Le Meridien Maldives Resort & Spa


Le Meridien Maldives Resort immediately comes to mind as an exceptional resort offering great value with Marriott points and boasting an incredible spa.

Overwater villas are constructed on poles above the water, allowing easy access to an abundant reef of marine life below. Lagoon villas may also be found.

Rooms

Le Meridien Maldives Resort & Spa boasts 141 rooms that are conveniently distributed around its island location. Overwater villas are popular honeymoon choices, offering spacious decks with steps down to the water where there’s abundant marine life to observe and large bathrooms with luxurious linen bedding for restorative relaxation and rejuvenation during a tropical vacation.

Beach villas can be found on the west side of an island and feature a semi-private beachfront garden, featuring spacious and comfortable accommodations complete with king-sized beds and large plans that protect from people walking by on the beach, providing stunning ocean views as well as offering privacy from other visitors. They come equipped with lounge chairs and small tables for added comfort – an excellent option for couples wanting some time alone while still being close.

All rooms at this hotel feature Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, minibars and luxurious amenities like walk-in showers and bathtubs – equipped with hairdryers and tea/coffee making facilities – as well as Wi-Fi service, flat-screen TVs and Wi-Fi connectivity. Their bathroom also boasts luxurious amenities such as walk-in showers. Their spa stands out with floor windows offering panoramic views over their coral reef when receiving treatments!

This hotel is classified as a Category 5 property, so staying there will cost roughly 40K Marriott points per night during peak season. With a Marriott Bonvoy credit card with an offer that allows a fifth night free, this can allow for booking an award stay that costs less than $800 total.

Bar

Le Meridien Maldives Resort & Spa’s bar offers an assortment of drinks and snacks. Soft drinks cost $6; coffee/tea starts at $10, fruit juices cost less; cocktails/beers prices may be slightly higher (one glass of wine costs $14; an entire bottle costs just under $100); however if you purchase an all-inclusive package this includes all alcoholic beverages as part of their offering.

Thilamaafushi Island in Lhaviyani Atoll in northern Maldives features few tourist islands or beaches; thus giving Le Meridien the feeling of an isolated paradise.

One of the stand-out features of this hotel is its astounding house reef. This ecosystem plays host to green and hawksbill turtles, fish and other marine life; additionally, a team of conservationists work hard to protect the ecosystem and preserve our marine heritage.

At this resort, there is also an impressive water sports center equipped with all-new equipment, offering non-motorized water sports at no charge and motorized ones for a small fee. A guide will be happy to assist when snorkeling or renting personal flotation devices is an ideal way to cool off when the afternoon heat hits. Guests staying in water villas also have access to their own personal pool allowing easy cooling off without walking down steps into the ocean.

Restaurants

When thinking of Maldives, images of sandy exotic beaches and crystal blue waters teeming with marine life often come to mind. You might also conjure images of small luxurious villas on poles above the water that provide direct access to the sea from bedroom and bathroom – this type of accommodation can be found at Le Meridien Maldives Resort & Spa.

At this resort, their overwater villas are meticulously equipped to ensure a relaxing and enjoyable stay. Each villa comes complete with amenities to make you feel right at home: from private hot tubs and spacious decks to an infinity-edge pool overlooking sea and lagoon. There’s also a minibar, flat-screen TV, eco-friendly toiletries from Malin+Goetz as well as spacious bathrooms equipped with double vanities mirroring one another and featuring glass doors opening directly onto water, fun flamingo wallpaper and wooden make-up tables – everything needed for an unforgettable stay!

At Velaa Bar + Grill restaurant, guests can indulge in a selection of meals at one of two pools located within the resort. One features stunning ocean views while the other provides guests with the ideal spot to unwind and soak up some sun.

Food at this resort may be costly, but well worth its cost. A spider roll from Tabemasu costs $30 while sashimi starts from $15. If budget constraints are a concern, consider dining at Riviera bar instead – with adult-only seating you may find more reasonable pricing!

Activities

The hotel tour desk can assist with planning an enjoyable itinerary during your stay, from dinner and show reservations to room service delivery and laundry/dry cleaning services – not forgetting travel essentials like toothpaste and shampoo!

On-site is a full-service spa with friendly, professional staff who will treat you like royalty while offering the highest standard of care possible. Their treatments are relaxing and rejuvenating.

Visitors can enjoy a range of recreational activities at this resort hotel, including beach volleyball, swimming pool swimming and numerous other recreational pursuits. Furthermore, there is also a fitness center and spa on-site as well as several restaurants and bars to choose from.

The hotel is located on Lhaviyani Atoll, north of Male, and can be accessed with a 35-minute seaplane flight from Male.

Thilamaafushi Resort & Spa is a brand new property featuring standard overwater villas that can be booked using Marriott points and free night awards, making this hotel an excellent way to maximize the use of Marriott points during peak seasons when cash rates would exceed $320. Ideally situated for exploring Maldives’ stunning reefs and turquoise waters – manta rays and dolphins often visit Thilamaafushi – its house reef offers even more marine life exploration!

Fitness center

Le Meridien Maldives Resort is one of the newest properties to join Marriott’s Maldives portfolio and quickly making a name for itself with excellent value, delicious cuisine and top-of-the-line service that rivals more costly resorts. As a Category 5 Marriott property, rooms can be booked using points or free night certificates at around $35K for standard nights and 40K on peak nights – an outstanding deal compared to more costly properties!

Thilamafushi Island Resort and Spa sits amidst natural lagoons. Boasting 141 villas spread out across the island – many overwater – each overwater villa is designed for maximum space and comfort, featuring private pools and terraces. Explore Spa is another standout feature, boasting rooms housed within overwater buildings that allow customers to experience treatment while gazing down at surrounding coral reefs below them.

Hotel guests can choose between six restaurants and bars at this resort, such as Tabemasu’s Teppanyaki restaurant and Turquoise beachside marketplace offering various dinner options for dinner. There is also an on-site fitness center to help guests burn off some vacation calories; all dining is included in their room rate while some meals require an additional charge; in-room coffee and tea as well as bottled water and satellite TV are free for guests’ use.

Water sports

Most people who imagine a trip to the Maldives visualize white-sand beaches and crystal blue waters filled with exotic fish and coral, and luxury villas built on poles directly over water – an increasingly popular form of accommodation which helps resorts maximize space utilization while making use of their picturesque surroundings.

Le Meridien Maldives is situated on an idyllic natural island surrounded by lagoons, and provides five star luxury accommodation and international gastronomy. A tropical paradise, Le Meridien Maldives caters to everyone, offering plenty of choices for both families and couples.

Rooms at Le Meridien Maldives are elegantly decorated and comfortably designed, featuring plenty of amenities that guarantee a luxurious experience. Amenities include a minibar and tea and coffee facilities as well as a flat-screen television; wardrobe storage includes iron/board; safe; ironing board; safe deposit box, beach towels robes slippers beach towels are provided too! Plus there is a spacious shower featuring both rainshower head and bidet hose – Le Meridien also provides Malin+Goetz products refillable bottles!

Visitors to this property can take part in various activities on-site, including water sports and spa services. There is also dining available onsite – Velaa is an excellent restaurant offering breakfast and lunch in an informal environment; additionally it features several halal-friendly options to meet dietary restrictions.

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