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Looking For World Class Hotels In The Maldives?

Travelers Today       By    FG Dullin

Updated: Jan 26, 2017 02:43 AM EST

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Maldives Islands See New Wave Of Chinese Tourists
MALE, MALDIVES - FEBRUARY 02: Waters villas along the beach on February 2nd 2016 at Adaaran Select Hudhuranfushi, Maldives. Most Chinese visiting the Maldives spend two nights in the water villas followed by two nights in the beach villas. China's top diplomats estimates around half a million Chinese tourists this year as the Maldives aim to lure 1.5 million Chinese annually by 2018. The tropical islands remain as one of the most popular holiday destination for Chinese travellers after Thailand's Phuket and South Korea's Jeju island. The number of Chinese tourists continue to climb over the past few years with an increasing number of guest houses popping up on the islands and high end resorts attract holiday seekers with short luxury package deals.
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When it comes to traveling in foreign countries, the challenge always lies in successfully finding excellent accommodations. Fortunately, visitors do not often experience this difficulty (in terms of the options) if they travel in the Maldives. Some of the best hotels and beach resorts in the Maldives entail an average cost as much as $400 per night.

Should one spend that amount of money, it is, therefore, crucial to select the best accommodations there is. These are the top 5 hotels in the Maldives worth noting:

Soneva Fushi Resort

Anyone who wishes to travel in the Maldives should try booking a hotel in Soneva Fushi Resort. The online news site Telegraph UK rated this luxury hotel 10/10. This hotel sports a chic and cozy eco-friendly interior. From the capital city of Male, one can take a 30-minute seaplane travel to Soneva Fushi Resort.

Velaa Private Island

As one of the top 5 hotels in the Maldives, Velaa Private Island is a resort replete with first class leisure facilities - which includes a gym and a spa. This hotel borrows themes from Borneo's artistic tradition. It takes a total of 45 minutes of seaplane travel to get here from Male.  

Mirihi Island Resort

Mirihi Island Resort ranked 4th in the overall list of top 10 hotels published by Trip Advisor. Unlike many beach resorts in Maldives, this luxury accommodation is proud to uphold the value of simplicity. There is a much stronger emphasis on the environmental allure. The island comprises a total of 37 villas.

Six Senses Laamu

One of the striking features of the Six Senses Laamu is its collection of stilted 'ocean villas'. These temporary shelters seemingly stretch at the treacherous shallows of the Indian Ocean. Anyone who can afford several nights in this resort can enjoy the services of a butler - such is a royal treatment plying to anyone's sense of tempered decadence.

JA Manafaru

Perhaps the most notable feature about JA Manafaru is that this luxury hotel is a proverbial doorway to the neighboring hidden ecological treasures. Its proximity to several islands teeming with endemic flora and fauna is a winning commercial draw. Curiously, this resort is also a magnet for famous celebrities fleeing the toxic public eye.  

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