Robinson Club’s second Maldives resort to open in November

Robinson Club’s second resort in Maldives, the Robinson Club Noonu will open in November.

The German resort operator’s Managing Director Bernd Mase made the announcement in an interview with TTG Media on Wednesday.

Earlier set to open late last year, Robinson Club Noonu is located on the island of Orivaru in the northern Noonu atoll. The resort will consist of 60 water villas, 50 beach villas and 40 duplex villas. It will be one of the three ROBINSON FeelGood® clubs, which is a place special for singles and couples looking for a perfect blend of relaxation and partying in a stylish ambiance with stunning landscapes.

Orivaru island, where Robinson Club Noonu resort is being developed.

Robinson, owned by Tui Group which is the world’s largest leisure, travel and tourism company, already manages the Robinson Club Maldives resort at Fanumadua island in the southern Gaafu Alif Atoll.

Robinson’s portfolio currently contains 23 club resorts in 11 countries with a capacity of 13,000 beds. The company has recently announced a major expansion plan, aiming to increase the number of its properties to 40.

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