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Kurumba is Maldives' very first resort, located just 10-minutes from the airport with luxury speedboat transfers available 24 hours a day. Explore our vibrant house reef, relax on the white sandy beaches, swim in our protected crystal clear lagoon, or treat yourself to an exquisite Maldivian spa treatment. Be energized with a variety of activities, watersports, excursions or scuba diving. And for culinary enthusiasts, be inspired by the Maldivian culture, local foods, art and dance, with 8 restaurants, 3 bars, and Maldives best nightly entertainment scene. With 8 styles of accommodation spread amongst the island's lush tropical gardens, Kurumba is a perfect holiday destination for all occasions. Kurumba is the Maldives in Full Colour.
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Solih wrote a review Jun 2022
Hulhumale25 contributions5 helpful votes
This is our second visit to Kurumba, and we simply love the beauty of its lagoon and the beach never gets enough of it. The island is perfect for a Maldives vacation and is about 5 minutes away from the International Airport. As the second time visitor, we got a complimentary upgrade to a villa in a beautiful spot on the beach on the sunset side. The moment you step on the island, you can feel the tranquillity of the Maldives, a simple way of welcoming the guests by the senior management team without club cars lining up and drumming around us, which we like very much. This island has no club cars and people moving around. Everything seems well established and settled, so the island's staff will have to give just service, no maintenance tools, and people moving around, which we loved so much. The sunset cocktail bar is a great spot where you meet Priyankara, a fantastic barman that you can talk to and who has terrific stories about the Maldives Tourism. They also have a weekly management cocktail during the sunset, and e missed out on that. However, we were greeted by Ali, the island manager, who spent some time with us, offering cocktails and talking to us, which was very kind of him. Robert is a great Japanese cook who served us a great meal in the overwater Japanese Restaurant, one of our favourite dining spots on the island. The Thai Restaurant on the island is located a little bit inside, but it serves delicious food.
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Date of stay: June 2022
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Response from Andrew Jansson, General Manager at Kurumba Maldives
Responded 5 days ago
Dear Solihx, Thanks so much for taking the time to share and always a pleasure to welcome back our repeat guests! We are pleased you could enjoy our great beaches, and the warm and friendly services from our team. Wishing you a wonderful continuation to your summer and we look forward to seeing you again here at Kurumba. Warmest regards, Team Kurumba
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Sheila wrote a review Apr 2022
Dubai, United Arab Emirates3 contributions4 helpful votes
Hotel's Favorite
An incredible property, resort and island. From start to finish - this resort doesn't disappoint and the attention to detail and service quality. Very peaceful and nice house reefs , lucky to see dolphins, fish, hermit crab etc swimming outside our villa. Activities and excursions by the hotel were very well organized and professional - with incredible attention to detail and paced according to the individuals experience (Diving / Snorkeling for example). Kids friendly resort. They have their Kids club all ages. Food and beverages were fantastic and of a very high quality - albeit in some cases on the pricier side - you were never disappointed with both its presentation and taste. There is also a great selection of restaurants and eating options. Thank you Chef Mani and Chef Robert. and Christian. The Staff are extremely polite and friendly. Good quality of customer services. Moshi and Sephora thank you for the amazing photographs and memories that me and my daughter will treasure. Thank you too Christine for very enjoyable stay. Surely will come back to Kurumba Resort.
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Date of stay: March 2022
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Room Tip: Deluxe Beachfront is amazing!
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2 Helpful votes
Response from Andrew Jansson, General Manager at Kurumba Maldives
Responded 6 Apr 2022
Dear Sheila, Thank you for your recent stay and for taking the time to share your review. We appreciate the kind words and are very happy to read you had an amazing time with us. Will certainly pass on your praise to the team members highlighted, am sure they will be very pleased to be recognized for their extra efforts. Once again, thank you, and wishing you a wonderful year ahead. We hope to see you soon again. Warmest regards, Team Kurumba
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DocYoYo wrote a review Jun 2022
Dubai, United Arab Emirates15 contributions25 helpful votes
Went back after 3 years. Just as amazing. Right from the reservation-thank you Thanoon- to the amazing hospitality. Everyone just wants to ensure you are comfortable and having the best possible experience. Big shout out to the amazing staff esp at Kandu Bar( Anand, Akter, Saeed and April). Where I spent a lot of my time. Big thanks to the chefs and all staff. Such a relaxing holiday. The food was amazing, as always. Can’t wait to see you all again soon.
