Find your tropical island paradise at the lagoon-facing Holiday Inn Resort Kandooma Maldives. Speedboats ferry you across the turquoise waters from Mal? International Airport to our contemporary resort hotel in just 40 minutes. Slip into island life from the moment you arrive at Holiday Inn Resort Kandooma Maldives, with world-class South Mal? Atoll diving and surfing on your doorstep. Our beach villas ooze style and boast luxury touches like outdoor showers and iPod docking stations. Grab a coffee and wood-fired pizza from the Bokkuraa Coffee Club beside our sparkling infinity pool , or unwind with a good book and views over the peaceful lagoon. You can indulge in a soothing Thai massage and beauty treatments in our Kandooma Spa , and book the Spa Suite''s private garden with plunge pool for a romantic afternoon. Learn to sail on a catamaran trip around the region''s sandbanks and take it easy with alcohol-free cocktails on a sunset cruise. It''s just 5 minutes by boat from Holiday Inn Resort Kandooma Maldives for diving and snorkelling among colourful tropical fish on the reef. Face-painting and fun games keep the children entertained in our Kids'' Club , while parents unwind with a game of tennis or a workout in Holiday Inn Resort Kandooma Maldives '' gym. Top off a perfect day with a Maldivian seafood feast and breathtaking sunsets on the deck at The Kitchen restaurant.
The Maldives is an island country in the Indian Ocean near the equator, south of India and Sri Lanka. It is the smallest country in Asia. It is made up of more than 1,200 small coral islands that are spread across the Indian Ocean from north to south. There are more than 200 inhabited islands, and currently more than 100 islands have developed resort hotels, making it one of the most popular destinations for tourism and vacationing.
The Maldives is located near the equator and experiences warm temperatures throughout the whole year. It is a tropical ocean monsoon climate with an average annual temperature of 30°C. The rainy season is May to October each year, and the dry season is from November to April. During the dry season, the Maldives is sunny and there’s plenty to do in the sea. The probability of encountering rainy days during the rainy season is relatively high, and due to stormy waves, travel plans could be interrupted. Maldives is popular with tourists all year round, but relatively speaking, the peak season for tourism is concentrated during the dry season from November to April. Hotels in the Maldives often raise their prices during this time. The off-season of the Maldives is concentrated during the rainy season; from mid-May to mid-July and from mid-September to early December. The weather is hot and there may be thunderstorms and heavy rains. The overall price of the off-season will be relatively low, and this time is also a good choice.
Malé Island, where the capital of the country is located, is home to a relatively small amount of hotels. The prices here are quite expensive, but compared to the Maldives’ island resorts, accommodation in Malé is still a lot cheaper. Hotels in Malé are generally built along the coast in the form of bungalows, and the blue sea and white sand beach are naturally not far from the rooms.