Sun Siyam Resorts announces special offers for September
Local resort operator Sun Siyam Resorts has announced special summer offers for September.
The offers are valid for bookings made till September for stays until the end of the month.
For its flagship The Sun Siyam Iru Fushi Maldives resort, the offer gives complimentary upgrade to the next meal plan — free dinner for bed and breakfast plan, and free lunch for half board plan — and complimentary accommodation (including meals) for children below 12 years of age. Additionally, discounts of up to 50 percent are offered for bookings made via the official website.
Daily rates at The Sun Siyam Iru Fushi Maldives, located in the northern Noonu atoll, start from USD 372.
For Sun Aqua Vilu Reef, the offer gives up to 50 percent discount on room rate if booked via the official website and complimentary accommodation (including meals) for children below 12 years of age.
Daily rates at Sun Aqua Vilu Reef, located in the southern Dhaalu atoll, start from USD 250.
The offer for Olhuveli Beach and Spa resort comes with discounts of up to 50 percent if booked via the official website and complimentary accommodation (including meals) for children below 12 years of age. The package also includes complimentary special touches for couples celebrating honeymoon or anniversary.
Daily rates at Olhuveli Beach and Spa, located in South Male Atoll, start from USD 189.
Sun Siyam Resorts is a collection of hotel and resort brands born from the inspiration of renowned local hotelier Ahmed Siyam Mohamed. Led by his passion for creating a difference in the Maldives tourism industry that redefines the luxury hospitality experience, Sun Siyam Resorts has a portfolio of boutique luxury resorts operating in the Maldives and Sri Lanka, including The Sun Siyam Iru Fushi Maldives, Olhuveli Beach and Spa Maldives, Sun Aqua Vilu Reef Maldives and Sun Aqua Pasikudah in Sri Lanka.
The resort group has recently announced a major expansion, with three new resorts opening in the Maldives and one in Sri Lanka over the next two years.