A scenic 45-minute seaplane from Malé on the island of Muravandhoo, Joali is described as the first and only immersive art resort in the island archipelago, offering elegant abodes, unmatched experiences and barefoot luxury, all while shining the spotlight on sustainability.
An exclusive resort signed by Turkish architecture studio Autoban. For the project, architects were entrusted with preserving the delicate ecosystem of the island while adapting the hotel to the existing natural elements.
Joali is a hybrid of the best that the Maldives has to offer. Turn up barefoot at Mura Bar for a sunset Martini, or get dolled up for dinner at Japanese restaurant Saoke. It’s this deep-rooted, solid luxury, without the slightest hint of dictating who guests should be, what they should wear and how they should relax, that immediately aligns Joali with the frontrunners.
This resort offers unconventional luxury through the lens of the resort’s “Joy of Living” philosophy, which welcomes guests to celebrate the joy in every passing moment. Guests will experience a new kind of sustainable glamour and a dedication to immersive art that has never before been seen in the Maldives.
Surrounded by interactive and experiential artistic pieces that incorporate surrounding nature and celebrate young designers, including Misha Khan, Nacho
Carbonell, Porky Hefer, London-based Studio Glithero, Zemer Peled, Chris Wolston, Doug Johnston, Ardmore and more.
Guests can explore the resort’s extensive art collection with an exclusive art map which spotlights areas of interest including those works created in collaboration with local artisans to support the Maldivian community.
Muravandhoo Island Raa Atoll, Maldives