Floating Above The City At Holiday Inn Malé

Sunday, 13 December 2009 10:08



The new Holiday Inn Malé’s rooftop infinity pool blends almost seamlessly with the Indian Ocean beyond the 15-storey hotel, the highest building in the Maldives capital and its first international-class hotel. By day, relax on plush day beds with a refreshing blended beverage under the warm Maldivian sun and savor the enchanting view of the Indian Ocean and beyond while almost floating above the buzzing city below.

By night, enjoy a meal under the stars at Holiday Inn Malé's Azur restaurant and lounge, while background music from the best regional DJs perform on the terrace.

The 117-room hotel provides guests of the rooftop restaurant and bar with a stunning birds-eye view of the city, the harbor and surrounding islands.

Just a short, five-minute speedboat ride from the international airport, the hotel offers world-class meeting and conference facilities, food and beverage outlets, extensive recreation facilities and leading edge communication services. And, located near the harbor front, shops, markets and various places of historical interest like the Old Friday Mosque, Sultan Park and The Presidential Palace are within a short walking distance.

All rooms feature either king-sized or twin beds, and come complimentary with broadband Internet, LCD TVs, minibar, complimentary tea/coffee making facilities and in-room safes. As for dining and entertainment, there is a lobby café, an all day dining restaurant, Azur rooftop restaurant and lounge, next to the infinity pool, offering Japanese-French fusion cuisine and 24-hour in-room dining.

Other special features of the Holiday Inn Malé include a stylish, contemporary ballroom and meeting rooms which can be tailored to suit every special event; the beautifully appointed Coconut Spa, the first branded spa in Malé offering an exclusive range of products; and a state-of-the-art fitness centre.

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