands and blue
ocean of South Ari Atoll in the Republic of Maldives, 25 minutes
by seaplane from Male, Centara Grand Island Resort & Spa Maldives
offers the ultimate in barefoot luxury along with a range of
exciting activities that will appeal both to couples and to
Featuring 112 suites and villas, the
resort offers diving and snorkeling enthusiasts outstanding
opportunities including an excellent house reef complete with a
dedicated sunken ship wreck, and is within easy reach of the top
dive spots in the Maldives.
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