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Date of stay: June 2022Trip type: Traveled solo
Response from Andrew Jansson, General Manager at Kurumba Maldives
Responded 5 days ago
Dear DocYoYo, It was great to have you back here after so many years. We appreciate you taking the time to share, and thanks for highlighting those amazing team members who helped make it even more amazing. We look forward to seeing you again very soon! Warmest regards, Team Kurumba
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Rohit M wrote a review Jun 2022
Faridabad, India170 contributions84 helpful votes
The resort is great with great access to the water, has great facilities (swimming pool, kids arena, lawn tennis, basketball courts). The restaurants at the resort are nice as well specially Indian restaurant (it served great food). There are some great attractions, loved the sunset and dolphin citing loved it and it was so great a must do. There is one thing which they need to work on is that they charge for plain water in restaurants, however it is free in room. Also never had coconut water which should be there for sure.
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Date of stay: June 2022
Response from Andrew Jansson, General Manager at Kurumba Maldives
Responded 5 days ago
Dear rohitm717, Thank you for taking the time to share your experience. We are pleased you could enjoy our great selection of facilities and dining options, and the warm and friendly services from our team. Wishing you a wonderful continuation to your summer and we look forward to seeing you again here at Kurumba. Warmest regards, Team Kurumba
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SK loves to travel wrote a review Jun 2022
Singapore, Singapore33 contributions67 helpful votes
We had a fabulous time at the Kurumba, let me list down some points which might be of help- 1. Location- We read a lot of bad reviews about the sea plane serivce and hence decided to choose a hotel which is closer to the airport, the kurumba is merely a 10 minute boat ride. We had a sleek yacht picking us and since we were the only family on board it turned out to be a private ride! Capt Hassan even gave the wheel to my son for a while! 2. Room choice- We picked the 160 sq m villa for our family of 4 (2 kids aged 13 and 10), this is a bit expensive for sure but worth every penny as the kids had a separate room (living room) and they loved the private pool as well, the bose speaker was the cherry on the cake and lazing in the pool with some nice music was super relaxing. I just wish there was an extra bathroom. We chose a room at the rear of the island as the front faces male city, it was a bit of a walk from the main restaurants but perfect to burn some calories after pigging out on the yummy food everyday. For couples or honeymooners maybe the rooms at the rear near Athiri bar (175-190 i guess) would be nice as these are quieter with nice views. 3. Activities- The rec club is pretty cool, we played pool, table tennis and darts. For younger kids there is a kiddie section. 4. The beach- They have instralled wave/reef breakers about 50-60 metres into the sea to create a calmer area closer to the beach, there are a few reviews saying that spoils the view. However, for us it worked pretty well as was perfect for the kids to swim and kayak. We went snorkelling outside the reef breaker area (there are demarcated areas where you can snorkle) and it was super fun with the kids. There is a guided tour for the hotel reefs as well but we did it on our own. 5. Extra trips & tours- a. What is good to do is one of the snorkelling tours- We did the one which too us to an island to watch the sting trays and my son loved it. There were tons of sting rays all over the place, the go pro video offered by them captured all the moments for us. Look out for Nazim at the water sports centre who made it very special for my son, we had this sleek speedboat which looked out straight out of a james bond movie. Also look out for Zayaan at the rec club who gave the kids a basic snorkelling coaching session at the pool, this gave them the confidence to do the open sea tour. b. We also did the dolphin tour which was totally worth the price. We saw lots of dolphins, the staff went out of the way to move around to areas where we could spot more of them. The amazing sunset and the complimentary champagne on the way made the trip all the more memorable. c. We had a photo session in our package ( 1 print is free, there are packages for the rest), we ended up buying a few pics as Shifu the photographer did a super job and captured some lovely candid pics of the family, do ask for her if you want to capture some good memories. 6. Food- The quality and presentation of the food is excellent, we loved the restaurants and the main cafe, the buffet was pretty good too. We chose the all in meal plans which makes sense as you get across the restaurants (you have to follow the time table though). The service at the restaurants is nothing short of excellent, our top vote goes to Amjadh who was in charge of the main cafe, he truly made our dining experiences nothing short of delightful, do look out for him if you need anything at all, he is single handedly responsible for the 1.5 kgs i have put on in the last 1 week :) A big thank you to the F&B manager Ali who went out of his way to make us at home and truly exceeded our expectations. The indian and thai restaurants are very good indeed, look out for Kalyan at the indian joint, he was very helpful indeed. 7. Bars- The main bar is lovely, the DJ was pretty awesome and he had us on the floor as he belted out some groovy latino hits. I would strongly recommend going to the Athiri bar for a drink at sunset, this has some lovely views and it was truly relaxing. 8. Weather- We were really worried about rain spoiling our holiday but we did not get any rain at all! All we got was a 5 minute shower on our last morning which actually felt good as it gave us some respite from the sweltering heat of the last few days. The forecast kept saying it might rain the next day but it never did and was sunny and hot. 8. Service- I think this is a key differentiator for this property, they have been trained to look at the smallest of things which always make the biggest difference. A special thank you to Ali who is the manger in charge of the property, we had the pleasure of getting to know him over the week and he went out of his way to make our trip perfect. We were surprised to see him waiting for us at the pier to say good bye when we were checking out, says a lot about him and his team.
