Tui-owned Robinson has opened bookings for its new club on a private island in the Maldives.
Robinson Club Noonu, which will be home to 60 water villas and 46 beach villas with 11 double-story blocks making up the rest of its 150 rooms, will welcome its first guests in December.
The resort is around 130,000m² on the Noonu atoll, about 200km northwest of the capital Malé, and has a lagoon with its own reef for snorkelling and diving.
Two-thirds of the rooms will have their own private pools and Robinson says the resort has been built with energy efficiency in mind.
Dining options include a main, a specialty and a Teppanyaki restaurant and there are also two bars, an infinity pool, fitness centre, spa and kids club.
- One week all-inclusive at Robinson Club Noonu, with BA flights from Gatwick starts at £3,543 departing December 2.
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