Crown and Champa Resorts, Banyan Tree, Emerald Maldives to participate in ITB Asia

Several resort operators in the Maldives are set to showcase their offerings at ITB Asia, the most anticipated travel trade show in Asia.

Leading local resort group Crown and Champa Resorts, Banyan Tree Hotels and Resorts Maldives, and upcoming Emerald Maldives Resort and Spa will participate in ITB Asia 2017, which will be held at the Sands Expo and Convention Centre at Marina Bay Sands in Singapore from October 25-27.

Led by pioneers of tourism in the Maldives, Crown and Champa Resorts owns and operates six resorts across the Maldives, including Hurawalhi Maldives, Kuredu Island Resort and Spa, Komandoo Island Resort and Spa, Meeru Island Resort and Spa, Veligandu Island Resort and Spa, and Vilamendhoo Island Resort and Spa. The group also manages the Champa Central Hotel in capital Male, and is currently developing its seventh resort in the Maldives; Kudadoo Private Island by Hurawalhi.

Hurawalhi Maldives, the latest offering by Crown and Champa Resorts. PHOTO/ HURAWALHI

Singapore-based Banyan Tree Hotels runs three resorts in the Maldives, including its namesake Banyan Tree Vabbinfaru. The remaining two properties are managed under its sister brand Angsana; Angsana Ihuru and Angsana Velavaru.

A beach front pool villa at Banyan Tree Vabbinfaru. PHOTO/ BANYAN TREE

Managed by Rome-headquartered hotel chain Emerald CollectionEmerald Maldives Resort and Spa is set to open in October 2018.

An architectural drawing of a Prestige Beach Villa to be built in Emerald Maldives Resort and Spa. PHOTO/ EMERALD COLLECTION

ITB Asia, part of the parent-event ITB Berlin, offers a three-day show and convention for travel industry experts to meet and discuss one of the most dynamic and rapidly growing markets. The trade show also offers the opportunity to establish global contacts and expand business reach to various markets, including the Asia-Pacific region.

The show is celebrating its milestone of 10 years and has completely sold out, due to a surge in bookings from global markets.

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