With some of the finest diving in the archipelago to be enjoyed on the island’s coral reef, this award-winningly eco-friendly hotel is one not to be missed by fans of the deep blue sea.
In the northeast of Huvadhoo Atoll, one of the largest and deepest atolls in the world. The island of Hadahaa is small, verdant and encircled by a white-sand beach. Just out to sea is the island’s coral reef, which offers some of the finest diving in the archipelago. Sightings have included blue marlin, moray eels and many species of shark. The island is a 60-minute domestic flight from Male, followed by a 30-minute speedboat trip.
Style & character
The hotel, which has won awards for its eco-friendly credentials, is rather grand architecturally but sits comfortably, and sympathetically, beneath the island’s palm trees.
Service & facilities
The level of service is on a par with the very best in the country. The Vidhun Spa, set amidst lush gardens, offers a range of spoiling treatments. There’s also yoga classes, scuba diving and tailor-made excursions on offer.
- Fitness centre
- Room service
The resort has 50 villas, 20 of which have a private pool. Rooms offer contemporary and rustic touches but are small for this price bracket.
Food & drink
There’s a good choice of restaurants, including The Dining Room, which has lovely ocean views, The Island Grill, offering regionally inspired cuisine. Meanwhile, the contemporary poolside bar and the unique Dhoni are great places to sit back, unwind and enjoy a refreshing drink. For special occasions, there are a variety of private dining experiences, including Lagoon, Starlight and Shoreline, each showcasing a unique aspect of the island. In-villa dining is available at any time.
What Makes Your Stay Remarkable
- 50 villas – Nestled within native vegetation ensuring tranquility or perched over the water with sweeping ocean vistas
- Soft sandy beach – Direct access from villas via private pathway to the powdery white beach encircling the island
- House reef – 360° house reef abundant with marine life; resident turtles, black tip reef sharks and more
- Snorkeling and diving – The secluded atoll offers some of the best diving in Maldives for beginners and advanced divers
- Private dining – Experience the magic of various dining venues around the island, inspired by the natural surroundings
Diving in the Maldives
Located in one of the deepest natural atolls in the world and with only seven Maldives resorts, guests are spoilt with some of the best diving in Maldives.
Make new friends with turtles, angelfish, barracuda, clownfish, grey reef sharks, parrotfish and many more species that live around one of the leading Maldives dive resorts. Our PADI five star dive resort offers guests courses for all levels, from beginners to advanced dive masters.
Diving in Maldives is available all year round. Late spring and summer are the best times to explore the best Maldives dive sites to see sharks and rays, while December to March offers the best underwater visibility.
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