Dusit Thani Maldives highlights ‘Maldivian architecture with Thai artistry’

 Dusit International has confirmed the opening of Dusit Thani Maldives on February 6. Surrounded by a 360-degree coral reef and lagoon, the island property is considered a landmark addition to the brand.

Located on Mudhdhoo Island in Baa Atoll, Dusit Thani Maldives is said to blend Maldivian architecture with Thai artistry.

The resort features 100 villas and residences. Beach Villas offer 1,517 square feet of living space, many complete with private pools. Lagoon Villas (1,625 square feet) feature a private deck area and plunge pool, offering a combination of beach and lagoon access. The Ocean Villas offer 1,980 square feet with decks featuring private pools and salas, day beds and deck chairs. Meanwhile, the premium two-bedroom Ocean Pavilions (4,036 square feet) and Beach Residences (6,070 square feet) have swimming pools, and indoor and outdoor dining areas.

The resort also features Dusit's signature Devarana Spa, elevated above a grove of coconut palm trees; and the resort's centerpiece, the largest infinity swimming pool in the Maldives, a full 8,072 square feet designed around an ancient banyan tree.

The property similarly has three restaurants and two bars.

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