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Taj resort in Maldives offers new package

Our Bureau

Mumbai , Feb. 17

THE Taj Coral Reef Resort in the Maldives has introduced special three-night holiday offers for its guests between February 1 and March 31, 2005.

According to an official statement, a three-night stay at the beach villa is available for $650 on single occupancy basis and $750 on a double occupancy basis.

The rates for a stay at the lagoon villa are $800 and $900 respectively. These offers include two-way transfers to the airport, accommodation in opulent beach and lagoon villas, all meals and current taxes.

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