NewsOctober 23, 2019

The Standard Maldives, debuting November 2019 is now open for bookings

The Standard Maldives has opened up bookings as it prepares to make its official debut in November 2019.

Following its groundbreaking London debut, Standard International, the parent company of The Standard, the company intends to mark its entry into Asia with the rebranding of Carpe Diem Beach Resort and Spa to “The Standard Huruvalhi Maldives”.


Guests can now book their stay now at The Standard Maldives and enjoy special opening rates starting at just USD 395.

Featuring 115 private beach and water villas, the resort is located at Raa Atoll, Huruvalhi, a short seaplane flight away from the Maldives’ main Velana International Airport. Whether an overwater villa floating in the lagoon or settled on a pristine sandy beachfront, each of its 115 villas will feature their own private lounge deck and plunge pool.

The Standard Maldives offers snorkeling in naturally protected house reef or dives deep on boat excursion through the local waters to sunset boat excursions to uninhabited islands and undiscovered reefs, as well as night fishing and private destination dining. The Standard Spa offers a communal hammam, aroma steam room, daily yoga, personal training, and comes with nine private treatment rooms. No Standard stay is complete without a night to remember; whether dancing to tribal beats at a beach bonfire or at their glass bottom, overwater nightclub or even a disco ball above the bathtub, for an own private party.

Created in 1999, The Standard hotels are known for their taste-making clientele, their pioneering design, and their unrelenting un-standard-ness. With now 6 hotels in New York, Los Angeles, Miami, and now London, the goal of every Standard project—be it a hotel, a rooftop discothèque, or a magazine—is to defy conventions, up to the aesthetic stakes, and deliver an experience that can only be had at The Standard.

The Maldives is included among the company’s extensive global pipeline which includes Milan, Paris, Mexico City, Jakarta, Phuket, and Chicago.