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Mookai Suites Maldives: Luxurious Hotel in Male’ City

By Srimal Fernando Global Editor
   
The Mookai suites Maldives opened in 2005 and is one of the best star class luxury hotels in the capital city Male’. The brand-new Mookai Suites Maldives offers 49 suites and the superior guest rooms, Penthouse apartments with city and harbor views, and the  Suites are spacious, fully air conditioned and equipped with modern amenities. Luxury Mookai  suites  in the  Maldives has a rich legacy being part of  a chain  of  luxury star class hotels and resorts  operated  by Kaimoo Travels and Hotel Services Pvt Ltd a leading tourism company in the Maldives founded by  Kandi Ahmed Ismail and Moomina Haleem in 1979. 
 
Mohamed Manih Ahmed, the company's second generation managing director of said “ In 2001, I  joined Kaimoo Travels and Hotel Services Pvt Ltd as its Managing  Director and today the company has  three  star class resorts and three Hotels  Mookai  Hotels, Mookai Suites and Kam Hotel operating in the Maldives”.     
                                                                             
 
 
 
 
 
Photo: (l-r) Ibrahim Ali, General Manager of Mookai Hotels, Mookai Suites and Kam Hotel with Srimal Fernando
 
The Mookai  suites are ideally placed for visiting this spectacular city.  Mookai suites in Maldives is just a short stroll away from the National Museum and the National Library of Maldives, and Malé Friday Mosque. All rooms in the Luxury Suites Hotel offers unique, spacious accommodation in an elegant, relaxed atmosphere. The Mookai Suites rooms feature contemporary décor and integrated bathrooms.

In the last ten years Mookai suites catered to around 150, 000 guests from 2005 to 2015. Mookai Suites is looking to tap the large and growing Asian market. The hotel occupancy rates of Indian guests averaged 14 percent. In recent years Mookai Suites hotel has introduced an exceptionally modern and state of the art seminars and conferencing facility.

Recently the Diplomatic Society Global Editor Srimal Fernando was invited to Mookai suites by Mr Ibrahim Ali, General Manager for Mookai Suites, Mookai Hotels and Kam Hotel.  While being shown around the luxurious hotel, Mr Ali said, “I was General Manager of the three hotels, Mookai Suites, Mookai Hotels and Kam Hotel from 2012. There are nine floors and forty nine rooms at Mookai suites   and the luxury rooms at Mookai suites with a space of 1350 square feet.”

Exclusively located Maldives finest Mookai Hotel in the heart of the city provides immediate access to swimming pool facilities to guests from Molokai suites. Located 100 meters from the Male’ Jetty, the eleven floor, fifty one room Star Class Mookai is one of most luxurious hotel and  apartments in this area. The guest rooms at the Mookai Hotel are spacious, warm and each spacious guest room at the hotel gives guests a feel of private urban residence.  “Over the years Mookai Hotels catered to over 250,000 guests from 2002 to 2015,” said General Manager Ibrahim Ali.
 


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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May 2017 Edition

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