Jumeirah Vittaveli South Male atoll

Our Opinion
A very high quality resort a short boat ride from Male airport (but far enough to avoid noise and boat traffic), with some excellent snorkelling spots.

Very spacious and extremely well-appointed rooms, refined dining, and Jumeirah service quality. The massive Ocean Suites, reachable only by boat, are breath-taking.

With extensive facilities and one of the best kids' clubs in the Maldives, Vittaveli is highly suited to families.
One of only 200 populated islands in the Maldives, Jumeirah Vittaveli is a resort in South Male Atoll that combines accessibility with luxury and privacy, a short 20-minute speedboat ride from the international airport at Male. Whether you are seeking a romantic getaway or an exotic family holiday destination the combination of natural beaty, hospitality and five-star amenities will make your stay unforgettable. Lie on white sand beaches, re-energise in the signature spa, feast on decadent dishes or simply relax in the intimate space of a lush Maldivian hideaway.

Dining & Restuarants/Bars
BAR-EE serves beverages and light snacks from its 360-degrees bar - enjoy a cocktail while watching the sun set. Fenesse is an overwater restaurant specialising in Mediterranean cuisine. Swarna is an Indian fine dining restaurant, comprising three open-air dining cabanas dotted throughout a Maharaja style garden venue. MU is the signature beachside grill restaurant. Samsara offers an enticing mix of Maldivian and traditional international dishes, served in a contemporary style.

*State-of-the-art overwater gymnasium
*Kid's Club and Teen Lounge
*Watersports (including deep sea fishing, kayaking and kite-surfing)
*Talise Spa

Jumeirah Vittaveli resort is a passionate advocate of climate awareness - it works tirelessly to support the community and protect the delicate ecosystem that surrounds the island. The reefs and beaches around the resort are cleaned and the resort has invested in the use of an aerobic sewage plant which ensures no waste is returned to the ocean waters, helping them to remain pure.

Summer Restaurant Closure Dates: Swarna, the Indian fine dining restaurant, will be closed from 1-30 June 2016 for annual maintenance. Executive Sous Chef Francis Cornelious will serve a condensed Thali dinner at Samsara during this time. Fenesse, the French fine dining Restaurant, will be closed from 15-31 July 2016. During this time essential maintenance work will be carried out and the private guest dining terraces will be refurbished. The Chef de Cuisine of Fenesse, William Talbot, will offer a selection of modern innovative French dishes served at Samsara for dinner during these two weeks.

Dining Options
House Reef
Kids Club
Overwater Villas
Speedboat Transfer

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