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Naladhu, Maldives joins Small Luxury Hotels of the World

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Wednesday, 28 November 2007

Naladhu Maldives, the pristine paradise island in the Maldves with just 19 houses has joined the esteemed Small Luxury Hotels of the World (SLH). 

The Small Luxury Hotels of the World brand is a collection of over 440 independently-owned hotels in 70 countries.

Since opening n March of this year, Naladhu Maldives was  named one of the world's Hottest new resorts by Conde Nast Traveler in the 2007 Hot List. Other accolades have included the Must Visit list of The Times, London, and DestinAsian magazines Luxe list 2007. 

Located in the aquatic setting of the Maldives, one of the worlds most celebrated tropical havens, the Naladhu Maldives has captured the elegant aesthetics of a colonial era, with hints of Sri Lankan regality in its design. However, the resort also proffers every modern convenience imaginable to the luxury traveller.

Naladhu means pretty little island, and each of the exclusive 19 Houses each named after a Maldivian plant - has been designed to make every guests wish become reality.

With a commitment to perfecting every detail, Naladhu fuses modern facilities with a sense of the nostalgia. White-washed timber wall panels  juxtapose the zesty Indian motifs and colours of the house upholstery. Antique furnishings, such as an early 20th century writers desk and the decorous bar cabinet conjure up images of a romantic, bygone age.

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