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Rooms:182, Check-in time:11:00, Check-out time:10:00
The elegant Majestic Plaza is right in the heart of Prague, only 320 yards from famous Wenceslas Square. Wi-Fi is available for free in public areas and all the non-smoking rooms feature free coffee and tea-making facilities.
The Majestic Plaza hotel is located in 2 historic buildings of 2 different and unique styles: Art Deco and Biedermeier.
Fine dishes from all around the world are served in the restaurant and the spa area with a sauna and a hot tub invite you to relax.
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To enter Maldives no pre-arrival visa is required.
A thirty day free visa is issued on arrival for all Nationalities, provided the following conditions are met:
Caution: Full thirty day visa is not a right of the passenger to claim, but lies at the discretion of the Immigration to issue not more than thirty days and any period less than thirty days.
Renewal of Tourist Visa
A Tourist visa maybe be renewed if the person concerned, applies to the Immigration before the expiration of the visa already granted. Before the extension, Immigration wills re-asses the incumbent’s financial position for the stay period of the extension. An extension can only be applied through the Visa Extension Application Form, at the Head Office during official working hours. Extension if considered would be granted to a duration not exceeding a total of 90 days. (Including the days granted on arrival) A visa fee of Rufiyaa 750 will be charged, for the full extension or part thereof (30 days free + 60 days chargeable) No visa fee will be charged if the extension does not exceed 30 days, that is including the days granted on arrival.
Refusal of Entry
Any person arriving in Maldives maybe refused entry, if the Immigration officer during questioning or interviewing the passenger
Caution: The right to refuse an entry lies at the discretion of the Immigration and not as a right to claim entry.