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Date of stay: June 2022
Room Tip: Ask for rooms at the rear of the island, the front faces Male city, the rear faces the ocean
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1 Helpful vote
Response from Andrew Jansson, General Manager at Kurumba Maldives
Responded 5 days ago
Dear Singapore 2050, Thank you for your detailed review. We truly appreciate you taking the time to share all of this and of course we thank you for choosing our resort for your vacation. So many great points mentioned and will certainly share this with the team. This feedback goes a long way in enforcing a great team morale and boosting motivation, and we thank you. Hope you guys have a wonderful summer ahead and we hope to have the chance to welcome you back soon again. Warmest regards, Team Kurumba
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Nadeen wrote a review Jun 2022
Dubai, United Arab Emirates74 contributions8 helpful votes
We had an incredible holiday, partly because my boyfriend proposed to me and also because the resort, the food, the staff, the swimming and diving is just unbelievable. We went all inclusive and it did no disappoint - all drinks, restaurants etc was well worth it. We made use of the beach bars and the coconut ice cream is to die for. The food really is exceptional and service was so good, everyone went above and beyond. We had a sea view room which was gorgeous too, the outside bathroom was beautiful and we used the laundry service too. My only complaint was we were charged the bottle of bubbly (which was on our all inclusive as a glass) when we got engaged, I really wouldn't have expected to have to pay for it since it was a special occasion and we had paid the top price for the holiday. The airport pick up and drop off was easy and really friendly. We also loved the dolphin sunset trip included in the package which was fantastic, we saw so many dolphins and the staff were wonderful. We would love to go back again one day!
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Date of stay: March 2022
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Response from Andrew Jansson, General Manager at Kurumba Maldives
Responded 3 days ago
Dear NadeenWhitehead, Thank you so much for your wonderful review and from all us here, once again, congratulations! We are pleased you both had an incredible time with us, and most importantly that many special memories were made. Well noted on your comment about the bottle of bubbly and have addressed this with the team. Hopefully we can make this up to you on your next visit. Wishing you a wonderful summer ahead, and if there is ever anything else needed from us, please do not hesitate in reaching out. Warmest regards, Team Kurumba
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Disha wrote a review May 2022
18 contributions15 helpful votes
Okay, so this was one of the weirder mixed experiences I had and I thought about whether to even write about this - but I look at reviews to help me so I decided to share my honest review. For context, I was a solo female traveller and I had booked a liveaboard on Scubaspa and needed a place to stay as I arrived a day early in Maldives. Kurumba looked perfect - close to the airport, great reviews and also a boutique hotel (as opposed to a chain) so I decided to support a local hotel and stay there. THE PROS The hotel is beautiful. I booked the base room and it was large and lovely with an outdoor balcony (with a lounger) directly over the beach and an outdoor bathroom. They even provided 2 large bottles of water which I appreciated. (My toilet leaked a bit but as I was staying for a day, it wasn't a huge deal & I informed housekeeping.) The food at Hamakaze restaurant was amazing -I had the wagyu lobster combo. And the octopus sashimi. Even the veggies were awesome. The chef is amazing and they put on such a wonderful display for us. Humam was very attentive and efficient and I felt very well taken care of (which was a nice change from what you'll read below). There were 6 of us at one end and then 5-6 people at the other end so the restaurant wasn't full at all. I also liked that the hotel had so many choices of restaurants available. They have a nice shop on the premises - I ended up buying a nice kaftan and a much needed rash guard from them. It was actually a less than 10 minute ride by speedboat to the hotel so it's very convenient even if you arrive at odd times (the hotel states it provides the transfer service 24/7). You just go to Counter no. 4 in the Arrivals hall, and then step outside the airport, cross the road and the boat's there. Like a taxi. They give you water and fresh cold towels on the boat, and when I was checking in to the hotel, they gave me coconut sorbet which was very nice. They specifically asked about allergies too which I thought was a good thing. The beach was really beautiful and accessible and if you're looking for a place to stop over from Male on your way in or your way out - Kurumba is a good choice. Male is just full of buildings and it does not give you that resort