The Beach House Poised to Open in the Maldives

Scheduled to open in November, The Beach House at Manafaru is a 68-villa resort under development on the islet of Manafaru. Accommodations are comprise of 16 beach villas, 12 beach suites, 38 overwater villas, one Grand Water Pavilion and a Grand Land Pavilion. All accommodations will have a private pool, courtyard and deck. The resort will have three restaurants and an on-site spa with 10 private treatment rooms and separate lounges for women and men. A special introductory rate of $2,135 per person for seven nights is being offered from November 1 through December 19. The rate includes tax and breakfast, but does not include the transfer fee. The Beach House is accessed via a domestic air flight from the Maldivian capital of Male and a speedboat shuttle to the island. The travel agent liaison for the property is Diana Dowling, general manager of sales and marketing. She can be reached at [email protected]. Visit [www.beachhousecollection.com].

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