HotelsFrom 1 November, guests enjoy complimentary F&B and excursions such as dolphin cruises and sunset fishing.

Mercure Maldives Kooddoo debuts all-inclusive concept

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Excursions include sunset fishing, a dolphin cruise, or guided snorkelling along the house reef.
Excursions include sunset fishing, a dolphin cruise, or guided snorkelling along the house reef. Photo Credit: Mercure

From 1 November 2021, guests staying at the 70-villa Mercure Maldives Kooddoo can expect food, drinks and curated collection of excursions included into their booking under a new all-inclusive concept.

Guests can enjoy unlimited beverages throughout the stay, inclusive of alcoholic drinks. A menu of 40 international wines will be available for the all-day free-flow menu, and buckets of beers will be refilled once per day. Prior to check-in, guests will also be given the option of personalising their minibar to suit their preferences.

Additionally, the resort’s all-day dining restaurant, Alita, will serve complimentary international fare for guests. As part of Mercure’s Discover Local concept, guests can experience authentic Maldivian flavours on Fridays as well as daily afternoon tea.

The longer the stay, the better the benefits. Guests who book a stay from five to seven nights can pick one excursion and one activity to experience during their stay, whereas guests staying for eight days or more are able to choose two. 

Excursion options include sunset fishing, a dolphin cruise, or guided snorkelling along the house reef.



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