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Shangri-Las Villingili Resort in Maldives Opens Private Airport Terminal

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Shangri-Las Villingili Resort and Spa has opened its own private executive airport terminal.

Located at Gan International Airport in Addu Atoll, the terminal is for the exclusive arrival and departure of the resorts guests, including those on commercial flights to and from Mal International Airport.

The private terminal is just five minutes by speedboat from the resort and features two lounges and a VIP room.

A private lounge is reserved for guests arriving by private jet and offers one-stop immigration, custom and baggage screening services for a seamless arrival experience.

Shangri-Las all-villa Villingili Resort and Spa also has its own nine-hole recreational golf course and conducts cultural bicycle tours on neighbouring islands.

Surrounded by a striking coral reef, the luxurious hideaway resort is a lush, picturesque paradise with six kilometres of coastline and two kilometres of white sand beaches.

Guests taking advantage of the new private jet terminal can enjoy the Private Jet Experience featuring stays in a presidential villa and tailor-made benefits.

The Private Jet Experience benefits include welcome champagne; a dedicated villa butler; dolphin cruise; daily massage at CHI, The Spa; personal mobile phone, and the bespoke Dine By Design experience in one of the resorts secret locations.

Shangri-Las Villingili Resort and Spa offers 132 villas, including two spacious presidential villas that measure up to 957 square metres.

Shangri-La, Maldives, Terminal, Private Jets

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