NewsMarch 24, 2020

Crown and Champa Resorts Temporarily Suspends Operations of all its Properties

Crown and Champa Resorts has announced that the group will be temporarily suspending operations of all its properties from 15th April to 30th June 2020.

A statement released by the group said, “Our deepest sympathies go to everyone affected by the ongoing situation. There is no overstating the far-reaching effects that this crisis has on individuals, families, businesses and countries. We wish to thank everyone who promptly and effectively responded to the situation, and who are continuing to do so as the situation evolves.”


Crown & Champa Resorts, “CCR” is a trading name for a group of resort hotels in the Republic of the Maldives, owned and operated by various Maldivian and foreign partners. CCR was established in 2000 and their current resorts are:

  • Hurawalhi Island Resort & Spa
  • Komandoo Island Resort & Spa
  • Kudadoo Island Resort & Spa
  • Kuredu Island Resort & Spa
  • Meeru Island Resort & Spa
  • Veligandu Island Resort & Spa
  • Vilamendhoo Island Resort & Spa
  • Innahura Maldives Resort
  • Champa Central Hotel

Veligandu Island Resort & Spa, Vilamendhoo Island Resort & Spa, and Meeru Island Resort & Spa will be closed from April 1 to June 30.

Hurawalhi Maldives, Kudadoo Maldives Private Island by Hurawalhi, Innahura Maldives Resort, Komandoo Maldives and Kuredu Resort Maldives will be suspending operations from April 15 to June 30.

The group had previously announced the launch of its five-star Kagi Maldives Spa Island in the Maldives’ North Male Atoll in September 2020.

“Over the last forty years, our resort collection, its owners, partners and employees have been guided by a vision and with shared values. We wish to thank you for your continued support, understanding during these difficult times. It is with this trust that our collection will continue to serve guest for the next forty years and beyond,” the announcement read.

COVID-19 pandemic has also led to the temporary suspension of properties of two other leading hotel groups in the Maldives; Universal Resorts and Villa Hotels.