ResortsThe Hilton Maldives Amingiri will offer 109 villas from end 2021.

Hilton plants a fourth waterside property in Maldives

The 109 all-villa resort will include two specialty age-specific bars, including the teens-only Re-Fuel bar (pictured).
The 109 all-villa resort will include two specialty age-specific bars, including the teens-only Re-Fuel bar (pictured).

Hilton has announced the signing of its fourth resort in the Maldives, the Hilton Maldives Amingiri, slated for an end of 2021 launch.

The 109 all-villa resort will mark the entry of Hilton’s flagship Hilton Hotels & Resorts brand into the Maldives, joining sister properties Waldorf Astoria Maldives Ithaafushi, Conrad Maldives Rangali Island and SAii Lagoon Maldives, Curio Collection by Hilton.

Guy Phillips, senior vice president, development, Asia Australasia, Hilton called The Maldives "one of the world’s most highly sought-after destinations" and said the signing reflects Hilton's confidence in the excellent growth of the market.

Hilton Maldives Amingiri can be reached via a 15-minute speedboat ride from the Maldives’ Velana International Airport. At the resort, a mix of beach and water villas are available, each fitted with a private pool. Larger groups can opt for the six-bedroom villa.

Amenities include a pool, spa, fitness centre and salon. A total of six restaurants and bars stand ready to feed hungry guests, including two specialty age-specific bars.

Re-Fuel is a teens-only zone where junior guests can gain access through a secret speakeasy-style entrance in the Kids’ club. Apart from a rooftop deck, there's also a bar serving a curated menu for the teenage traveller.

EDEN is the adults-only destination bar, specialising in champagne and gin-based drinks in an intimate setting overlooking the Maldivian sunset.

The Hilton Maldives Amingiri is a project with Amingiri Holdings Pvt Ltd, a hospitality focused subsidiary of Maldivian construction and real estate development company Amin Construction Pvt Ltd.

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