feel at all. THE NEUTRAL I didn't know what the transfer prices are generally in Maldives (since this was my first trip) but the hotel charged $99 for shared boats (per person round trip) and $150 for private boat. I took the private option because I had no idea how long I would have to wait for other guests (and having started my day at 2am to catch flights at 4am onwards, I wasn't too keen to hang around). I personally thought this was a bit much for a 6-7 minute ride so it's something to keep in mind while booking. The view - you see Male in the distance and you see planes landing but it's a close and convenient location so take your pick. The view from my room was open sea and quite nice. THE NOT SO GREAT EXPERIENCES When I arrived at the airport, there wasn't anyone to greet me so I made my way to Counter no. 4 but there was no one there either. I asked the other hotel attendants and they asked me to wait till the Kurumba representative came back. He came in about 10 minutes so it was okay. There was no 'How was your flight? Is this your first time to Maldives' or 'Welcome.' It was just "What's your name please? Right, whenever you're ready to go." At that time, I thought it was odd but again, didn't think much of it. At lunch, the lady who showed me to my seat asked me how many in my party and I said just me. Her surprised reaction was "What?! Just you?" And she looked around to see if anyone else was joining. It was as if she hadn't heard of the concept of solo travellers. I shrugged this off too. The waitress didn't know much about the food and kept having to go back to the kitchen to answer my questions. Like I asked her how big a rice dish would be (enough for one person or could I order a side dish too) etc. Also when I asked what the catch of the day was - she explained to me it was a fish and it came with salad. And I said yes, but what IS the catch of the day and she said she would check. I said can I just speak to someone who knows instead of you going back and forth? Then the Manager finally came and gave me more information for me to make my choice. Okay, shrugged this off too. After lunch is when the issue started. I asked the restaurant to call a buggy for me and it didn't arrive though I waited a bit. So I walked over the reception thinking I could get one there. There wasn't one there either - so I had a quick walk through the shop and when I came back to reception - there was still no person to operate the buggy. I sat down in front of one of the receptionists - her name was MIUSHA. I told her I wanted a buggy and she nodded. I continued to wait. Then a family of 6 or so turned up, asked for a buggy (Miusha didn't tell them then I was already waiting), and then in a few minutes jumped into the buggy just as the buggy operator came in. I turned to Miusha and said, hey could you tell them to go after me since I came before and have been waiting. No answer. She just stared at me blankly. I walked towards the buggy saying again to Miusha, hey, could you tell them please? No answer. I then asked a third time while going over the buggy - 'they're leaving, could you tell them please? Are you going to say or do anything?". No answer. I told the buggy operator - he just looked at me and left. So I turned to MIUSHA (who hadn't budged from her chair or said one word) - why wouldn't you say anything and can I speak to your manager - I would like to understand what just happened here. So she started calling the manager and said my name/room number and I requested her to speak in English if she was talking about me so I could understand. She ignored me and continued speaking in Dhivehi (which would never be a problem except she was talking about me in front of me and I requested her to speak in a language I could understand since it was about me). Then the manager for the day - NAFIU - came (he was the same person who had checked me in). There was a very strange dynamic here. He proceeded to tell me: 1) We don't offer buggy service. So I said what did that family just use, and then he said we offer it if requested. So I said I requested it. He said that family requested it before - I said they couldn't have because they were still eating in the restaurant when I left and he could check their videos. He continued to say that they didn't offer buggy service and they just do it out of the goodness of their hearts so I said could you please give me that in writing/on video - he said he wouldn't as it was their policy. It was all so circuitous. Like one statement after another and none of it made sense. 