Tripadvisor published a resort guide to 5-star resorts in Maldives, under the concept “Escape to Maldives: Calm Awaits”, as part of their campaign with Visit Maldives.
As per Visit Maldives, the campaign targeted at United States, Europe and Asia Pacific Region, commenced in January and will continue all the way until September this year.
The travel guide includes a variety of Maldivian 5-star luxury resorts and hotels with a range of rooms from overwater villas to underwater rooms. Users can “Save” listings to start planning their Maldivian getaway.
Hard Rock Hotel Maldives, SAii Lagoon Maldives Curio Collection by Hilton, The Westin Maldives Miriandhoo Resort, Kandolhu Maldives, Grand Park Kodhipparu Maldives, JW Marriott Maldives Resort & Spa, Radisson Blu Resort Maldives, Sheraton Maldives Full Moon Resort & Spa and Lily Beach Resort & Spa were among the resorts listed.
A “Travel Safe” tool is included on the website, which travellers can utilize to find, filter and validate health and safety information.
Tripadvisor also published two articles titled ” A Secluded Getaway Where Calm Awaits” and “Kick back to scenic sunsets and insta-worthy views at these beachfront resorts”.
The first article gives talked about naturally distanced islands, private jungle reserves and secluded resorts among the top reasons why Maldives is the perfect island vacation destination.
Additionally, a wide selection of indulgent resorts is promoted in this article right along with, sandbank picnics, intimate encounters with wildlife and nature, ways to support the local community and a highlight on cuisines in Maldives.
Meanwhile the second article, “Kick back to scenic sunsets and insta-worthy views at these beachfront resorts” deep dives into resorts with the most Instagram worthy views of the Indian Ocean and sunsets of Maldives.
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