News about Cora Cora Maldives, a five-star luxury resort set to October 1 2021, has us hankering to green light a Maldivian holiday experience ‘unlike anything the Maldives has ever seen…’
Located on the pristine Raa Atoll, this spectacular new resort comprises 100 modern villas, overlooking the sparkling waters of the Indian Ocean. Is this the ultimate idyllic, island escape you’ve been waiting for?
45 minutes by seaplane from Velana International Airport or 30 minutes by domestic flight, followed by a 30-minute speedboat journey, the resort embraces contemporary architecture with vibrant interiors inspired by the colours synonymous with the Maldives.
There’s a choice of five restaurants offering an enviable culinary experience. Sufra boasts a unique breakfast display and an a la carte and buffet, while Ginger Moon is an Asian restaurant, and Teien is a Japanese restaurant offering Teppanyaki, Sushi and Kushiyaki.
At the Italian Restaurant & Beach Club, there’s the Acquapazza serving meals and drinks throughout the day. Finally there’s My Coffee, a 24-hour purveyor of craft coffees, local snacks, ice creams and drinks.
This spectacular new resort comprises 100 modern villas, overlooking the sparkling waters of the Indian Ocean…
We’re assured that Cora Cora Maldives will also serve an array of healthy options, created from the island’s produce, including homemade vegan ice cream, fresh salads and delicious plant-based dishes.
With the PADI certified diving school, guests can explore Raa Atoll’s array of marine life.
Cora Cora Maldives will also be the first resort in the Maldives with a licensed art gallery and museum, showcasing the cultural heritage of the island. There will be over 400 local artefacts in the collection, so guests can explore the rich history of the Maldives in breath-taking natural surroundings.
The hotel will also host guest artists from around the world, curating exclusive exhibitions.
To book your stay at Cora Cora Maldives, when travel restrictions allow, click here.
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