The Maldives is a fascinating place. Everyone who goes there wants to stay there forever or come back there every year. And why not? With the crystal clear turquoise blue waters, scenic views and beautiful resorts to host you, the Maldives is the epitome of scenic luxury. The resorts in the Maldives have become very popular with tourists. So much so that many people travel there only to stay inside those resorts and enjoy all the amenities. And the best part about these resorts is that there is a wide price range from which you can select your favourite. There is something for everyone in the Maldives.
1. Soneva Jani
Not a single mention of the mind-blowing Maldives resorts is complete without mentioning Soneva Jani. Soneva Jani has established itself as a symbol of ultimate luxury and modernisation. The features like a retractable roof, living room, children’s sleeping area, and a freshwater pool make Soneva Jani a highly sought-after property. One of the many highlights is the slide that takes you from your water villa straight into the ocean. Tell me this does not want to make you book a holiday to the Maldives.
2. Cinnamon Dhonveli
Apart from the natural beauty, the Maldives is also well-known for the fun water activities such as scuba diving, surfing and more. And Cinnamon Dhonveli is particularly famous for offering exclusive access to the classic Pasta Point surf break. Pasta Point is one of the best surfing points in the Maldives. Apart from the water activities, you can enjoy a sunset cruise, unique dining and spa facilities. There is so much to do in just one place.
3. Ellaidhoo Maldives by Cinnamon
Cinnamon chain of hotel properties has some very impressive resorts. The Ellaidhoo is an absolute delight. You can enjoy the ultimate luxury and also activities like dining under the stars, dinner at the beach, a private barbeque, a Balinese spa and more. The Ellaidhoo is located in the North Ari Atoll – an area famed for its diving hot spots and natural house reef. Talk about one place and many opportunities!
4. Amilla Fushi
Amilla Fushi is described as ‘An Island of Surprises’. It has stunning beauty, myriad colours from hibiscus, bougainvillaea, frangipani blooms and homegrown produce. A stay at the Amilla Fushi is one of the best experiences in the Maldives. To add an extra hint of amazement, you have access to the underwater wonderland of Baa Atoll UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve. It is well-known for Manta Rays and Whale Sharks. An island of surprises indeed!
5. W Maldives
W Maldives is the epitome of luxury. It is particularly well known for its unique architectural pattern. Enjoy activities like the spa, diving, swimming in the infinity pool, and listening to the music from the only Music Curator in the Maldives. W is unique and one-of-a-kind. From having a private ‘W Lounge’ at Male International Airport to having state-of-the-art facilities at the resort W Maldives does not hold back.
6. Cheval Blanc Randheli Private Island
The Maldives is a place that keeps on surprising. If you are someone who loves luxury but wants complete privacy, Cheval Blanc Private Island is for you. It is a four-bedroom villa with over 1,000 square metres. It has lush, modern island living with exceptional indoor and outdoor spaces. The services are tailored according to your requests and all you need to do is sit back and enjoy to your heart’s content. Does it get any better than this?
7. Como Island by Cocoa
Como Cocoa Island is another stunning feather in the Maldives’ hat. Apart from mind-blowing accommodation facilities, it has customised cruises to the nearby islands and beaches. You can also have private dinners at secluded locations. There is also an option of activities like yoga, diving or snorkelling. If you are travelling with your partner or with your family, you can expect to have a great time.
The Maldives has so many options apart from the ones mentioned above. If you wish to book your dream holiday to the Maldives, you can visit our nearest offices, get in touch with us on our social media handles or contact us on 1800 22 7979. You can also email your queries at firstname.lastname@example.org