While there are so many island resorts in Maldives to choose from, an upcoming one like Kudadoo Maldives Private Island is what you need for your next fancy staycation with your loved ones! Be it about spending an entire week lazing around in the lavish private pools or trying some scuba in the crystal blue waters around the island, this place has totally got you covered!
Designed by Yuji Yamasaki, who is known for his architectural skills worldwide, this site is a mere 40-minute seaplane ride away from the International airport of Male. The serene luxury resort has 15 exclusive residences abode and a private butler at your service. Feeling excited much? Well, wait till you swim with the frequently visiting dolphins! Not only does this property have some of the largest sundecks in the whole of Maldives with 474 square foot pools.
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One of the most interesting facts about this place, which distinguishes it from other islands and resorts in Maldives, is that the surrounding reef is still fresh and undiscovered making it the best beach holiday spot. With several facilities like yoga sessions with a personal trainer, spa treatments, separate bar, games room, an in-house restaurant offering a unique range of multiple cuisines, you cannot go wrong with this one.
Additionally, guests even have access to a range of activities at Hurawalhi, most of them being free of charge. Corporate travel is more than welcomed here with an in-house boardroom to facilitate meetings. The best part about this property is that it is all sustained via a solar energy panel, making it more eco-friendly and surely raising the bar for all other island resorts yet to be opened in the near future!
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Kudos to Kudadoo! While you still may be dreaming about a fun fancy vacation, this site will surely give you goals for the next trip to Maldives! It’s never too late to start planning for that beach vacay, or is it?