Paris Hilton's Birthday Holiday at Maldives

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American socialite and millionaire Paris Hilton showered praises on the Maldives in a series of photographs on social media as she celebrated her 35th birthday in the island getaway.

According to the Daily Mail Online, Hilton’s birthday celebration in the Maldives was a surprise gift prepared by her current boyfriend and millionaire businessman Thomas Gross.

Daily Mail cited her excitement for the trip, “We're going to land somewhere tropical and beautiful and some place I've never been before, so I'm excited. I love surprises.”

The online snippets of the celebration began Wednesday with a picture of Hilton posing with her birthday cake aboard her flight, which was titled “#BirthdayGirl landing in #Paradise” and accompanied with an aerial shot of the archipelago.

Over the course of her holiday, Hilton uploaded several pictures of herself enjoying the tropical beauty of the Maldives on her Facebook and Instagram.

One photograph of herself lounging on a sunbed was captioned “#Peaceful in #Paradise”, while another Facebook post featuring Hilton walking along an over-water walkway read, “I have travelled to the most beautiful places around the world & this is one of the most incredible places I've ever been...”

The pictures depict Hilton in flowy beach dresses and accentuating swimwear, most of them with beautiful spots of the resort serving as eye-catching backdrops.

“Feel so relaxed & at peace here. What a wonderful way to celebrate my ?#?Birthday?,” she wrote, describing her location as “Pure Paradise”.

The popular descendant of Conrad Hilton, the founder of Hilton Hotels, has not confirmed her location on any of her pictures and the duration of her vacation remains unclear.

JLL Hotels sells eighth resort in Maldives

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Angsana Velavaru Resort in Dhaal atoll: it was sold to a Singapore firm for USD 71 million by JLL Hotels & Hospitality Group in 2013. PHOTO/ANGSANA
Singapore firm Roxy-Pacific Holdings has purchased Zitahli Resort and Spa located in Noonu atoll Kufa-Funafaru island for USD 31 million, marking the eighth sale of a Maldives resort by Jones Lang Lasalle Hotels (JLL) Hotels & Hospitality Group, who was the exclusive advisor for the transaction on behalf of Zitahli’s owner, AAA Group.

With the addition of Zitahli to JLL’s resume of sales in the Maldives, the group has sold eight resort properties in the archipelago so far, amounting to over USD 400 million (MVR 6.1 billion) in sales.

Zitahli Resorts and Spa is Roxy-Pacific Holding’s first acquisition in the island nation, beating out tough competition from firms in the United Kingdom, Australia, China, Thailand and United Arab Emirates.

The Singapore group had earlier revealed that the sale and purchase agreement involves the group's subsidiary company, Roxy Hotels and Resorts, obtaining the head leasehold interest in the property, assets, rights and economic interests of Zitahli Resorts and Spa.

Zitahli is a five-star luxury resort featuring 50 villas, 4 food and beverage outlets, swimming pool, a diving centre, a spa, fitness centre and a boutique.

The executive vice president of JLL Hotels & Hospitality Group Asia, Nihat Ercan, congratulated Roxy-Pacific Holdings on the acquisition.

“With its investor-friendly policies and robust trading fundamentals, we are seeing a surge in investor interest in Maldives resort assets," he remarked.

JLL group’s previous sales in the Maldives include Angsana Velavaru, Six Senses Laamu, Maalifushi by COMO, Gili Lankanfushi, Reethi Beach and Outrigger Konotta. JLL has also recently been appointed advisor to the sale of a resort in development in the island of Maavelavaru in Noonu atoll.

Source: Haveeru

Roxy-Pacific to acquire resort property in the Maldives for US$31m

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ROXY-PACIFIC Holdings has entered into a sale and purchase agreement to acquire the leasehold interests over the Kudafunafaru island in the Maldives for US$31 million.

The acquisition involves its subsidiary, Roxy Hotels and Resorts, obtaining - among others - the head leasehold interest in the property, together with all assets, property, rights and economic interests, Roxy-Pacific said in a release to the Singapore Exchange.

The payment will be financed by internal funds and bank borrowings, where appropriate, it said. The deal is subject to approval from the government of Maldives.