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  • Taj Exotica  Premium Villa with Pool

    Taj Exotica Premium Villa with Pool

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    Room facilities:Air Condition, Minibar, Safety Deposit Box, Telephone, TV, WiFi

    Discover these four newly designed Premium Beach Villas with Pool are situated on their own stretch of private beach that come with a master bed and bath combination with extravagant bathtubs. Sit on the sundeck and enjoy infinite views of the lagoon.

    Bed size:1 king-size bed

    Room size:2,077 sq ft (193 sq m)

  • Taj Exotica Deluxe Beach Villa With Pool

    Taj Exotica Deluxe Beach Villa With Pool

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    Room facilities:Air Condition, Minibar, Safety Deposit Box, Telephone, TV, WiFi

    Set on the fine white beach sand, these magnificent villas are mere steps away from the lagoon. Soak in the pleasures of a tropical outdoor shower experience in your private walled garden to complete the Maldives’ experience.

    Bed size:1 king-size bed

    Room size:2,153 sq ft (200 sq m)

  • Taj Exotica Deluxe Lagoon Villa With Pool

    Taj Exotica Deluxe Lagoon Villa With Pool

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    Room facilities:Air Condition, Minibar, Safety Deposit Box, Telephone, TV, WiFi

    Built on stilts in the lagoon, these villas provide infinity views of the horizon. Climb down the steps from your private deck into the turquoise waters or choose to watch the sunset from your private pool. A slice of heaven.

    Bed size:1 king-size bed

    Room size:1,012 sq ft (94 sq m)

  • Taj Exotica Lagoon Villa

    Taj Exotica Lagoon Villa

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    The adjacent Lagoon Villas are on the island located just a few steps away from the lagoon. These villas feature rainshowers and bathtubs that have sweeping views of the ocean, and are just perfect for your tropical getaway.

    Bed size:1 king-size bed

    Room size:764 sq ft (71 sq m)

  • Taj Exotica One-Bedroom Beach Villa Suite With Pool

    Taj Exotica One-Bedroom Beach Villa Suite With Pool

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    Just five meters from the lagoon, each villa has a spacious living room, private courtyard, sunset balcony to soak in the views and tropical outdoor showers in a walled garden. Choose between cooling off in the ocean or your private pool.

    Bed size:1 king-size bed

    Room size:2,906 sq ft (270 sq m)

  • Taj Exotica One-bedroom Ocean Suite With Pool

    Taj Exotica One-bedroom Ocean Suite With Pool

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    Room facilities:Air Condition, Minibar, Safety Deposit Box, Telephone, TV, WiFi

    The One-bedroom Ocean Suite is tastefully designed with a bedroom attached to a glass walled bathroom overlooking the lagoon. Relax in your private pool surrounded by a suspended sundeck with powder-soft sand.

    Bed size:1 king-size bed

    Room size:2,099 sq ft (195 sq m)

  • Taj Exotica The Rehendi Presidential Suite With Pool

    Taj Exotica The Rehendi Presidential Suite With Pool

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    Room facilities:Air Condition, Minibar, Safety Deposit Box, Telephone, TV, WiFi

    This award-winning two-bedroom presidential villa suite is every bit as luxurious as it is grand. With a titanic freshwater pool and sundeck, two ‘salas’ and the hammock suspended over the turquoise lagoon, this is the best of the Maldives.

    Bed size:1 King-size bed and 2 Queen-size beds

    Room size:5,382 sq ft (500 sq m)

  • Taj Exotica Two-Bedroom Beach Villa Suite With Pool

    Taj Exotica Two-Bedroom Beach Villa Suite With Pool

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    Room facilities:Air Condition, Minibar, Safety Deposit Box, Telephone, TV, WiFi

    Enjoy the dazzling view from the sunset balcony on the first floor of the Two-bedroom Beach Villa Suite with Pool. The first floor has a massive bathroom attached to the master bedroom. Get your Jiva treatments in the attached spa room.

    Bed size:2 king-size beds

    Room size:3,929 sq ft (365 sq m)

General

Escape the frenetic pace and chaos of everyday life, in to luxury’s very own lap at Taj Exotica Resort & Spa, Maldives. Away from the sparkling lights of Male, this hotel is spread across the Emboodhu Finolhu island in the middle of one of the largest lagoons in Maldives.

Renowned for its rich flora and fauna, this tropical isle, also known as the Three Coconut Isle, is situated amidst the coral reefs. A 15-minute speedboat ride from the airport brings you to the idyllic resort surrounded by the azure waters of the Indian Ocean.

Set delicately over the lagoon, this postcard-perfect getaway offers 64 sea-view villas and suites that are luxurious and lavish; yet maintain a fine balance with nature. Our world-famous, award-winning presidential suite is, arguably, the most beautiful place on earth.

At Taj Exotica Maldives, you are on Taj Time, where doing nothing is an art form. Time stands still—and yet there is never a dull moment. Within this oasis of calm set in paradise, lounge by the infinity pool or at your private beach, laze in a hammock over the blue waters and just lay below the stars at night. Go on a wildlife-spotting walk. Pure bliss.

