Please be advised that all tourists visiting the Maldives are given a 30 days tourist visa upon arrival to the country, regardless of nationality. To acquire the tourist visa, you must have a return ticket, you need to provide proof of accommodation in the country (resort confirmation document) and you must be able to demonstrate that you have adequate funds to sustain yourself during your stay in the Maldives. Additionally, your passport must not expire within 6 months of your expected day of departure from the Maldives. For additional information, kindly visit the official website of Maldives Immigration at http://www.immigration.gov.mv/.
No additional person supplement is applicable for infants under 2 years when occupying the same room as adult(s) and using existing beds in rooms.
- Additional person charges are inclusive of daily breakfast at ALBA and exclusive of 23.2% of service charge & Goods & Services Tax (GST).
- The resort will not accept reservations for any persons below 18 years occupying a villa alone unless accompanied by a parent or a guardian.
- The resort requires guests to provide a signed waiver in order to accommodate children below 12 years in Overwater accommodation.
Extra Bed/Rollaway Bed
- Adult (above 12 yrs old) - USD 330 per person, per night
- Children (2-11.99 yrs old) - USD 110 per person, per night
- For guests traveling with infants (0-1.99 yrs old), a complimentary baby crib can be placed in each villa category upon request.
- Additional charges will be applied for any extra persons.
Extra Bed and crib are subject to availability and may not fit in some room types. Bedding policy strictly applies for Kids sharing the same room with parents. Mandatory Kids disclaimer is required for bookings in Overwater accommodation.
240 volts, using a 3-pin (UK) plug. Step down transformers available on request.
No Drone Policy
For the privacy of all of our guests, the usage of drones within the premises of the resort is strictly prohibited.
The following items are prohibited in the Maldives and will be retained at customs upon arrival: religious materials offensive to Islam, idols (for worship), pornographic material, narcotics and psychotropic substances, arms, alcohol and spirits, pork and its by-products, dogs and dangerous animals.
Effective from 16 July 2022 onwards, the resort will not make any currency exchange for guests due to new regulations of the Maldives Monetary Authority. However, accepting foreign currencies for payment settlement is allowed and guests are able to use foreign currencies to settle their bills.
All prices quoted and all transactions are in United States Dollars (US$/USD) at The St. Regis Maldives Vommuli Resort. Please note that the resort is not able to accept US$ notes later than 2006 series (this includes 2006 series also) nor any note that is damaged (torn, dirty, pen marks), also note that the resort does not accept any Traveler's cheques.
Starting from September 1, 2022, The Bank of England's paper banknotes will no longer be legal tender and have issued new notes made of polymer. The new polymer will be the only form accepted by the resort.
For all purchases and activities in the resort, a 10% service charge is applied as well as a GST of 12% and is subject to change without prior notification. An additional Green Tax of US$6.00 per person per night is applicable from 01 November 2015.
The climate is warm and tropical throughout the year with cooling sea breezes. Please be advised that the weather in the Maldives is unpredictable, erratic and localized making it difficult to correctly forecast the weather. Maldives is generally hot and sunny year-round with an average temperature between 25 and 31 degrees Celsius during the day. Being a tropical country, there is no season without rain but we rather have a less rainy season and a rainier season. You can expect less rain from November until the beginning of May. The monsoon season runs from May to October. When it rains, it will likely rain for a couple of hours during the day or night leaving plenty of time to engage in watersports or just laze around in the sun simply doing nothing.
Dhivehi is the official language of the Maldives and English is spoken by all hosts at The St. Regis Maldives Vommuli Resort.
Maldives Time (GMT +5); Island Time on Vommuli Island (GMT +6)
Where an exquisite sense of time almost stands still, while on Vommuli Island you will seamlessly transition from Maldives time* to a dedicated ‘Island Time' allowing an extra hour of daylight each day to fully indulge in the epicurean delights and opulent splendor at The St. Regis Maldives Vommuli Resort. For all transfers to and from Velana International Airport (MLE) to our resort, our dedicated St. Regis Butlers and professional hosts are well informed of the time conversion and will coordinate all details of your transfers.