Why not stay at these Four Seasons Maldives Resorts?

For many, the Maldives represents the holiday of a lifetime. A beautiful, secluded archipelago, the Maldives offers beautiful scenery, the most pristine beaches in the world, and a climate to die for. If you are interested in the most luxurious beach resorts on the planet, then the Maldives, a quiet island paradise in the middle of the Indian Ocean, is right for you. The Four Seasons can offer some of the most sedate and stylish Maldives resorts available.

The Four Seasons resort at Kuda Huraa is a peaceful resort of the highest standards. Only a short speed boat ride away from the main city and airport of Male, is located on a private garden island, so is one of the more easily accessed Maldives resorts. Guests stay either in thatched pavilions right on the beach, or in water bungalows built on stilts over the picturesque lagoon. All buildings have been sensitively constructed with local materials and by local craftsmen. Rooms feature DVD players, satellite television and wifi, while guests can help themselves to massages, spa treatments, and a range of quiet infinity pools. Prices for rooms at this stunning oceanic resort start from around £600 per night, though reduced rates are available for stays of at least four nights.

Elsewhere in the Maldives, Four Seasons also offer a private eco-resort at Landaa Giraavaru. This resort is a short sea-plane journey away from the main airport at Male, and is set within an isolated 44 acres of ocean wilderness, with wide, white beaches, hidden islands, and unspoilt lagoons nearby. Four night stays at this serene and rather special resort start at around £800 per person, including a private meal on the beach and free transfers.

If you can't decide between these two eye-catching hotels, then the Four Seasons also offer a handy cruise service between the two on the smart cruise ship The Explorer. Whichever holiday package you choose to book, Maldives resorts are well worth the expense.

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