Mal­dives Pri­vate Is­land Lux­ury

The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) - - NEWS -

Cen­tara Grand Is­land Re­sort& Spa is a world of bare­foot bliss that of­fers both ac­tiv­ity and re­lax­ation in equal mea­sures. This ul­ti­mate all-in­clu­sive lux­ury es­cape de­liv­ers so much more than cham­pagne break­fasts, daily lunches and din­ners, un­lim­ited drinks and daily spa cred­its – scuba div­ing and swim­ming with whale sharks are even in­cluded in your pack­age.


Ex­clu­sive is­land lux­ury. Lo­cated on the Equa­tor, the Mal­dives i s made up of 1,190 i slands and sand­banks. Cen­tara Grand I sland Re­sort & Spa, on South Ari Atoll, truly de­fines i sland l uxur y. The re­sort’s strik­ing dis­play of mod­ern de­sign show­cases i ts unique trop­i­cal l oca­tion.


Ab­so­lute beach­front ac­cess. Stay 6 Days /5 Nights in a stun­ning Beach Suite of­fer­ing a huge 87 square me­ters of space with a liv­ing room, king bed­room on the mez­za­nine and ex­pan­sive bath­room with out­door shower. Also in­cluded is a com­pli­men­tary mini- bar re­plen­ished once a day with soft drinks, min­eral wa­ters, beers and two bot­tles of wine. Open the doors from your suite and walk straight onto the white sand beach and turquoise wa­ters of the l agoon.

UP­GRADE Treat the fam­ily to a Deluxe Fam­ily Wa­ter Villa. These fam­ily- friendly over- wa­ter vil­las are de­signed with safety i n mind with se­cure ter­race ac­cess for l i ttle ones. The vil­las of­fer 93 square me­tres of fam­ily space i nclud­ing a chil­dren’s sleep­ing area with bunk beds and even a PlayS­ta­tion.

THE LO­CA­TION Do­mes­tic f light and boat trans­fers in­cluded. Most guests trav­el­ling to the Mal­dives travel via Sin­ga­pore ( with a host of car­ri­ers fly­ing be­tween Aus­tralia and Sin­ga­pore) be­fore a short four-hour flight to the cap­i­tal of Malé. The hol­i­day be­gins the mo­ment you step onto your in­cluded do­mes­tic flight from Malé air­port. Your 25- minute flight pro­vides un­par­al­leled views of this unique is­land na­tion be­fore you are whisked to your re­sort in jet-set style aboard your in­cluded boat trans­fer. Upon ar­rival you will be greeted with an in­cluded com­pli­men­tary glass of wel­come bub­bles.

THE FOOD Daily cham­pagne break­fasts, lunches and din­ners. Start each day i n par­adise with your i ncluded sump­tu­ous cham­pagne break­fasts fea­tur­ing de­li­cious freshly- cooked Western and Mal­di­vian de­lights i nclud­ing fresh fruits, eggs cooked- to­order, pan­cakes, seafood, pas­tries and more. For your fully in­cluded lunch es and din­ners, dine at The Reef – si­t­u­ated next to the in­fin­ity edge swim­ming pool–or the Az­zuriM are Restau­rant, where seafood is a spe­cial­ity and you have pic­ture- per­fect views of the la­goon. Sip on your in­cluded drinks at the Aqua Bar as tra­di­tional Mal­di­vian mu­sic pro­vides the per­fect back­drop to an ocean sun­set.

THE ACTIVITIES Re­lax into is­land time or en­joy once- in- a- life­time ex­pe­ri­ences. Ex­pe­ri­ence i t all with an i ncluded sun­set tour and take i n stun­ning views over the I ndian ocean or ac­ti­vate your i nner cul­ture vul­ture with a l ocal i sland dis­cover y tour to visit a Mal­di­vian vil­lage on a nearby i sland. I f you’d pre­fer to re­lax, you’re cov­ered with a pam­per­ing ex­pe­ri­ence of US$ 100 credit to re­deem at SPA Cen­va­ree ever y day. Div­ing and snorkelling en­thu­si­asts will be i n deep- sea heaven with i ncluded snorkelling tours ( whale sharks of­ten swim by) and dives i n the one of the world’s most beau­ti­ful reefs with PADI ac­cred­ited dive masters ( up to 3 dives per per­son, per week as an al­ter­na­tive to spa treat­ments).

PER­FECT FOR COU­PLES AND FAM­I­LIES Per­fect for cou­ples treat­ing them­selves to a once- i n- a- l i fe­time ro­man­tic break and fam­i­lies seek­ing a mem­ory mak­ing hol­i­day l i ke no other, Book your Cen­tara Grand Is­land Ho­tel & Spa hol­i­day at Lux­u­ryEs­capes. com or call us on 1300 88 99 00

Par­adise on earth re­ally ex­ists at Cen­tara Grand Is­land Ho­tel & Spa

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