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Kandima Maldives launches lifestyle app

Affordable resort promotes smart living via smart technology that allows guests to bypass check-in and order room service.

Maldives – Practising the latest holiday trends in smart living, Kandima Maldives presented its new lifestyle app, a software that caters to all kind of guest needs. The new K’App is the new Kool that unleashes a completely new take on Maldives travel and allows guests to find out all about their stay on the island even before their arrival at the country.

The Kool K’App allows you to:

  • Check-in and check-out
  • Book or extend your stay
  • Order food and drinks from any of the resort’s ten restaurants and bars during their opening hours
  • Make dining reservations
  • Identify daily activities happening on the island
  • Interact with the Kandima Buddies for a range of services such as Home Delivery (Kandima’s take on 24-hour room service), room cleaning, laundry pick-up, luggage collection and mini bar top-up
  • Get promotional offers that are relevant and intuitive

Pioneering the way, Kandima is at the forefront of hospitality technology, changing the global trend for day to day operations as hoteliers, as well as achieving total guest satisfaction in the 21st century.“ says Mohamed Shafraz, resort’s Deputy Director Digital Marketing & Social Media.

Fast and easy to use, K’ App is available for both iPhone and Android platforms as well as via QR Code that is accessible from the resort booking confirmation as well online.

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