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One of the First Guests to Lily Beach Resort & Spa Since Reopening Shares his Experience

Makanaa Private Dinner at Lily Beach Resort & Spa
One of the first guests to visit Lily Beach Resort & Spa since the border reopening has revealed why it was his third time visiting the resort.

One of the first guests to visit Lily Beach Resort & Spa since the border reopening has revealed why it was his third time visiting the resort. The first time the Hungarian Traveler booked directly with the resort this time. However, that does not seem to stop him from paying the fourth visit!

You will likely be safer there than you are at home. They do free PCR testing on site for guests in case you need one, so no reason to not visit.

The traveler said in reference to the PCR tests provided by Lily Beach Resort & Spa

The resort offers every guest FREE PCR test for 2 adults and 1 child per booking. However, Additional guests would have to pay USD 200 for the test.

You’ll love the top-quality food and the top-shelf drinks all included in their package: Prosecco, Champagne, Black Johnny Walker, Russian standard, 70-80 different wines – you name it. You’ll enjoy the excursion and the fact that you don’t even need to bring snorkel gear (just ask for it at water sports when you get there, and before you fly home just drop it off).

The guest visiting Lily Beach Resort & Spa for the third time said.

About Lily Beach Resort & Spa

Located on a private island of Huvahendhoo in South Ari Atoll, Lily Beach Resort and Spa is recognized as the leading 5-star All-Inclusive resort in the Maldives and Asia. The resort features its own unique and elevated concept of “Affordable Luxury”. The resort continues to reinvent culinary offerings to stay abreast of trends in dining experiences, beverages, and presentations.

At the resort’s Tamara Spa’s over-water spa pavilions you can enjoy holistic rejuvenating therapies. Recreation facilities available at the resort include a fitness center and tennis courts. Additionally, the resort also provides snorkeling equipment and houses its own reef coral garden. The resort’s convenient location allows easy access to more than 50 dive sites. Lily Beach Resort is accessible by a 25-minute seaplane journey from the main Velana International Airport.

Feature image by Lily Beach Resort & Spa

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About Canareef Resort Maldives

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