LUX* South Ari Atoll partners with Emirates for exclusive discounts on airfare, room rates
LUX* South Ari Atoll has partnered with Emirates Airlines to offer special discounts on airfare and room rates for travellers from the Middle East.
For bookings made between the June 1 and August 31, Emirates is offering a 40 percent discount on the booking of the second airline ticket in Business Class. To complement this offer, LUX* South Ari Atoll is offering a 40 percent discount on reservations made during the same period departing from Dubai.
To be eligible for the offer, travellers will have to book through Emirates Holidays.
“Whether seeking a peaceful hideaway or active adventure, the picture-perfect island of Dhidhoofinolhu is home to the newly reinvented LUX* South Ari Atoll, a luxury resort where your fantasy of a laid-back, desert island paradise is about to come true. Combine your stay by travelling with Emirates Airline, in business class for the holiday of a lifetime,” an announcement by the Mauritius-based LUX* Hotels and Resorts read.
Fresh from its relaunch late last year, cutting-edge designer villas and world-class dining can be found only a 30-minute seaplane flight away from the main Velana International Airport, making LUX* South Ari Atoll one of the most exciting resort in the Maldives. Excellent eating and drinking is always a cut above the rest at LUX* and at South Ari Atoll, there is authentic South East Asian street food in the Maldives’ only over-the-water gourmet night market and world-class Chinese cuisine at East, along with the Japanese restaurant, Umami, which offers live teppanyaki and dazzling selection of sakés.
Emirates began its service to the Maldives in May 1987 using a single Boeing 727 aircraft. It now operates four times daily service to the Maldives from Dubai with transit routes including neighbouring Sri Lanka, and uses a Boeing 777-300 for its Male operations.
Emirates has become a major airline operating to the Maldives and has been serving for years as a preferred airline of tourists visiting the islands from far corners of the world, especially Europe.