The private island sanctuary of Vakkaru Maldives has been crowned three prestigious titles at the 28th World Travel Awards 2021.
For the second year in a row, Vakkaru Maldives is the Indian Ocean’s Leading Resort! Since the resort opened its doors to guests in 2017, the impeccable guest service paired with the luxurious and unparalleled experiences set against the phenomenal Indian Ocean backdrop has won many hearts over time and again. All Vakkaru team members commit to making a sincere and creative effort to surpass guest expectations.
Industry experts and guests also voted again for the sprawling signature four-bedroom Vakkaru Over Water Residence as the Maldives Leading Hotel Suite and the Indian Ocean’s Leading Hotel Suite. The luxurious Vakkaru Over Water Residence is well suited to families or a group of friends looking to enjoy the ultimate holiday in complete privacy. Drawing on the rich traditions of Maldivian style, it is one of the largest overwater residences in the country. And located at the end of the water villa jetty, it guarantees unobstructed views of the ocean’s Fifty Shades of Blue and the spectacular sunsets.
These stamps of true honour and industry excellence reinforce the resort’s position as one of the most exciting resorts in the Maldives and the Indian Ocean! Rewarded and celebrated for excellence, the World Travel Awards acknowledges excellence across all industry sectors, backed by the vote of professionals and everyday travelllers.
With its enviable location in Baa Atoll, named a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in 2011, the resort offers a myriad of worlds both above and beneath the waves that will simply take your breath away.
Speaking about the resort’s latest accolades, Iain McCormack, General Manager, Vakkaru Maldives, stated that “There is no greater reward for us than knowing that we were able to exceed guest expectations. These important wins will encourage us to continue working with even more enthusiasm to offer our guests extraordinary and memorable experiences at our timeless sanctuary.”