Take a trip into the heart of the Maldives. Both of these resorts are premium luxury. They have stunning overwater and beach villas. What distinguishes these resorts is how remote they are. It may be a longer seaplane journey from the airport but it’s well worth the ride. You’ll be staying on one of the largest islands in the Maldives.
Both resorts have dazzling house reefs. They also offer an added air of intimacy. Flying out to the islands will give you sweeping views of the Maldives and its many islands. This is an especially appealing hotel combo for seasoned Maldives travellers: take a trip a little further afield and see more of this fascinating country.
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Fairmont Maldives is an hour from the airport by seaplane. It may be a longer transfer but it’s worth it. You’ll fly over so much stunning scenery, giving you a panoramic perspective of the Maldives. The hotel is located on Sirru Fen Fushi, a remote paradise isle.
This hotel boasts the Maldives’ largest resort lagoon. It’s a 600-hectare lagoon – you’ll have more to explore on this larger island. There are 120 villas with overwater, beach and jungle options. All the villas are surrounded by foliage, giving them a sense of privacy. There’s a sprawling house reef to explore. This resort gives you all the luxuries you’d expect from a 5-star resort, as well as a more extensive experience of a fascinating island country.
Hideaway Beach Resort & Spa Maldives
Located on a crescent-shaped private island in the Haa Alifu Atoll, this is an all-suite luxury resort. It’s located on one of the biggest islands in the Maldives. Appropriately named Hideaway – it’s the only resort on the island and it’s very intimate.
It’s one of the most remote hotels in the Maldives. The seaplane from the airport takes around 70-minutes. It’s worth the effort if you’d like to venture deeper into the Maldives and discover Dhonakulhi Island. Its house reef takes the form of a natural marina. This is a stunning luxury resort in the heart of the Indian Ocean.
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