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Jumeirah’s First Maldives Resort to Open in January 2011

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Jumeirah Group has unveiled the new brand name of its first resort currently under way in the Maldives: Jumeirah Dhevanafushi (formerly Jumeirah Meradhoo).

Jumeirah Dhevanafushi is an exclusive all suite resort and scheduled to open in the first quarter of 2011.

Situated in the Gaafu Alifu Atoll, 400 km south of the capital city of Malé, it is located in an area of extraordinary beauty surrounded by unspoiled coral reefs.

The resort comprises 22 island villas, offering a distinctive residential feel, as well as an exclusive water village, called the Hermitage Collection, including 16 ocean villas, that are separated from the main island.

The Hermitage Collection at Jumeirah Dhevanafushi is aimed at the most discerning traveller wanting to experience a truly unique level of remote luxury. The villas, named Revives and Sanctuaries, range from 200m² to 600m² in size and offer sea views, direct access to the beach and 24 hour butler service. The design of the bountiful bedrooms is inspired by traditional Maldivian architecture.

The resort restaurant and a bar offer a variety of culinary options. There is also a Talise Spa with over-water treatment rooms and extensive sports and leisure facilities.

The second property under way in the Maldives is Jumeirah Vittaveli. The five star deluxe family resort is located in the South Malé Atoll and scheduled to open in March 2011.

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