Maldives Holiday Island Resort – A Tropica Gateway

If you are planning to have tropical holiday this summer then Maldives should top your list. Sun, Sand and Sea it has all, to offer you a perfect holiday. It’s picturesque beaches with white sand and water shades ranging from blue to turquoise, stretches of Coral reefs makes you feel heavenly.Republic of Maldives is situated amidst the Indian Ocean is a collection of around 1100 islets. It’s the world’s lowest land.

While you have zeroed down your option to Maldives what better place to stay then at Maldives Holiday Island Resort which is the Epitome of luxury combined with modern comforts set against natural backdrop. It’s located on the tip of South Aril Atoll.

It’s a private island surrounded with rich marine life. This resort is around 97 Km away from Male International Airport. Just located at the perfect place to provide you with perfect views from your rooms.

Houses around 142 Super deluxe rooms each with a private porch and facing the lagoon. From the porch of the rooms there leads a way to the shore through neatly lined up palm trees. If you are water sports enthusiast you can spend your day snorkeling and diving or simply have it all to yourself by simply relaxing, reading and swimming.

The restaurant offer delicious and varied cuisine options and cater to breakfast, lunch and dinner on a buffet setup style, the resort also has  a ‘la carte restaurant with continental and international cuisine. The resort also has a Spa that provides comprehensive services ranging from various ayurvedic massages to western treatments.

The island is small and you can walk all around it in 20 mins. The other places of interest in Maldives like the local market, the Islamic center, Mulee-aage and the National Museum are just a jetty drive away.

Comfy rooms, lovely food , warm and hospitable staff what else one can ask for. With all these amenities and luxury that the resort has to offer, it costs still much less then other resorts in Maldives like, Paradise resort or the Sun Island, so it makes economic sense too. So what are you still thinking pack your bags and get set go.