TREAT YOURSELF TO A LUXURY ALL-INCLUSIVE STAY AT JW MARRIOTT MALDIVES RESORT & SPA

JW Marriott Maldives Resort & Spa invites guests for an indulgent all-inclusive stay at the stunning Indian Ocean retreat. As part of the package, guests can experience all the benefits of a luxury island escape in comfort, moving from the lavish pools to the decadent restaurants and taking advantage of the pristine sandy beaches.

 

A true foodie’s haven, the meal plan includes breakfast, lunch and dinner, with unlimited beverages from the resort’s all-inclusive beverage list, which are served across all of the five restaurants and three full-service bars.

 

There are a number of restaurants to choose from at this island paradise. Begin the day with breakfast at Aailaa, a vibrant international dining venue overlooking the turquoise waters. For lunch, guests can either return to Aailaa and dine on a sumptuous three-course menu or explore the gastronomic delights of Italian eatery Fiamma, overlooking the Horizon pool, or even make their way to Kaashi, the hotel’s unique tree-top Thai restaurant that offers favorites such as Phad Kra Prow carefully crafted by Thai Chef Praewpan Saengon.

 

As the perfect end to the day, Aailaa serves a delicious three-course dinner which can be enjoyed as a private beach dinner for one evening during the guests’ stay as part of this package.

 

The meal plan also allows guests to receive the benefit of dining at the resort’s two overwater signature restaurants, Hashi and Shio, with 60% savings on the food bill. Guests can watch a team of talented teppanyaki chefs showcase their culinary skills with drama and flair at the chic Japanese restaurant, Hashi, while at the grill Shio, guests can indulge in an array of fine cuts of meat in addition to a selection of sumptuous seafood.

 

JW Marriott Maldives Resort & Spa is just a short flight from the GCC and is set in the natural tranquility of the Indian Ocean with 60 villas, five restaurants, three bars, a spa and fitness center at the disposal of guests.

 

 

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