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Mookai Suites Male’ Celebrates 12th Anniversary

Male' Hotel Mookai Suites
The Mookai Suites in Capital Male’, Maldives celebrated its 12th anniversary on 11 September 2020.

The Mookai Suites in Capital Male’, Maldives celebrated its 12th anniversary on 11 September 2020. Opened in 2008, the Mookai is a ground-breaking hotel in the capital of Maldives within close proximity to the main jetty and other landmarks. The hotel offers some of the largest hotel rooms in Male’.

In recent months, reflecting the challenging business environment caused by the pandemic, Mookai Suites has moved towards providing long-lease hotel rooms. In addition to that, the hotel offers quality office space for companies and individuals who require a presence in Male’ as well.

Mookai Suites provides Male’ with important business services such as top class conference facilities, and we now provide office space in a well located part of town. Even though 2020 has been a difficult year because of the pandemic, I am proud that the hotel and our staff are able to celebrate this anniversary.

Commenting on the anniversary, Ibrahim Ali, General Manager at Mookai suites said.

Owned by Kaimoo, a wholly Maldivian-owned tourism company, Mookai Suites is the third Kaimoo property in the capital city, alongside the Mookai Hotel and the Kam Hotel. The hotel has three categories of guest rooms — Penthouse Apartments, Suites, and Superior Rooms. The hotel also boasts four modern, multi-purpose meeting and conference rooms.

The meeting rooms can accommodate up to 15 people. Meanwhile, the conference rooms can house 35 people in theatre style. The ground floor restaurant, K Café offers a range of international cuisine and specializes in Sri Lankan food. Likewise, the Restaurant caters to inhouse guests and walk-in customers as well.

Kaimoo Resorts & Hotels operates three resorts in the Maldives as well. The resorts include Embudu Village, Summer Island Maldives, and Equator Village. Kaimoo’s first resort in the Maldives, Embudu Village opened in 1979 is one of the longest-running holiday resorts in the Maldives.

Feature image by Mookai Suites
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