2) Then he said "But they are a family and they are long time guests..." So I said are you discriminating against people travelling solo and who are unfortunately only staying with you for one night? He replied I had misunderstood him. He also replied that there was no need for me to be upset. I told him matter of factly he didn't get to tell me how I was supposed to feel. For some reason, he actively tried to want to gloss over the fact that something rather unpleasant had happened and he was making it worse. All this time Miusha is sitting there staring at her computer screen. I told them I would like to know why she didn't even bother to respond to me the three times I urged her to step in - forget telling the buggy operator I was there first, even if to say "I'm sorry ma'am that they took the buggy, let me get you another one." Is it because you treat different guests differently? It was really weird - her utter disregard and nonchalance. Nafiu looked at her to answer and she kept staring at her computer screen - and I said, I'm talking to you and you are not even doing me the courtesy of looking at me or responding to me, could you please reply? She continued to ignore me and Nafiu condoned this. Then I said, is anyone going to address this or apologize, he apologized (it didn't come unsolicited) and I said well, she needs to address this or at least say a word and look up from the screen. Nafiu told me she didn't need to apologize because he was her senior and her manager and that he was apologizing on her behalf. I found this incredibly weird. And insulting. Like he was condoning her rude behaviour with me right in front of me (and she could do whatever she liked because he was apologizing and that made it all okay). Finally when I said “are you serious?!”- he half-heartedly told her to apologize and she did - while smiling/half laughing. I told her you're not apologizing, you're laughing. Then she talked to him in Dhivehi again, he motioned for her to go inside and she went away, he informed me she didn't feel comfortable. I asked him how comfortable he thought I was feeling. Anyways, when he realized I was standing my ground (and speaking quite firmly, without shouting so he couldn't just dismiss me as a 'difficult' guest, oh and I was a lawyer, oh and that pre-covid I was doing 80 flights a year) - he then suddenly started sympathizing (it’s interesting how I had to provide my ‘credentials’ to him for him to take me seriously) - he said Miusha should have stood up and replied to me, he couldn't believe I had asked three times and she said nothing and blanked me, yes, he would definitely check the videos and have a word with her, this was the wrong thing that had happened, she should never have done that, he would get it sorted it...etc etc. I told him clearly - I don't care about the buggy - I would like to know why your colleague, being a receptionist whose role it is to talk to guests, couldn't be bothered to reply 3 times I talked to her or be asked to look up from her screen. I also told him IF I put this on tripadvisor, please don't write a standard reply saying "We are sorry to hear this and please contact the manager and we will sort it for you." I told him you can sort it for me right now while I am here. He didn't sort anything and I didn't hear from him about this after that. In my opinion, I think Miusha didn't care that I was there first, the family was white (so maybe there were undertones of racism?), I was a solo traveller so probably not worth as much as them (to her), and her management didn't ask her to apologize so why would she bother. I am highly surprised at the hotel having receptionists who randomly decide if they want to speak and/or respond to guests or not. And I did not like the inference that they were being helpful and I was being upset for no reason, and all the ways they tried to make it look like their behaviour was completely acceptable. And then the 180 degree switch - I even asked him - are you trying to be nice just so I go away? I wanted to write about this incident in detail because I think it highlights a few things - there's some prejudice still that solo (female) travellers face. And it's not nice. And you have to stand your ground to be heard sometimes. Or just not to be callously disrespected. I doubt Miusha's behaviour would have been accepted had it been a man talking to her, or a family. Or maybe it would have. I don’t know the dynamics here. I don’t know how management is going to reply to this post but I would look into this issue seriously. If you reply with more reasons why this was all okay, I’ll know to look elsewhere when I travel to the Maldives next, not a problem (perhaps the Sheraton next door which had been my first choice as a Marriott Gold member but I chose Kurumba). Lastly, they had a sheesha lounge which I was happy to use – but there were problems and they couldn’t get the sheesha started for 40 minutes, and when they brought it, it wouldn’t work so again it was taken away for another 20-30 minutes. So there was a lot of waiting around I had to do (and I told them, if it’s not working just tell me so I’ll go back to my room – and it was no, just 5 minutes, just 10 minutes). Feedback for improvement. To conclude, I spent $1000+ for the one night I spent there – inclusive of F&B, basic room, airport transfer, shopping, tips and taxes. I write this because I think that’s a decently healthy sum for a solo person to do. And it’s nice to have help guests irrespective of their status – single/family/couple/friends – or the amount of money you think they’ll spend. And it’s nice to be fair and respectful – to everyone.
