Experience Kuredu for 25% Less This May, June, July & August
From year-round warm temperatures and astounding coral reefs to whiter-than-white beaches and the fact that in reality the Maldives is even more stunning than what you have seen in movies, reasons to spend a holiday at one of the world’s most popular destinations are aplenty.
If the Maldives has been on your bucket list for a long time, but have always thought that you ever travelling to such a destination is merely wishful thinking, Kuredu Island Resort & Spa is pleased to announce that for a limited time you can experience this tropical island in the middle of the Indian Ocean – and one of the Maldives’ most popular resorts – for significantly less.
To make your once-in-a-lifetime holiday more affordable, don’t go past the following special offer:
25% DISCOUNT ON ALL VILLAS
Room Category: Garden Bungalow, Beach Bungalow, Beach Villa, Jacuzzi Beach Villa, Sangu Water Villa, Sulthan Pool Villa
Minimum Stay: Nil
Booking Date From: Wednesday, April 26, 2017
Booking Date To: Wednesday, September 06, 2017 (thru and including)
Travelling Date From: Wednesday, April 26, 2017
Travelling Date To: Thursday, September 07, 2017 (thru and including)
Rate Plan: Full Board, All Inclusive Plus & All-Inclusive Gold – 25% Discounted
1. Choose the above rate plan while proceeding with the booking.
2. The above offer is available for direct bookings only.
3. Prices are based on double occupancy and exclude all relevant fees and taxes.
Please use the live chat feature on our website to receive more information, or get in touch with our Reservations Team.
Kuredu is the Maldives’ second largest resort and offers a wide variety of activities and special events for guests of any age. Be it your honeymoon, family beach break during summer school holidays, or you simply need an escape in the next couple months, paradise is within reach with the above offer. Not to be missed: staying at Kuredu gives you a unique opportunity to dine at the world’s largest all-glass undersea restaurant at the neighbouring Hurawalhi Maldives.