Kihaa Maldives Launches Exclusive Butler Service and Ceases Use of Plastic Straws
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9 September, 2019
Kihaa Maldives has introduced Exclusive Islanders, the resort’s own brand of personal butler service and announced that they will no longer be using plastic straws in the resort.
Visitors staying at Kihaa Maldives will have their own personal villa host to ensure that they have an exceptional stay at the resort. Exclusive Islanders assist guests in a role similar to traditional butlers. They will show the guests around the island and assist in curating the best experience holiday to make it a memorable one. Prior to the launch of the service, selected hosts underwent a detailed and extensive training programme.
The focus of Exclusive Islanders is to provide high levels of service, ensure all arrangements spanning from spa treatments, excursions and that all private dinners are booked, not to forget; keeping guests company on excursions and attend to every whim of Kihaa guests without delay.
“There has been overwhelming feedback to Kihaa Maldives team of Exclusive Islanders. Exclusive Islander, always with a smile carries their name tags featuring a little icon of their specialty. Feel free to strike up a conversation and they will let you in on their best tips,” an announcement by the resort read.
The latest initiative by Kihaa Maldives to eliminate single-use plastics and to contribute to their continued efforts to protect the environment is in immediate effect and guests are served drinks without straws. If requested, straws made from sustainably sourced organic bamboo are offered.
The resort has established its own water bottling plant, where guests are offered water in reusable glass bottles. This helps remove about 275,000 plastic bottles per year that either needs to be disposed or recycled which brings a massive negative impact on the environment.
Kihaa Maldives stated that “To reduce the environmental footprint, Kihaa Maldives takes great pride in operating responsibly. Kihaa Maldives endeavours to be eco-friendly and is committed to sustaining the natural environment”.
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Kihaa Maldives Resort & Spa
Best Experience: Family, Beach, Diving, Swimming with Mantas and Whale Sharks
Set within the sparkling waters of UNESCO Biosphere Reserve of Baa atoll, Kihaa Maldives is located on a picturesque 600m-long island festooned with jungle foliage, a white sandy beach which stretches the entire circumference of the island and a lively coral reef.
A friendly atmosphere, where guests can enjoy their time of relax, exploration and sunbathing in total comfort, surrounded by a welcoming and cordial feeling; in addition to this, thanks to its strategic position close to Hanifaru Bay, a Marine Protected Area biosphere announced by UNESCO where whale sharks and manta rays meet seasonally, Kihaad confirms to be one of the best location to fully enjoy the Maldivian relaxing and natural atmosphere. Read Full Review...
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