The Chedi Kudavillingili will have the longest pool in the Maldives

Later this year The Chedi will open its first property in pretty and pristine Maldives, with The Chedi Kudavillingili. The resort will be situated on a kilometer-wide coral island called Kudavillingili and plans to have 99 villas which include 36 overwater villas.

The Chedi’s management company GHM has collaborated with a global team of experts and designers to shape what is expected to be another unique offering by the company. The new property will have an amalgamation of Maldivian architecture, Singaporean interiors, and lighting from the US.

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The center of attraction could easily be its 150-meter central pool. That is for those who want to stay away from the sea (but who would!). Reaching the resort will not be such a hassle, as it just a 25-minute jet ride from the Male International Airport.

Other than the overwater villas, The Chedi will also launch a spa with eight overwater treatment villas. Both dining and experiences will be given priority here with plans like sunrise cruises, surfing, fishing expeditions, a bar, live cooking stations and all-day dining restaurant on offer.

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The property celebrates nearly three decades of GHM’s hospitality pride, with several more in the pipeline including The Chedi Mumbai, The Chedi Khorfakkan, The Chedi Zhudong and more.

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