Heritance Aarah Maldives, the latest luxury resort by the Sri Lankan hospitality group, Aitken Spence Hotels has re-opened to GCC travellers this month. With the ease of travel restrictions and increasing number of flights from the GCC, Maldives has now become one of the top destinations for a relaxing break where guests can unwind in absolute privacy. Heritance Aarah Maldives is located on the beautiful private island of Raa Atoli just 45-minutes by seaplane from the International Airport in Malé. This exclusive 5-star resort offers the perfect blend of Maldivian culture combined with modern comfort while being surrounded by the island’s pristine white sand.

The resort features 26 Intimate Luxury Duplex Ocean Suites, 56 Ocean Villas and 68 Land Villas, ranging from Beach Villas to Pool Beach Villas as well as Family Beach Villas and Family Pool Beach Villas. Heritance Aarah Maldives is known for its all-inclusive premium packages which includes a stay in one of the suites or villas, full board with a choice of five restaurants, spa treatment, island excursions and premium beverages. The island boasts one of the largest collection of beverages in the Maldives and offers a stocked up mini bar based on guest preferences on arrival on the island.

Travellers looking for a relaxed and calm vacation can pamper themselves at the Medi Spa, the first of its kind in the Maldives to offer holistic treatments to rejuvenate, soothe and uplift the mind and senses. Medi Spa offers treatments focused on wellness, weight loss and beauty in their stunning overwater therapy rooms.

Heritance Aarah also boasts an extraordinary culinary experience with venues that are unrivalled throughout the Maldives including six restaurants, five bars and an Infinity Pool. The destination also offers an extended array of motorized and non-motorized water activities, cultural excursions and adventures as well as experiential indoor and outdoor activities for children, hence ensuring an unforgettable holiday for the entire family.

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