Following an 18-month closure and multi-million pound renovation, Kanuhura Maldives will reopen on 1 December 2016.
Looking out over the Indian Ocean, the private island resort will channel a bohemian and Gypset spirit and offer guests a laid-back and exclusive island sanctuary.
All villas and suites will feature sea views, with either direct access to their own private beach area, or a wooden staircase leading into the lagoon. The interiors will feature colourful soft furnishings, complimented by soft lighting, timber flooring and delicate scents.
Dining facilities are set to include A Mano, an all-day dining restaurant serving a variety of cuisines with a market food stall aesthetic, Fogo, which will feature a Brazilian themed menu, and Dhoni, a sunset seafood meal-cruise aboard a traditional Maldivian Dhoni vessel.
The resort’s Kokaa Spa and Wellness Retreat will incorporate elegant, nature-inspired décor, delicate scents, soft fabrics and pure ingredients, and will feature six single and three couples treatment rooms, an outdoor beachside spa pavilion, beauty salon, sauna, steam room and cold plunge pool, as well as a fully equipped gym, aerobics and hatha yoga studio. Products used will be locally sourced using natural marine elements from the Indian Ocean.
Guests at Kanuhura will also have exclusive access to Jehunuhura private island, which will offer a beach and a small manicured jungle landscape.