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Hilton Maldives Amingiri Resort & Spa {MDV}

Hilton Maldives Amingiri Resort & Spa {MDV}

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Resort Email:

[email protected]

Resort Overview:
GSD

Transfer: We are delighted to inform you that we have shared premium boat transfers for all our guests and a 20 minute ride from Velana International airport. Shared return premium speedboat transfer fees are US$300+23.2%Tax and service charge per adult and US$150+23.2% Tax and service charge per child ( 2-12 years old), below 2 years old are free of charge. Concerning our guests’ privacy and security, a third-party transfer is not permitted.

Festive Season:A minimum stay of seven nights is required for bookings passing over the period of December 21, 2022 to January 9, 2023.

A compulsory New Year's Eve dinner supplement of US $400++ per adult and US $200 per child applies for stays on December 31, 2022.
Children:
Child Supplement Policy: Children below 6 years old stay free, while those ages 6-11 years enjoy 50% off. Children ages 12 years and above are charged at full price. Any additional child will be charged at US $200 per child per night for bookings between December 21, 2022 to January 6, 2023.

Restaurant Menus:
Habitat

Aura

Origin

Beach Shack

Eden

Sip Tea Lounge

Skye

Weekly Theme Night:
· Maldivian Night- US$ 150++ per person

· Asian Night- US$ 175++ per person

· Italian Night – US$165++per person

Meal Plans:
Meal Plan Menus at Hotel Launch: https://www.flyertalk.com/forum/34397152-post154.html

Our meal plan will be as below. Meal plans are on food only basis and all beverages will be charged as per consumption.

• Half Board (Dinner): $100++ per adult per day and $50++ per child per day

• Full Board (Lunch & Dinner) : $150++ per adult per day and $75++ per child per day

Half Board and Full Board will be available at the below restaurant:

· Habitat – All day dining restaurant with a theme night

· Origin - specialty restaurant focused on sustainability offering fish and seafood, with a dedicated menu only

· Beach Shack - our barefoot restaurant, with a dedicated menu only

· Aura - menu offers choices from Italy to Southeast Asia which includes satay, sushi, healthy salads to homemade pizza, and pasta, with a dedicated menu only

Children: Our child policy will be as below:

• 0-5.99 years old stay free, sharing the same bed as the parent, eat free from the children’s menu

• 5.99-12 years old is 50% for the food and beverage menu

Diamond Benefits: We would like to take this opportunity to highlight the Hilton Honors benefits exclusively for our Diamond members:

· Complimentary breakfast for 2 persons at our all-day dining restaurant, Habitat

· In-villa VIP welcome Champagne, sweet and savory amenities

· Complimentary Wi-Fi

· Complimentary late check-out (subject to availability)

· With a selected 60-minute massage, enjoy a complimentary additional 30-minute at Amingiri Spa

· Complimentary daily afternoon indulgence with a fine selection of beverages crafted by a sommelier from 16:00 to 17:00 at SIP

Please be advised that member benefits are applicable for the member and one more guest sharing the same villa.

Excursion/Diving/Watersport Menu:
See this post
Spa Brochure

Images and Resort Map:
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Old Jul 4, 22, 9:31 pm
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The resort sent me most of their restaurant and services menus

Resort Information:

GSD

Spa Menu:

Spa Brochure



Restaurant’s Menus:

Habitat

Aura

Origin

Beach Shack

Eden

Sip Tea Lounge

Skye
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Old Jul 4, 22, 9:42 pm
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Here are the half board meal supplement menus
Attached Files
File Type: pptx
Meal Plan Menus.pptx (1.26 MB, 334 views)
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Old Jul 5, 22, 2:04 am
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Crazy wine prices at the New Hilton, even compared to the Waldorf Maldives:
For Example, a bottle of Rose´wine By Ott is 100$++ at the WA, at the Hilton 180$++..
Or a bottle of Krug Champagne 780$++ at WA vs. 980++ at Hilton .




