Refreshingly unique, Milaidhoo resort in the Maldives first opened its doors to guests in November 2016. A Small Luxury Hotel of the World, Milaidhoo is prized for its faultless location; situated in the Baa Atoll UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, a protected area. A true paradise for any keen diver or snorkeler, the coral reef encircling the island provides abundant opportunities for underwater exploration. The resort is designed with exclusivity in mind, welcoming guests aged nine and over, appealing particularly to adoring honeymooners and couples.
Beautifully conceptualised, there has been no colour spared in the design vision of Villas. Harking back to a time when the Maldives was ruled by a Kingdom, royal colours are incorporated into the soft furnishings. The ethos behind the style concept is to bring the outdoors inside; the space outside is as large as indoors and there is a stunning 180-degree view from the bedroom. The focus at Milaidhoo is placed upon living in the moment, and not deflecting from the arresting sights of natural beauty, so televisions are hidden discreetly behind screens.
Reinvented luxury at its most creative, the signature concept restaurant Ba'theli has been crafted to resemble three interlinked dhonis, traditional Maldivian sailboats. This is the first restaurant in the world to be set on a boat in a lagoon, and also the only Maldivian restaurant in the Maldives, Milaidhoo has excelled itself in this feat of destination dining. The Shoreline Grill offers a fantastic array of local fresh fish and seafood dishes on the beachfront. An exotic melange of meals can be sampled at Ocean Restaurant with views out to the shimmering ocean provide the perfect backdrop. Compass Pool Bar is the defining space of poolside chic; with a distinctive and infectious energy, guests can reside here during the day with a healthy fresh juice or a cocktail e.g. ‘Pool Party Punch’, then sip on sundowners, including innovative beer cocktails in the evening.
Escapism is truly assured at Milaidhoo’s Serenity Spa. Garnering advice from healing traditions of Africa, restorative ‘Ceremonies’, such as the Milaidhoo Lavender and Lime Ceremony are performed in four overwater treatment suites, where guests can be buoyed by the peaceful lull of waves.
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