JA Resorts & Hotels opens JA Manafaru in Maldives

JA Resorts & Hotels opens JA Manafaru in Maldives

JA Resorts & Hotels, UAE-based hospitality group is thrilled to announce big changes at their spectacular island resort in the Maldives.

JA Manafaru, will shortly complete the re-branding and soft refurbishments of their luxury resort with improvements also being made to enhance the guest experience and comfort.

With over 33 years’ experience in managing and operating resorts and hotels, JA Resorts & Hotels is racing full steam ahead with a keen eye on international expansion.

JA Manafaru marks the second international property of the group in the Indian Ocean after their ten luxury villa island property, Enchanted Island Resort in the Seychelles.

David Thomson, chief operating officer of JA Resorts & Hotels said “We are excited to launch JA Manafaru after a refurbishment of interiors and renewal of experiences.

“We are in the process of ensuring our brand DNA echoes throughout the island resort and making sure guests feel the same warmth and welcome whether it’s Dubai or the Maldives.”

JA Manafaru located in the Northern Haa Alifu Atoll of the Maldives, will present couples and families a high-end holiday offering all year round. Located 75-minutes by seaplane from Male International Airport, the property boasts 84 keys consisting of beach villas and water villas with their own private pool.

With over seven food and beverage outlets, a spa and beauty complex, water sports, PADI dive centre and extensive children’s entertainment area, guests can enjoy several leisure facilities.

The restaurants, villas, suites and guest areas are being refurbished with a new colour palette reflecting the beauty of the natural surroundings.

Every element is being considered in creating a serene and relaxing ambience for guests using warm earthy tones and cool blue shades of the ocean.

Renovations have been completed in the public areas and the interiors of the rooms and soft furnishing will be ready by the end of October.

The restaurants will have new concepts and menus led by well-known Australian Head Chef, Richard Cross.

The resort has also introduced a dedicated seaplane that will depart twice a day from Male airport to reduce guests’ travel time.

The journey to the island is mesmerising as the seaplane coasts above the archipelagos so guests can soak up the scenery.