Crossroads, the Maldives’ first integrated resort destination, opened its doors earlier this year, with a spectacular selection of family-friendly and child-only amenities.
At Hard Rock Hotel Maldives, young ones are spoilt for choice with an array of child-friendly activities. Teens can visit the Teen Spirit Club where aerial arts and self-defence classes await. Younger guests can head to the Hard Rock Roxity Kids Club to learn introductions to music, dance fitness, Brazilian jiu-jitsu, how to make recycled decorations, wood painting, tai chi and much more.
Daily boat excursions, field trips and beach activities are available, as well as water sports and diving at Best Dives, and budding environmentalists can join the Junior Coral Propagators Programme, learning about the importance of coral, taking an interactive tour of the Coral Laboratory, and enjoying a guided snorkel of the Coral Nursery.
At SAii Lagoon Maldives, Curio Collection by Hilton, little ones are showered with in-room surprises; mini-bathrobes, cosy pyjamas with sleeping caps and soft toys with an ‘under the sea’ theme await, while parents can relax with optional connecting rooms.
On The Marina @ Crossroads, young guests of both hotels can venture to The Koimala & Maalimi’s Junior Beach Club and Camp, home to a waterpark, trampolines, climbing nets, alongside other indoor and outdoor activities. For a cultural exploration of the islands, the Maldives Discovery Centre comes filled with interactive displays and immersive conservation experiences, helping children to both learn and play. Young guests are encouraged to explore the exclusive activities on offer such as overnight camping, cultural activities and interactive play.
* Find Crossroads Maldives on stand AS140.
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