Kuredu Island Resort Maldives has introduced Hygiene Guidelines to offer guests with a safer holiday experience. The Crown & Champa Resorts property currently remains closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, Kuredu is set to open its doors to holidaymakers on 1st October 2020.
The initiative aims to enhance resort cleaning standards and procedures, hygiene and safety practices. Likewise, it safeguards guest and employee interactions and workplace guidelines are improved whilst ensuring transparency throughout the guests’ experience journey.
The safety of our guests and employees has always been the core of our business. As we prepare to welcome all of you, we want to ensure that Kuredu will be a safe haven for everyone. As we all move forward and live in the ‘new normal’, Kuredu Maldives Resort in association with Crown & Champa Resorts, is introducing Hygiene Guidelines for a Safe Holiday Experience in Paradise.A statement issued by the resort
Kuredu Island Resort assures the initiative will reinforce the trust and confidence of guests and employees to the resort, in accordance to the international and local hygiene and sanitization standards. The resort believes these guidelines will transform resorts and hotel industry standards and practices in the Maldives.
One of the most popular and top-rated resorts in the Maldives, Kuredu Island Resort is situated in the Lhaviyani Atoll. Accessible by a 40-minute seaplane journey from the main Velana International Airport the resort boasts a whopping 387 rooms. Ranging from 12 different room categories the Kuredu offers something to suit every guests’ preferences. A variety of watersports activities can be enjoyed at the resort including scuba diving, snorkeling, catamaran boat fishing, and windsurfing. Kuredu also features a Golf Course on the island alongside a Diving School and a Kite Surfing School.