Four Seasons Hotels in Maldives Reopen

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As the Maldives prepare to reopen its borders to international travellers on July 15, 2020, Four Seasons new global Lead With Care program and contactless Chat experience offer the ultimate reassurance and care in a new era of travel.

With the health and safety of guests, residents and employees as Four Seasons Resorts Maldives top priority, Lead With Care – enhanced health and safety protocols led by global experts – sees Resort-wide changes from additional employee training to enhanced cleaning with black light inspections; social distancing measures in shared spaces to contact-free engagement through Four Seasons App and Four Seasons Chat, an award-winning experience available in more than 100 languages that extends the company’s personalised 24/7 service without the need for face-to-face interaction.

All visitors entering the Maldives from July 15 will be issued a free 30-day tourist visa on arrival following completion of a Health Declaration card and thermal screening. Visitors will not be required to submit any medical test result or enter quarantine unless their screening indicates symptoms of COVID-19. Since June 1, 2020, private jet travellers have been permitted entry to the country and similar provisions remain in place for visitors arriving via this route.

During the border closures, Four Seasons Resort Maldives at Landaa Giraavaru remained open as a virus-free home for visitors to the Maldives who were unable to travel home, while Four Seasons Resort Maldives at Kuda Huraa – although closed to new arrivals – remained a virus-free bubble.

Four Seasons Explorer – the “floating resort” that cruises between Kuda Huraa and Landaa Giraavaru – is available for private charters only at present. With its own Five-Star PADI Centre, sleek stylish interiors and on-board spa, the 128 foot (39 metre), three-deck catamaran is the Maldives’ fastest and most luxurious liveaboard, a timely choice for groups of up to 22 seeking a private yacht experience in the wilderness.

Book by September 30, 2020 to enjoy stays valid until December 16, 2020. The offer includes:

15 percent off published rates with a minimum stay of 4 nights
Daily breakfast for two
A romantic dinner for two in the embrace of nature, respecting space, serenity and safety
A Call of the Earth couple’s spa experience (60 minutes) delivered with enhanced care and trust
Manta-on-Call, snorkelling safari or dolphin cruise for two
An added bonus of 20 percent off a second room for families with children
Free cancellation up to 72 hours before travel

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