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Date of stay: May 2022
3 Helpful votes
Response from Andrew Jansson, General Manager at Kurumba Maldives
Responded 4 weeks ago
Dear Ms Disha, Thank you for taking the time to share your very detailed reviewed. Despite a few challenges faced, we are glad that your one night spent with us was in general pleasant. We also appreciate you for highlighting those inconsistencies experienced with our team, and we have had a serious review with those involved, and the necessary actions have been taken, along with some more focused trainings on guest interaction skills. We hope that you have enjoyed the rest of your stay in the Maldives, and wish you a wonderful continuation of the summer, and a happy and healthy year ahead. Warmest regards, Team Kurumba
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MalaysianT wrote a review May 2022
2 contributions3 helpful votes
I would like to specifically mention and thank MOSHI AND SHIFU for being so friendly and accommodating to my needs. Pictures were perfect and now I keep them with me with fond memories. Thank you Kurumba for making this solo trip the best so far! 🤍 — Michelle from Malaysia
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Date of stay: May 2022Trip type: Traveled solo
2 Helpful votes
Response from Andrew Jansson, General Manager at Kurumba Maldives
Responded 16 May 2022
Dear Michelle, Thanks for the great comments and we will certainly share this with Moshi, Shifu and the team. So please you had a wonderful stay with us and we look forward to welcoming you back. Warmest reagrds, Team Kurumba
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Shreekara wrote a review May 2022
Dubai, United Arab Emirates1 contribution2 helpful votes
Well maintained property, Superior quality room, Friendly staff’s and many recreation options within the resort. We had a comfortable stay and the best part of it was the photo session at the resort with Ms. Shifu who captured stunning pictures of our family and created a photo album with a slideshow video.
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Date of stay: May 2022
Room Tip: Rooms on the beach side. Recommended to book a slot for the complimentary 30 min photo session as...
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Response from Andrew Jansson, General Manager at Kurumba Maldives
Responded 7 May 2022
Dear Shreekara, Thank you for your recent stay and for taking the time to share. Its great to read about your memorable experience and we are pleased you and your family had a amazing time with us. Wishing you a great continuation of the year and hopefully to see you again. Warmest regards, Team Kurumba
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Gareth T wrote a review May 2022
1 contribution2 helpful votes
We recently had a family holiday here and all I can say is wow, what a great place from The minute you arrive to when you leave is paradise ✨️ all the staff are friendly and helpful, making it a truly memorable experience, if u want a truly great experience this is the place to be, already looking to book again
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Date of stay: April 2022Trip type: Traveled with family
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Response from Andrew Jansson, General Manager at Kurumba Maldives
Responded 3 May 2022
Dear Gareth T, Thank you for your recent stay and for taking the time to share. We are pleased that you and your family had a great time with us. We wish you all a great summer ahead and we look forward to welcoming you back soon! Warmest regards, Team Kurumba
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Frequently Asked Questions about Kurumba Maldives
Which popular attractions are close to Kurumba Maldives?
Nearby attractions include Hukuru Miskiiy (Old Friday Mosque) (5.5 km), Grand Friday Mosque (5.4 km), and Male Fish Market (5.3 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Kurumba Maldives?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a pool.
Which room amenities are available at Kurumba Maldives?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at Kurumba Maldives?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Kurumba Maldives?
Conveniently located restaurants include Thila, Family Room Cafe, and Belle Amie Bistro.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Kurumba Maldives?
Yes, guests have access to a pool, a fitness centre, and locker rooms available in the fitness centre during their stay.
Does Kurumba Maldives have airport transportation?
Yes, Kurumba Maldives offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Is Kurumba Maldives located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.07 km away from the centre of Vihamanafushi.
Are any cleaning services offered at Kurumba Maldives?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Does Kurumba Maldives offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers a business centre, meeting rooms, and a banquet room.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Kurumba Maldives?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, French, German, Russian, Hindi, Arabic, and Indonesian.