The Four Seasons Resort Maldives re-opened in December 2006 as a totally new, extended and refurbished luxury resort of the highest standing. The host island of Kuda Huraa is located in a large, shallow lagoon. New additions to the accommodation inventory make the resort an ideal choice for families whilst maintaining a level of exclusivity and privacy which is equally appealing to couples and honeymooners.
W Retreat & Spa is a private playground in the Maldives where jetsetters come to reset and prepare for what’s next. W Maldives is a destination to connect with oneself and the pace of island life. It is a place apart from the incessant bustle and distractions of the modern world. W Maldives is the only place in the Maldives where water, reefs and sand come infused with W Hotels signature style and soul.
he coral island upon which the new resort is located, Madivaru, lies in Ari atoll, south-west of Malé. It features a pristine, white sandy beach and a beautiful lagoon surrounded by its own house reef. Guests may also choose to transfer to the resort by sea on board the 30-metre Banyan Vella yacht, with the journey taking between 3 to 4 hours. The resort itself consists of a cluster of freestanding tented villas, the first of their kind in the Maldives. With the launch of this new property, Banyan Tree are confident of setting new standards for luxury accommodation in the Maldives.
Baros Maldives is a resort that offers understated elegance with a sense of authenticity, value and local culture. A lush, tropical island set in the shimmering waters of a shallow lagoon in North Male’ Atoll, ringed by a reef alive with marine life. The island is reached by speed boat only 25 minutes after leaving the airport. The resort offersindividual villas created from timber and sandstone, poised and peaceful over a translucent lagoon, or nestled discreetly among exotic blooms by the beach. They revel in romantic privacy; blissful seclusion where noise and others, exasperation and hassles, are a world away. The essence of the Maldives is defined at Baros.
One&Only Reethi Rah is a superb all-villa resort. Surrounded by the crystal blue wonders of the Indian Ocean it offers an unrivalled level of style, choice and personalised exploration. The property is set on one of the largest islands in North Male’ Atoll, adorned with endless white sand coves and turquoise bays. All villas enjoy beautiful ocean views and direct access to the lagoon. Nowhere else in the Maldives is there a resort with this much space and exclusivity.
Soneva Fushi, the first “Robinson Crusoe” style hideaway in the Maldives, is set on the privately owned, tropical island of Kunfunadhoo in Baa Atoll. The resort can be reached with scenic 30-minute sea plane flight. Situated on the white-beach rimmed island of Kunfunadhoo, one of the largest islands in the country at 100-acres, the resort lies north-east from Malé. Soneva Fushi is and always has been about co-existence with its surroundings. The luxuries and pleasures of the modern-day holiday resort are never far away, but neither is the peace and tranquility that pervades the natural, untouched and unspoiled habitat in which it resides. Even check-in takes place at Malé airport rather than on resort and your shoes ‘confiscated’ on arrival.
1190 tropical islands and 26 atolls form the Maldives, lying south-west of Sri Lanka, amongst the warm waters of the Indian Ocean. 99% of the country is water! The Maldives are the ultimate ‘get away from it all’ destination with less than 200 inhabited islands. The Maldives have increased in popularity as more people seek out the ‘castaway lifestyle’ experience readily available here. Luxurious island properties cater admirablywith some of the highest standards of luxury available in the world.
The coral island upon which the new resort is located, Madivaru, lies in Ari atoll, south-west of Malé. It features a pristine, white sandy beach and a beautiful lagoon surrounded by its own house reef. Guests may also choose to transfer to the resort by sea on board the 30-metre Banyan Vella yacht, with the journey taking between 3 to 4 hours.