Savour the best from the culinary world with carefully selected ingredients sourced both locally and globally to please your palate. Enjoy the freshest of seafood at Deep End or choose from the extensive carefully crafted menu at 24 Degrees, where you experience a performance of art assembled on your plate at the theatrical Teppanyaki kitchen. Sip leisurely on your cocktails at the Equator Bar as you take in the awe-inspiring views of fiery Indian Ocean sunsets. Needless to say, each of our restaurants offers a spectacular and unbelievably romantic ocean experience.

Enjoy sumptuous in-room and private dining experiences. And be pampered by our world-renowned butlers, who would be happy to arrange a whole range of water sports including snorkelling and scuba diving.

Come, create a lifetime of memories every moment in this haven of tranquillity.

Activities

SIGNATURE_&_EXPERIENCE_BUTLER_CO_TAJ_CLUB_CHAMBERS_CLUSTER_4x3_(3).jpg.transform.twoColumnComponentDesktop.imageTaj Exotica Maldives is located on one of the largest lagoons in the Maldives, famed for its white sand beaches and exquisite corals. The clear seas are ideal to get your adrenaline rush with scuba diving, snorkelling and parasailing.

Parking

No parking available.

Check-in time

14:00 - 00:00

Check-out time

12:00

Children and extra beds

Free! One child under 2 years stays free of charge in a crib.
Free! One child under 12 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.

Facilities

  • Air Condition
  • Minibar
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Telephone
  • TV
  • WiFi

Internet

Free! WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.

Pets

Pets are not allowed.

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Maldives

Maldives

Welcome to the Maldives, where sands are white as the smiles of the locals, where fish swim happily in the warm waters of the Indian Ocean, where the weather is a dream, and the deep rays of the sun waits to engulf you in their arms.

The Country

The Republic of Maldives is a group of atolls in the Indian Ocean about 417 mi (671 km) southwest of Sri Lanka. Its 1,190 coral islets stretch over an area of 35,200 sq mi (90,000 sq km). With global warming and the shrinking of the polar ice caps, the Maldives is directly threatened, as none of its islands rises more than six feet above sea level.

Maldives at a Glance

  • Official Name: The Republic of Maldives
  • Capital City: Male
  • Time: GMT + 5
  • Total Islands: 1,192
  • Inhabited Islands: 200
  • Resort Islands: 96
  • Population: Approximately 369 261
  • Currency: Rufiyaa

Getting Here

  •  Free 30 days Visa upon arrival for all visitors

What to Pack

  • The Maldives enjoy a sunny climate for the better part of a year. Hence, locals and visitors alike prefer to dress in lightweight clothes.

Things to Do
Find out the best things to do, places to go and activities to indulge yourself.

  • Water Sports
  • Scuba Diving
  • Indoor Sports
  • Outdoor Sports
  • Snorkeling

Sports & nature

  Music and Dance The Maldives boasts of a rich culture of music and dance. Some of the cultural music and dances can trace their roots to distant continents. Resort islands organize cultural performances to entertain their guests regularly during which you can observe islanders performing traditional music and dance items. One of the most famous Maldivian cultural displays which involve singing and dancing is called the "Bodu Beru". The Bodu Beru performers, numbering around 20 will be wearing traditional garb of sarongs and white sleeved shirts. Bodu Beru performance is guaranteed to make you sway along with the drumbeats. Other traditional music and dance items include; Dhandi Jehun, Langiri, Thaara and Gaa Odi Lava. Most of these items involve rhythmic music and dances using various cultural props. There are some cultural routines exclusively performed by Maldivian women. Bandiyaa jehun, Maafathi Neshun and Bolimalaafath Neshun. Some of these acts were designed to perform in the royal courts. Indian and Western music have also greatly influenced the musicians of the country. Frequently resorts host performances of local bands to enliven their guests.  

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  Life in Islands Traditionally the island communities were very close-knit. This togetherness is still prevailing in the small island societies. Accordingly men will be mainly engaged in fishery, carpentry and toddy tapping. Women were mainly engaged in household duties and raising families. Certain rituals and practices were followed in the islands on special occasions like weddings. Some of these rituals survive to this day. The advent of tourism in the 1970's accelerated the modernisation process of the country. Today an increasing number of women hold crucial positions within the public and private sector. As a result of economic growth, dramatic lifestyle changes were introduced. Music and Dance The Maldives boasts of a rich culture of music and dance. Some of the cultural music and dances can trace their roots to distant continents. Resort islands organize cultural performances to entertain their guests regularly during which you can observe islanders performing traditional music and dance items. One of the most famous Maldivian cultural displays which involve singing and dancing is called the "Bodu Beru". The Bodu Beru performers, numbering around 20 will be wearing traditional garb of sarongs and white sleeved shirts. Bodu Beru performance is guaranteed to make you sway along with the drumbeats. Other traditional music and dance items include; Dhandi Jehun, Langiri, Thaara and Gaa Odi Lava. Most of these items involve rhythmic music and dances using various cultural props. There are some cultural routines exclusively performed by Maldivian women. Bandiyaa jehun, Maafathi Neshun and Bolimalaafath Neshun. Some of these acts were designed to perform in the royal courts. Indian and Western music have also greatly influenced the musicians of the country. Frequently resorts host performances of local bands to enliven their guests.  

