Male’, Maldives, 17th August 2022 – A contemporary tropical paradise nestled over a 1000-year-old coral atoll in the sunny side of the world, Taj Coral Reef Resort & Spa Maldives has been nominated for three awards for the World luxury Hotel Awards 2022. This year, the prestigious resort has been nominated for three different categories: Luxury All-Inclusive Villa, Luxury All-Inclusive Hotel, and Luxury All-Inclusive Resort.

World Luxury Hotel Awards was established in 2006 and recognizes the best in the tourism industry worldwide. Winners are selected through voting from guests, travelers and industry figures over a four-week period. It is a pinnacle of achievement in the luxury hotel industry, with over 300,000 international travelers voting each year.

Photo credits | Taj Coral Reef Resort & Spa

A 45-minute ride by a speed boat from Velana International Airport, this stunning resort offers environmentally-responsible, all-inclusive vacations with its 62-luxurious thatched-roof villas designed atop the house reef. With its extensive list of experiences, the resort invites guests to live out their island fantasies with an authentic Maldivian touch. 

With its natural beauty and setting over the coral reef, the resort is a popular spot for divers seeking the thrill of discovering the deep blue and the many wonders it holds. Be it diving or snorkeling with instructors from the world-class 5-star Blue in Dive Centre, or exploring the 30-year-old shipwreck below, going on dolphin cruises, or fishing expeditions, there’s always something exciting to do. 

Photo credits | World Luxury Hotel Awards

Yet, this is not all there is to Taj Coral Reef. The resort is home to Jiva Spa which offers indulgent beauty and wellbeing therapies, inspired by its neighbouring country India, with services including the Prishta Mardana service as well as the use of herbs and essential oils for massages. Furthermore, the resort champions the award-winning environmental protection and conservation program. This program allows guests to contribute to protecting the resort’s fragile ecosystem as ‘Custodians of the Reef’.

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