Dear Adam, Graziano, and Björn, the top managers of the Robinson Club
Maldives, your excellent team can dance, entertain, and treat the guests
to free champagne forever, but my wife and I feel you are losing the
main concept of a holiday on the Maldives—romantic vacation for just
married, and loving couples of all ages. The real charm of the Maldives
consists of it.
On the plane, we saw girls in their white wedding dress. They think the Maldives is a paradise. They fly here to find sunsets and sunrises, luxuriate on the white sand under strangely curved palm trees, sit under tropical stars hand in hand and listen to the sounds of the ocean, but not to listen to the cries of preschool age children.
Gentlemen, you should answer the one big question: Do you want to have a resort for families (with small children), or for adults (without children)?
If the owner of the Robinson Club Maldives will not resolve this problem,
he could lose the main attraction of the island—its breathtaking coral reef.
You can read the whole my review (with photos) in my travelog: http://victortravelblog.com/2014/10/21/robinson-club-maldives-coral-reef/
This is a wonderful place with a beautiful coral reef.