This Spring, Aitken Spence Hotels has an exciting and educational line-up of sustainability and conservation experiences for guests at its two five-star Maldives properties – Heritance Aarah and Adaaran Prestige Vadoo. The Adaaran Select Hudhuran Fushi Resort Maldives will also re-open on 1 March 2021.

A Conservation Immersion at Heritance Aarah
For those wanting to make a difference when travelling in 2021, the luxury, all-inclusive Heritance Aarah is offering resort guests the chance to given back when taking part in eco-friendly events this Spring. The Indian Ocean resort will kickstart its extensive line up of conservation celebrations on 22 March 2021 with World Water Day, followed by an illuminating Candlelit Dinner for guests on 27 March 2021 in honour of Earth Hour. Between 20:30 – 21:30 pm, the resort’s restaurants and bars will be bathed in candlelight, giving holidaymakers the chance to experience the magic of the Maldives untouched while they take on Heritance Aarah’s premium gastronomic offering. Its conservation efforts continue on to International Mother Earth Day on 22 April 2021, when guests are invited to take part in a reef and beach cleaning event before participating in a tree planting session in the resort’s garden. As well as this, a guest photography competition will be taking place to mark International Day For Biological Diversity on 22 May 2021, and awards will be given out to the most thoughtful and beautiful photographs.

A Beach Villa stay at Heritance Aarah starts from £754.54 ($1,035) + tax for a double room, per night, in March 2021. For more information on Heritance Aarah visit

Spotlight on Sustainability at Adaaran Prestige Vadoo
This Spring, the all-water-villa resort, Adaaran Prestige Vadoo is inviting eco-conscious travellers to take part in a series of sustainability initiatives at the property. Starting on World Water Day, guests can compete in an Art Competition themed around water conservation and take part in a special project aimed at raising awareness of the importance of using water efficiently. Adaaran Prestige Vadoo will also be taking part in an Earth Hour switch off on 27 March 2021 as a symbol of its commitment to the planet, giving guests the chance to experience the natural beauty of its expanses of pristine beach, glistening seas, and idyllic tropical skies. The resort’s sustainability focus carries on into June, when it is inviting guests to come together on World Environment Day to participate in a beach and resort clean-up, and again on World Ocean Day for a reef cleaning rendezvous. At the gateway into the Maldives’ South Atolls, Adaaran Prestige Vadoo possesses its own exotic reef teeming with vibrant aquatic flora and fauna for guests to enjoy.

A stay at the Sunrise Villa at Adaaran Prestige Vadoo starts from £535.83 ($735) + tax on Bed and Breakfast basis for a double room, per night, in March 2021. For more information on Adaaran Prestige Vadoo visit

Adaaran Select Hudhuran Fushi Resort Maldives Re-Opens
Re-opening 1 March 2021, Aitken Spence’s premium all-inclusive Adaaran Select Hudhuran Fushi Resort in the Maldives is excited to welcome guests back to paradise in the North Malé Atoll. Set in 83-acres of lush, tropical beach, the resort is a short 30-minute speedboat ride from Malé International Airport. With tropical sanctuaries such as beachside hideaways and ocean villas set above turquoise waters, each of the resort’s unique living spaces allows guests to experience the bliss of an island escape. Known as a surfers paradise, the resort is infamous for its left hander that breaks over a shallow reef, making it the perfect destination for adventure seekers.

A Beach Villa stay at Adaaran Select Hudhuran Fushi starts from £254.80 ($350) + tax for a double room, per night, in March 2021. For more information on Adaaran Select Hudhuran Fushi visit

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Notes To Editors: 
Image Captions:
Image 1:
 Heritance Aarah is marking International Mother Earth Day by inviting guests to take part in a tree planting session.
Image 2:
 Adaaran Select Hudhuran Fushi Resort Maldives.
Image 3:
 Adaaran Prestige Vadoo is organising a reef cleaning rendezvous for World Ocean Day.
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About Aitken Spence Hotels
Aitken Spence Hotels is part of the Sri Lankan blue-chip conglomerate Aitken Spence PLC and operates 23 hotels and resorts across Sri Lanka, Maldives, Oman and India. The Company’s owned hotels are reflected under the Heritance, Adaaran and Turyaa brands, popular around the world for its exceptional service and undisputed product and curated lifestyle experiences. The Company’s Sri Lankan portfolio includes 11 resorts spread across the island, whilst the Maldives resorts totals to seven, four in Oman and one in India.

To ensure guest safety and peace of mind in the current climate, Aitken Spence has created #SpenceSafe, an update of its measures and initiatives to address heightened health and safety across the property portfolio, in accordance with national and international guidelines to ensure an uninterrupted and enjoyable stay for all.

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