According to DAMAC International, work on the Mandarin Oriental Bolidhuffaru Reef Resort, which is currently being built in the Maldives, is progressing at a rapid rate.
The project's beach reclamation work is nearly finished, and the foundations and structure of the beach home are under construction. The island's infrastructure is also almost finished.
We are thrilled to watch the progress at the Bolidhuffaru Reef Resort, said Mohammed Tahaineh, General Manager of Projects at DAMAC International in response to this. We are convinced that the resort will live up to its objectives of being a unique product in a world-class location by building reputable partnerships with knowledgeable specialists in the sector.
Multiple contracts for a variety of structural, engineering, and consultation services were given to consultancies earlier this year. Contracts were also negotiated for environmental impact assessment services, which operate concurrently with DAMAC's sustainable promises, and consultant services for signage and virtual reality for the project.
Construction of The Mandarin Oriental Resort began in January 2023, and significant progress has already been achieved.
The land is now under construction with infrastructure and homes, demonstrating the dedication to producing a top-notch property. The 34-hectare luxury resort will be situated in South Male Atoll's Bolidhuffaru Reef and is expected to open in 2025.
For discriminating visitors seeking an unmatched experience in this gorgeous island nation, the resort promises to be a sumptuous haven. The resort, which can be reached in 40 minutes by yacht or 25 minutes by speedboat from Male, is slated to raise the bar for luxury hospitality in the area.
The resort will provide a distinguished luxury experience thanks to its architecture, rooms, finishing, and services. The simplicity and sleekness of the architecture, which drew influence from the works of internationally famous architect Mies Van Der Rohe, are ensconced in this wild environment and provide an ocean view from every room and facility. The 120-key resort will accommodate a variety of visitor preferences with 1- to 4-bedroom beach and water villas as well as other types of lodging.
The inside and exterior of this opulent resort will be characterized by excellence, renown, and sophistication. The interiors of the guest rooms, spa, and all other facilities are being developed by reputable design firm HBA London, with exteriors created by award-winning architects Saota and interiors finished by top-tier F&B designers Stickman Tribe.
Culinary experts will be treated to an exceptional dining experience thanks to the property's amazing choice of top-notch F&B specialty restaurants. Seven eating options will be available to guests, including three specialty eateries and a private location with a pool bar.
The resort will house the renowned Mandarin Spa, continuing the heritage of Mandarin Oriental, guaranteeing a haven of rest and renewal for those seeking holistic well-being. The skilled wellness staff at Mandarin Oriental will provide its renowned services in 12 treatment suites, vitality pools, hammams, saunas, steam rooms, and a beauty salon. Kids and teen groups are a welcome addition for families, ensuring that younger visitors enjoy an exciting and memorable stay.
Additionally, visitors will have access to both indoor and outdoor events for a variety of purposes. The resort will have a dive center and a water sports center for thrill-seekers, offering a variety of exciting activities to discover the breathtaking marine life and waterways surrounding the island.
The Learning Academy will additionally offer enlightening activities, demonstrating the resort's dedication to providing a thorough and engaging guest experience.