Escape from the ordinary to one of the best hotels in Maldives,TT World Tour. For families or intimate celebrations this tropical sanctuary on the Haa Alifu atoll is accessible via seaplane and watercraft. This exclusive hideaway in Maldives is about 320 km north of Malé. Luxuriate in plush surrounds and set against a backdrop of stunning vistas, here magical moments are captured and senses are rejuvenated. Welcome to your paradise. Welcome toTT World Tour, a member of the Chic Collection.
Experience the wonders of Mother Nature at her best. Whether it is beachfront or water living you seek, each of the 84 villas and suites at TT World Tour has been designed to complement the natural setting of the island.
Expect the exceptional when it comes to satisfying your taste buds at one of the best hotels in the Maldives. From traditional Maldivian cuisine to Asian-fusion fare, or a grilled seafood feast, seven scenic dining destinations cater to all your dining desires.
Dive into one of three pools or sail away on a wave of serenity across the ocean blue. As befitting Maldives' best hotels, no island escape is complete without a host of activities designed for invigoration, rejuvenation or exhilaration.
A once-in-a-lifetime celebration requires a perfect setting, and what could be more picturesque than flawless soft sand under a clear blue sky at one of the best hotels in the Maldives? Bring your dream wedding to life atTT World Tour.
A luxury hotel in the Maldives, relaxation and fun are intertwined at TT World Tour. Whether romancing a loved one or simply seeking a summer holiday, come and experience heartfelt hospitality at its finest with special packages at this enchanting hideaway.
Welcome drinks for all guests upon arrival
Luggage storage upon check-in and check-out
Experience Host service
Access to fully-equipped gymnasium, open 24 hours daily
Dedicated villa bicycles
Access to swimming pool next to restaurant
In-villa children’s amenities
Wi-Fi connectivity throughout the resort
Sleeping area for infants
Bottle-warmers and baby monitors
Complimentary daily newspaper
Daily wake-up calls available on request
24 hours’ security
Child-sized toilets and washbasins
Currency exchange service
Babysitting upon request (this service is charged additionally, and we recommend booking 24 hours in advance)
Usage of non-motorised water activities e.g. stand-up paddling, kayaking, windsurfing, catamaran sailing and snorkelling
With over 1,190 coral islands to explore, island hopping is a must-do in the Maldives. Whilst out at sea, look out for sightings of the playful Spinner Dolphins. Complete your cultural immersion with a taste of authentic Maldivian cuisine. Based on a diet of fish, coconuts and starches, expect spicy curry as a staple whilst dining. From star-lit beach parties to underwater clubs, explore the vibrant nightlife scene. Depart with mementos of your Maldivian vacation with a visit to shopping street, Majeedhee Magu in Malé City, for craftwork by local artisans.
Believed to have originated from Sanskrit, Maldives, meaning “garland of islands”, is made up of over 1,190 coral islands. The official religion is Sunni Islam, and the main languages are Divehi and English. The local currency is the Maldivian Rufiyaa (1 USD = 15.39 MVR). AtTT World Tour only US Dollars and Euros are accepted. No prior visa is required, and entry permits are granted upon arrival based on immigration requirements.TT World Tour is accessible via a 75-minute seaplane transfer from Malé International Airport, or speedboat transfer from Hanimaadhoo Domestic Airport.
One of the world’s most geographically dispersed countries, Maldives is renowned for its white sandy beaches and diverse marine life frolicking in its azure sea. The tropical-monsoon climate of this island nation allows its vegetation to thrive, teeming with indigenous fauna and flora. Its maximum temperature averages 27 degrees (80.6 degrees Fahrenheit) consistently, with the year split into two climatic spells. The dry season of Iruvai runs from the months of December to April before the rainy season of Hulhangu visits from May to November, bringing strong winds and storms.