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Mӧvenpick Hotels & Resorts has opened the doors to Mӧvenpick Resort Kuredhivaru Maldives on a private island in the Noonu Atoll.

The resort, located 45 minutes by sea plane from the capital, Malé, features 105 villas and suites comprising 72 overwater pool villas, 30 beach pool suites, and three beach spa pool residences, each with their own private plunge pool. The resort will also be accessible by a 15-minute speedboat ride from the new airport on Maafaru island in Noonu Atoll, which will open in early 2019.

The property features four dining experiences including the market-style all-day diner, ONU Marché Restaurant and Bar, which offers buffet and à la carte dishes made from locally-sourced produce; Mövenpick Coffee and Wine Lounge, serving coffees, chocolates, ice-creams and wines; as well as the pool-side restaurant Latitude 5.5, with ocean views. Seafood lovers are offered a selection of fresh catches at the overwater Bodumas Seafood Restaurant, which overlooks the Indian Ocean. Mӧvenpick Chocolate Hour will also be staged in the resort lobby daily, offering guests the chance to taste complimentary chocolate.

Other features include a Mӧvenpick Little Birds Club, offering activities for the whole family, as well as babysitting services. The property also plays host to onsite facilities including a diving centre that organises snorkelling, house reef explorations and cruises; a tennis court; state-of-the-art gym; water sports centre; and the Sun Spa by Esthederm, which offers facials and massage treatments. Another feature is the Beach Pool Spa Residence with a spacious living area and views of the resort. The venue can be used for small weddings and private gatherings of up to 20 guests.

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