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Old Jul 5, 22, 12:11 pm
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Originally Posted by mb123 View Post
Crazy wine prices at the New Hilton, even compared to the Waldorf Maldives:
For Example, a bottle of Rose´wine By Ott is 100$++ at the WA, at the Hilton 180$++..
Or a bottle of Krug Champagne 780$++ at WA vs. 970$++ at Hilton .
I do believe those particular items to be room service pricing. Not to say it's different than other venues, but seems possible.
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Old Jul 6, 22, 12:28 pm
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Couple new pictures posted



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What You Need to Know??.....I need to see a real photo of the teen clubs with the slide and all...Nowhere to be seen but in 1st drawing pics..(no video yet)

  • Speedboat transfer takes 20 minutes from Male International Airport.
  • Check-in From 3:00 PM, Check-out Until 12:00 PM
  • All Children are welcome. Children 12 and above are considered adults at this property. Crib and extra bed policies
  • Hotel has a pool.
  • Hilton Maldives Amingiri is the fourth resort under the company’s portfolio of brands in the country, complementing Waldorf Astoria Maldives Ithaafushi, Conrad Maldives Rangali Island and SAii Lagoon Maldives, Curio Collection by Hilton
  • The resort is owned by Amingiri Holdings Pvt Ltd and managed by Hilton.
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Old Jul 9, 22, 10:32 pm
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I saw a woman post a video and reply to the hotel's Facebook page with a video of a suite. I asked her if she had noticed any ship traffic or planes overhead throughout her stay, and she said definitely not which was reassuring.
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Old Jul 10, 22, 5:53 am
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I saw a woman post a video and reply to the hotel's Facebook page with a video of a suite. I asked her if she had noticed any ship traffic or planes overhead throughout her stay, and she said definitely not which was reassuring.
Any links? I can't seem to find it on their FB page.
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Old Jul 10, 22, 12:44 pm
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Any links? I can't seem to find it on their FB page.
Tried a few different ways to see if it would create a link to share. Doesn't seem to want to work. It's from their post on July 8th at 8:07am (PDT
and was posted by "New Canopy Love."

https://www.facebook.com/hiltonmaldivesamingiri
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Old Jul 11, 22, 8:54 am
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Hotel also shared that they offer a theme dinner weekly based. The specific one offered is determined by hotel occupancy and confirmed 1 week ahead of time.

· Maldivian Night- US$ 150++ per person

· Asian Night- US$ 175++ per person

· Italian Night – US$165++per person
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Old Jul 14, 22, 4:29 pm
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So not sure what to think but I guess by their reply they have NO slide anymore?........Hi Elle, we have already shared both the kids' club pool as well as an overhead image of both the teens' rooftop lounge and the kids' club outdoor play area on our socials! You might have even caught a glimpse of it in the opening video we shared on July 1. There was indeed a children's slide that was part of the original rendering, but what we have onsite now is a smaller version that is friendlier for smaller children. (???)
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Old Jul 15, 22, 8:53 am
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So not sure what to think but I guess by their reply they have NO slide anymore?........Hi Elle, we have already shared both the kids' club pool as well as an overhead image of both the teens' rooftop lounge and the kids' club outdoor play area on our socials! You might have even caught a glimpse of it in the opening video we shared on July 1. There was indeed a children's slide that was part of the original rendering, but what we have onsite now is a smaller version that is friendlier for smaller children. (???)
Yeah, doesn't look like they went forward with the twisting slide.
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Old Jul 15, 22, 9:45 am
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Originally Posted by Cris View Post
The resort sent me most of their restaurant and services menus

Resort Information:

GSD

Spa Menu:

Spa Brochure



Restaurant’s Menus:

Habitat

Aura

Origin

Beach Shack

Eden

Sip Tea Lounge

Skye
So is breakfast free for everyone, not just Diamond? There were no prices on the breakfast menu, and it wasn't included in the board plans.

I don't travel internationally at all so excuse the newbie question, but do the board plans really make sense? They don't include drinks, which would be the most expensive thing for a lot of people. The lunch prices suggest most of the items cost less than the board price of $50 per lunch (Full Board, $50 + $100), same with dinners ($100 board price). What am I missing? Or is just for people that want to go full out with huge, decadent meals every day?
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Old Jul 15, 22, 9:57 am
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Originally Posted by Falfurrias View Post
So is breakfast free for everyone, not just Diamond? There were no prices on the breakfast menu, and it wasn't included in the board plans.

I don't travel internationally at all so excuse the newbie question, but do the board plans really make sense? They don't include drinks, which would be the most expensive thing for a lot of people. The lunch prices suggest most of the items cost less than the board price of $50 per lunch (Full Board, $50 + $100), same with dinners ($100 board price). What am I missing? Or is just for people that want to go full out with huge, decadent meals every day?
I do believe that to be true, however I don't have any confirmation. The meal supplements include an appetizer, entre, and dessert, but are restricted to fewer restaurants and offerings. From what I've seen, the meal supplements were much better offering at Marriott properties than Hilton owned (included booze, more restaurants, discount for elites, etc.).
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Old Jul 15, 22, 3:38 pm
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Yeah, doesn't look like they went forward with the twisting slide.
Not even with the teen slide inside the playroom...No slide at all anywhere..What a lie!
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