Last month, we got to spend a night at the museum in celebration of Westin Maldives Miriandhoo. Underneath the Hope the Whale in the Natural History Museum, we got to experience all of the amazing new treats that the Westin Maldives Miriandhoo has to offer. From some fresh seasonal fare, a pop-up massage bar, a tropical flower crown making workshop — and of course, a lot of coconut themed cocktails.
On a rainy November evening, we found ourselves at the Natural History Museum for a night we won’t soon forget. After arriving at the jetty in the fossils of Britain hall and a few cheeky coconut rums at the Fossil Way, we made our way to the museum’s iconic Hintze Hall, which has been utterly transformed into a whimsical tropical paradise by Westin Maldives Miriandhoo.
Located in Maldives only UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, Westin Maldives is the epitome of Eco-luxury and conversation, and so the beautiful set-up under the Blue Whale couldn’t be more apt.
Each corner of the beautiful Hintze Hall was transformed into different immersive stations that celebrated a different aspect of Westin Maldives’s “Sleep Well, Move Well, Eat Well, Feel Well, Play Well and Work well,” philosophy. We immediately rushed to the mobile massage station, where we ‘Felt well’, jumped into the sleep station where we ‘Slept Well’ and took arial selfies on one of the Westin Maldives actual beds, ‘Ate well’ by sampling a tasting menu of vibrant island themed canapés, ‘Drank well’ as we sipped on some bubbles, ‘Moved well’ into the flower crown making station, and ‘Played well’ to the performance of Riff Shop – a sax, percussion, and DJ Trio that helped us dance the night away.
If you missed this fabulous evening, don’t fret — you can still book a flight to the Westin Maldives Miriandhoo and experience all of its wonders firsthand.