Jumeirah Vittaveli unveils two-bedroom beach villas

Jumeirah Hotels & Resorts' property in the Maldives, the Jumeirah Vittaveli, completed an upgrade that saw the addition of new two-bedroom beach villas, a new villa category.

Measuring 2,185 square feet in size, each two-bedroom villa offers a combination of space, service and privacy. All have direct access to white beaches and the Indian Ocean’s waters.

Children can access the Kuda Koli Kid’s Club and the Teen Lounge, while adults can relax on their private terrace or the “L” shaped pool. Guests can also access in a semi-open shower experience in the open-air bathroom, complete with marble bathtub.

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Jumeirah Vittaveli has 43 beach villas and suites, and 46 lagoon villas and suites. It also has three restaurants and a beachside cocktail bar, private swimming pool in every villa, a full range of water sports including deep sea fishing, diving kayaking and kite surfing and the Talise spa with treatment rooms on land and over water.

Jumeirah Hotels & Resorts was founded in 1997. In 2004, Jumeirah Group became a member of Dubai Holding, a collection of Dubai-based businesses and projects. Jumeirah Group currently manages 22 luxury hotels in over 10 countries, with plans to add 10 new hotels to its Dubai portfolio in the next few years. 

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