Corinthia Hotels announced plans to open a luxury resort in the Maldives in late 2025. Located on Kaafu Atoll, Corinthia Maldives will be housed on two islands. The larger of the two will feature a 73-room resort and the smaller, private island will be available for exclusive use. The property sits 15 minutes away from Male International Airport.
Nashville’s once-modest skyline continues to evolve as its luxury market grows. Lavish hotel properties are added to the landscape while acclaimed chefs stake claim in the robust culinary scene and premier cultural offerings round out the city’s repertoire.
Like a hazy concept from a romance novel, the impossibly sublime Maldives appears in the imagination as a tropical paradise: bone-white sand, palm trees, gin-clear water the color of Delft pottery, marine life galore from manta rays to whale sharks, coral reefs, and pampering resorts with suites straddling the water. The destination’s reality not only lives up to such fantastical visions but surpasses them. Far-flung in the Indian Ocean, southwest of Sri Lanka and India, the archipelagic nation, Asia’s smallest country, stretches out for 541 oceanic miles, composed of nearly 2,000 islands and 26 atolls. Needless to say, it takes a long haul to arrive, one fraught with anxiety that perhaps it won’t be on par with the hype. Never fear. The Maldives won’t disappoint. It’s a love-at-first-sight vacation spot, no matter which of its more than 100 eye-popping hotels you’ve chosen as your home.