Centara Goes All-Inclusive in Maldives

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Wednesday, 22 August 2012

Guests arriving at Centara Grand Island Resort & Spa Maldives from 1 November 2012 can leave both their shoes and their cash behind, because from that date the resort begins its Ultimate All-Inclusive experience.

Although Centara has always featured fully inclusive accommodation, Ultimate All-Inclusive takes this concept to an entirely new level and represents the ultimate in luxury escapes.

Included are champagne breakfasts served all the way through until mid-morning, a choice of three restaurants for lunch, and dinners that offer a daily theme buffet, Thai cuisine, Italian dining at a romantic overwater restaurant, Japanese teppanyaki cooked to order, fresh seafood, and international dishes.

Each evening begins with an invitation to a sundowner cocktail party where guests can mingle and enjoy free-flowing drinks as the sun sets over the Indian Ocean, and the night progresses with live entertainment. An open bar service provides cocktails, beers, wines and spirits from 10 am to midnight at the resorts two bars, and the room minibar is replenished once daily.

Also included are credits of US$ 100 per person per day to spend at Spa Cenvaree village spa, with a range of treatments that include foot massage, Indian head massage, face relaxing massage, and a choice of body scrubs and upper back massage.

The package also includes Wi-Fi access in the rooms and across the resort, use of fitness facilities with programmes designed by a personal trainer, tennis, snorkeling equipment, motorised water sports, and windsurfing lessons.

A number of off-island excursions are also included such as a whale shark tour, sunset fishing, sunset cruises and the local island discovery tour.

Featuring 112 suites, pool villas and overwater villas, the resort offers diving enthusiasts outstanding diving opportunities including a house reef complete with a dedicated sunken shipwreck and is within easy reach of the top dive spots in the Maldives.

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