The Outrigger Konotta Maldives Resort has introduced all-inclusive rates for UK wholesale travel agents. The UK is the first market in which the property has offered all-inclusive rates. The rates are effective immediately for stays up to 31 March 2018.
The 53 pool villas offer the largest average villa sizes in the Maldives.
The all-inclusive lead-in rates with (for example) tour operator Gold Medal for a seven-night stay based on two people start from £2689 per person for the 211m2 Beach Pool Villa and £3365 per person for an Overwater Villa with private pool. Prices include domestic transfers but exclude international flights.
“We believe our all-inclusive plan now positions the Outrigger Konotta Maldives Resort as a great value holiday option in paradise that will give guests peace of mind so they can relax to the max,” says the property’s General Manager, John Allanson.
The all-inclusive option at the Outrigger Konotta Maldives Resort includes three meals a day, a selection of different brands of alcohol in all restaurants and bars, a dine-around option and in-villa dining. In the villas the mini bar with beer and soft drinks is replenished daily. As part of all-inclusive, there’s a bottle of sparkling wine on arrival and two laundry services during the stay.
On the activities side, the all-inclusive deal includes a daily sunrise and sunset yoga class with instructor, access to well-equipped gym, use of non-motorized water sports (such as kayak, paddle boarding, pedal boat and snorkelling), a 60-minute massage per person per stay, and unlimited use of steam room and hydro pool at the Navasana Spa.
For families, the all-inclusive deal includes access to the Coral Kids Club (ages 4-12) with a wide selection of activities. Parents can take advantage of up to two hours complimentary baby-sitting service for kids up to three years old.
The all-inclusive rates include 12% GST and 10% service charge. Guests enjoy a 20% discount rate on contracted transfer rates.
“Our new all-inclusive offering for UK travel agents opens new opportunities for us and our guests,” says Allanson. “After UK, other markets will likely follow.”
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