JW Marriott Maldives Resort and Spa is ready to welcome back their loyal Marriott Bonvoy members and global travelers again from 01 October 2020 onwards to their tropical sanctuary.
Surrounded by serene turquoise blue crystal water, Maldives is the perfect destination to unwind and rejuvenate with natural-distanced villa’s allowed a comforting safe luxury living in peace and comfort.
The resort has also ensured that although their certified cleanliness, health and safety standards have always been in compliance with the global and local authorities, JW Marriott Maldives has adapted the latest enhanced hotel cleaning practices and guidelines to ensure both of resort guests and associates are confident in the cleanliness and safety of the resort. As part of Marriott International, the organization had created the Marriott Global Cleanliness Council which focus on developing the next level global hospitality cleanliness standards to minimize risk and enhance safety for both guests and associates.
JW Marriott Maldives Resort & Spa is a 55 minutes flight from Velana International Airport (VIA) and is 192 km away from Male’ City on the island of Vagaru in the northern Shaviyani atoll.
The stunning new resort opened on November 2019 features 60 spacious villas, starting at approximately 2,520 sq. feet, which include private pools and wooden sunbathing decks. Duplex overwater pool villas and single-story overwater pool villas are set on stilts overlooking the clear turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean, with a choice of sunrise or sunset views. While beach pool villas come with direct access to the pristine white sandy beaches of the private island, the unique, split-level Duplex Beach Pool Villa is designed to cater to multigenerational families, featuring separate lounges, bedrooms, and bathrooms to accommodate larger groups. Each room throughout the resort draws inspiration from the natural surroundings and local Maldivian culture, incorporating colors and materials that highlight the island destination. Thatched roofs on villas are reminiscent of inverted dhoni boats, the traditional Maldivian wooden fishing vessels, and slanted roof tips recall white herons dipping their heads into the water.