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Maldives Accommodation

Below are a selection of hotels and resorts that we recommend in the Maldives. Our dedicated team have hand picked the best resorts for your Maldivian holiday, each one of them has been visited and we are available to answer any questions you may have.

  • Small, yet perfectly formed, sums up the beautiful Baros – a tiny picture-perfect island floating within the North Malé Atoll. Getting there is easy – it’s just an exhilarating 20 minute speedboat transfer from the airport. This exceptional island is a Maldivian original and she recently celebrated her 40th birthday. Having undergone a total rebuild a few years ago, Baros is looking sensational. One of the things we love most about this intimate resort (and there are a few reasons) is the devotion of the staff – many have been with Baros for many years and we have to say you would be hard pushed to find a resort that offers a more genuine service than the one that awaits you here.

  • NIYAMA definitely tops the cool list! It offers a cutting edge take on the traditional Maldivian experience and with trend-setting twin islands, Play and Chill, you can double your pleasure too!

  • Say the word ‘Maldives’ and instantly Robinson Crusoe-esque visions of gin-clear iridescent water lapping the shores of tiny atolls flung like a child’s necklace across the ocean spring to mind. It can be a minefield selecting the island that fits your own personal wish list but if it’s an exquisite isolation, far from land with nothing but the hypnotic waves of the ocean around you, then Six Senses Laamu could quite possibly be your very own heaven on earth. In the virtually uncharted territory of the Laamu Atoll, this stunningly understated resort is hidden deep in the Indian Ocean towards the far southern reaches of the Maldivian archipelago. The location does mean it takes a little longer to get there but trust us when we say it is worth every single minute of the journey.

  • Arrive via seaplane for the hidden island paradise of Anantara Kihavah Villas. Located in the blissful Baa Atoll, an area of natural excellence recognised for its exceptional harmony between man and nature, this eco-friendly resort works hard to protect the irreplaceable natural beauty that surrounds it.

  • Arrive by speedboat at Bodu Hithi, which is naturally beautiful with mature indigenous vegetation and sandy walkways. The island is edged by white sand beaches and coconut trees and surrounded by turquoise seas and isolated sand banks.

  • A gloriously stylish Indian Ocean outpost, COMO Cocoa Island blends effortless cool with designer chic to offer an extraordinary island escape. Pristine caster sugar sand and swaying palms surround this tiny island refuge which can be circumnavigated on foot in only 10 minutes. To the west of the island lies the Kandooma Channel, widely regarded as one of the best dive sites in the Maldives, whilst opposite, a pristine reef entices those who favour a gentle snorkel. This is the tropical island fantasy of your dreams!

  • Floating gently in the North Ari Atoll, this elegant island escape is seriously stylish and part of the prestigious Constance Hotels and Resorts and The Leading Hotels of the World collection, sitting in company with the Indian Ocean icon Constance Le Prince Maurice in Mauritius. The glorious position is just a 25 minute seaplane journey from the airport – a truly fabulous experience giving you a birds-eye view of what awaits below.

  • All-inclusive laid-back luxury by seaplane! Nowhere does this better than Constance Moofushi in the South Ari Atoll in The Maldives! Rustic barefoot-chic simplicity is the order of the day here. All-inclusive has a ‘Cristal’ label ..and includes everything from your Beach or Water Villa to premium drinks, cocktails and an extensive wine list to the well-stocked mini-bar, daily changing menu with ocean views, guided snorkelling, a boat excursion and even an introduction to scuba diving in the pool.

  • Finolhu is one of a kind in the Maldives. Having only just opened its doors it is the new trendy kid on the block. Offering a retro inspired luxury island with a sophisticated beach club haven where timeless chic meets unchanged beauty. This vibrant new resort, located in the Baa Atoll brings a fun-loving beach vibe with top DJs, live acts and chic parties.

  • Four Seasons Resort Maldives at Kuda Huraa boasts all the charm and intimacy of a traditional Maldivian village combined with the exclusivity of a glorious private coral island setting.

  • This stunning island is located in the Baa Atoll, a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve, just 30 minutes by seaplane from Malé. Expect pristine idyll meets polished luxury in a wild, natural setting of outstanding beauty. With pure white beaches flanking a sparkling lagoon, Four Seasons Landaa Giraavaru sits amidst 44 acres of unspoilt wilderness.

  • Offering the ultimate in understated Maldivian luxury, this acclaimed hideaway has been wooing honeymooners and those with a yearning to discover their inner Robinson Crusoe for years. For sheer romance, Gili Lankanfushi is hard to beat. Picture a perfectly still lagoon dotted with villas, threaded together by weathered jetties in the North Malé Atoll... This is the original ‘no news, no shoes’ concept, where you can spend your days happy and barefoot, as nature intended!

  • Maldives promises a true insight into luxury island life. This family friendly and naturally beautiful resort creates an unforgettable playground for both adults and little ones, and at 2km long and 400m wide, is one of the largest islands in the Maldives.

  • Maalifushi by COMO is a new island concept from the luxurious COMO Hotels and Resorts. The island, located in the sparkling turquoise waters of southerly Thaa Atoll, features a mixture of garden, beach and overwater categories.

  • This stunning resort is the original grand-dame of the Maldives and oozes luxury, sophistication and elegance. This is where you head for subtle beach glamour rather than a barefoot vibe – a favourite amongst the celebrity crowd; you can expect the ultimate in luxury and service. Arrival is aboard a luxury yacht that takes 75 minutes from Malé.

  • Far, far away there is a tiny dot in the ocean, less than 35 miles from the equator. This magical speck is in the middle of the untouched Gaafu Alifu Atoll in the southern reaches of the Maldives. It takes a little more effort to reach a place this pristine but believe us when we say the journey by domestic plane and speedboat is worth it. The atoll is home to more than 150 islands but only 10 of them are inhabited, this is a truly extraordinary Maldivian hideaway that might just be the heaven on earth!

  • Chic, hip and happening all encapsulate perfectly this luxury retreat which is an exhilarating 30minute speedboat journey from Malé. Part of the luxury boutique hotel brand Per AQUUM, Huvafen Fushi sits in a picture-perfect lagoon of sheer turquoise, banded by the deep indigo of the ocean beyond – this is fantasy desert island bliss.

  • The original Robinson Crusoe retreat in the Baa Atoll (superb for diving and snorkelling) and whilst only a 25 minute seaplane flight from Malé, Soneva Fushi’s stunningly remote  location is a major factor in its appeal. Speak to the ‘Maldivian regulars’ and without question they will tell you that this is a legendary resort which harnesses the very essence of a castaway idyll.

  • Located in the south on Falhumaafushi island, The Residence by Cenizaro’s fourth resort is definitely in keeping with the group’s world-renowned colonial sophistication. Part of Leading Hotels of the World, this resort is stylish and effortlessly elegant rather than trendy or quirky and if you are looking for a true Maldivian experience, we think this is one of the best.

  • This beautiful island is only 25 minutes by speedboat from the airport and seamlessly blends minimalist, contemporary chic with the natural beauty of its surroundings. Velassaru, part of Small Luxury Hotels of the World, offers sophisticated, stylish and affordable chic luxury accommodation. The recently refurbished and distinctly Maldivian villas focus on elemental colours, local architecture and invoke a feeling of space and comfort.