Culture and history info

The customs and social behavior of the Maldivians have been greatly influenced by the Indians, Sri Lankans, Arabs and North Africans who visited the Maldives while traversing through the trading routes of the central Indian Ocean. The Maldivian culture is rich and vibrant due to the infusion of various other cultural elements. Though Maldives was culturally influenced by other traditions, Maldivians have built and preserved an exclusive cultural identity. Accordingly the Maldivians converse using a language of their own; In 1153 AD Maldivians converted to Islam and the religion has transformed and introduced new fundamentals to the Maldivian culture. Folklore Maldivians inherited a treasure trunk of ancient mythology and folklore that was passed orally through generations. These myths cover fascinating stories on various aspects of island life. Since the islands are surrounded by sea, most folktales depict fearful sea demons and spirits that haunt the islanders. Life in Islands Traditionally the island communities were very close-knit. This togetherness is still prevailing in the small island societies. Accordingly men will be mainly engaged in fishery, carpentry and toddy tapping. Women were mainly engaged in household duties and raising families. Certain rituals and practices were followed in the islands on special occasions like weddings. Some of these rituals survive to this day. The advent of tourism in the 1970's accelerated the modernisation process of the country. Today an increasing number of women hold crucial positions within the public and private sector. As a result of economic growth, dramatic lifestyle changes were introduced. Music and Dance The Maldives boasts of a rich culture of music and dance. Some of the cultural music and dances can trace their roots to distant continents. Resort islands organize cultural performances to entertain their guests regularly during which you can observe islanders performing traditional music and dance items. One of the most famous Maldivian cultural displays which involve singing and dancing is called the "Bodu Beru". The Bodu Beru performers, numbering around 20 will be wearing traditional garb of sarongs and white sleeved shirts. Bodu Beru performance is guaranteed to make you sway along with the drumbeats. Other traditional music and dance items include; Dhandi Jehun, Langiri, Thaara and Gaa Odi Lava. Most of these items involve rhythmic music and dances using various cultural props. There are some cultural routines exclusively performed by Maldivian women. Bandiyaa jehun, Maafathi Neshun and Bolimalaafath Neshun. Some of these acts were designed to perform in the royal courts. Indian and Western music have also greatly influenced the musicians of the country. Frequently resorts host performances of local bands to enliven their guests. Craftsmanship Maldivians are known for being avid craftsmen. The intricate stone carvings found in the Friday Mosque in Male' is a living example of Maldivian craftsmanship. The mastery and inventiveness of Maldivians can be seen in lacquer works, mat weaving, coir rope making and calligraphy. Traditional dresses and ornaments profess the artistry and creativeness of Maldivian artisans. Such exceptional works can be acquired by visitors as souvenirs. A visit to the Maldives not only guarantees the best vacation of your lifetime, but it also gives you exposure to a great cultural experience.

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Dining

Experience the world on your plate at Taj Exotica Maldives. The chefs at our award-winning restaurants promise to take you on a gastronomical tour-de-force. This, set against the beauty of the Maldives makes for an ethereal experience.

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Indulge your taste buds with a wide assortment of delicacies ranging from Pan-Asian cuisine to international favourites.
Opening Hours
BREAKFAST 07:00-10:30
LUNCH 12:30-15:45
DINNER 19:00-22:45


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Choose from the wide range of prime cut rare meats, fresh seafood and desserts at this upscale grill on the water.

Opening Hours

19:00-22:45

 


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Drink in the romance and delicious cocktails and brews at this bar adjacent to the resort’s infinity pool.

Opening Hours
LUNCH - 12:00 -16:00
POOL BAR - 11:00-20:00

 


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Choose from our wines, traditional vintages, cocktails, cigars and shishas, all on the spectacular sunset view patio.

Opening Hours
16:00-00:00

Wellness

The tropical bliss of the island and blue harmony of the ocean seem to spill into the Jiva Grande Spa - an oasis of privacy at the far end of the resort.

Across the picture-postcard courtyard garden, surrounded by the stillness of the vast lagoon, you'll find the over-water spa pavilions, each with a private sundeck and relaxation space.

Wood waltzes with stone to recreate sensuous luxury and subtle elegance. While the Vastu philosophies of space design create cocoons of romance, harmony, intimacy and warmth.

Revel in glorious signature treatments inspired by India's ancient royalty and blissful authentic ayurveda therapies at the Signature Indian Royal Mud Bathing Experience Pavilion and the Ayurveda Sanctuary Pavilion.

The spa experience holistically includes a Yoga and Meditation Pavilion, two breathtaking over-water couple spa suites and the Heat, Hydro and Relaxation Pavilion, with its welcoming sauna, generous relaxation deck and waterbeds. Also included are varied and eclectic culinary spa delights.