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Dusit Thani Maldives unveils upgraded Ocean Villas

Spacious bathroom overlooking the Indian Ocean
Dusit Thani Maldives has announced the re-launch of its Ocean Villas, subsequent to the completion of major upgrades worth over 1.5 Million USD. 
The exciting aesthetic transformation of the Ocean Villas “provides an unparalleled ocean, reef and lagoon experience,” comments Thanos Lionsatos, Director of Sales & Marketing, Dusit Thani Maldives. “The holistic sojourn of our guests starts the very moment they are escorted to their Ocean Villa through a newly revamped over-water wooden causeway. Once inside the Villas, guests can sense the perfect play of luxury with subtle Thai touches whilst enjoying unobstructed views of ocean’s horizon.”


This luxuriously appointed villa category provides 180 square meters of living space and features Balau timber decking in the outdoor space adjacent to the expansive bedroom. The Villas boast an innovative range of Kohler shower heads in the attached open-air wooden deck along with DEDON’s limited-edition Orbit day beds, designed by Richard Frinier.

The revitalized look of the Villas is also reflected in their façades: new Kajan thatched roofs reflect traditional Maldivian heritage, giving a distinct character to the Ocean Villa’s design.

The Villas encompass a spacious bedroom replete with modern facilities. From the outdoor wooden deck, a staircase allows direct access down into the rich coral reef. Guests can indulge in a decadent bubble bath, recline on a day bed or blissfully wade in the pool overhanging the crystal waters in complete seclusion overlooking the Indian Ocean.

To make the most of this exciting design update, Dusit Thani Maldives is pleased to launch the introductory offer Ocean Escapades, including privileges such as daily international buffet breakfast and free flow of Moët & Chandon champagne at sunset in the Sala Bar.

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