The Second Edition of Lhaviyani Housekeepers Challenge to be Held on 12th September 2018

PUBLISHED September 10, 2018

The housekeeping department of Kuredu Resort Maldives is organising the second annual "Lhaviyani Housekeepers Challenge" which will be held on 12th September in order to celebrate the International Housekeeping week of 2018.

According to a statement by Kuredu, the Competition aims to create a platform to showcase the talents of the housekeepers while envisaging and motivating them to enrich the talents and improve productivity. It will also help build a better relationship between the neighbouring and sister resorts, the resort further states.

The resort has invited the following neighbouring and sister resorts to fill out the participation form  of the competition and mail it to them before 5th September 2018.

  • Kuredu Island Resort and Spa (As a hosting resort)
  • Komandoo Maldives
  • Hurawalhi Island Resort
  • Atmosphere Kanifushi
  • Kanuhura Maldives
  • Palm Beach Resort and Spa
  • Cocoon Maldives
  • Fushifaru maldives

The resorts can only participate with one team consisting of three members. Each team will be asked to complete the task of making the bed to finishing the decoration within the given time frame. Teams will be allowed to use Towel Art/Origami as part of their decoration. However, all the materials used for decoration should be prepared and carved on the spot within the given 30 minutes.

To be fair for all, Kuredu will outsource the judging panel so that there won't be any judges belonging to the hosting resort. The Champions of the competition will be awarded $250 while the runner-up with $150 and second runner-up $100.

Kuredu Resort & Spa, Maldives, sits on the northern tip of the Lhaviyani Atoll, a 40-minute seaplane flight from Male. Kuredu Resort & Spa stretches over 3km of pristine white sandy beach, with a large lagoon and house reef providing sanctuary for an abundance of fish and marine life. With just 4 resorts spread across the atoll, Kuredu boasts stunning views across turquoise lagoons and fringing reefs.

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