Nestled in the heart of the island Lankanfinolhu in North Male’ Atoll, Paradise Island Resort & Spa entices travellers with five star accommodation and boasts six restaurants and five bars. Moments of relaxation can be enjoyed in a spa offering an array of treatments, while active types can try out some watersports ranging from catamaran sailing and canoeing to windsurfing and jet skiing.
Adaaran Hudhuranfushi awaits holidaymakers near Kani Beach on Lhohifushi Island. Guests can take advantage of numerous watersport activities, indulge in shopping in the shopping arcade or simply bask in the sun on pristine beaches. Dining is a pampering experience at a selection of restaurants and bars boasting scenic views over the Indian Ocean, while on-site spa tempts with an array of treatments.
Nestled among lush gardens, Ellaidhoo Maldives by Cinnamon is a quaint resort boasting an infinity pool overlooking the turquoise waters of the ocean. Guests can get pampered with an array of revitalising treatments including traditional Balinese and warm stones massages. Culinary options span the globe with an array of international and seafood dishes served in the restaurants on site, while well-stock bars keep thirsts under control.
Set on a pristine island in North Malé Atoll, just a 20-minute speedboat ride from the airport, Centara Ras Fushi invites travellers to enjoy a tropical escape surrounded by sandy beaches and turquoise lagoon. Holidaymakers can take part in beach games, try snorkeling and other water sports or simply enjoy the sun on pristine sands. Appetites are catered for in an array of restaurants serving various cuisines ranging from Middle Eastern to Italian and Asian, while a range of refreshing beverages can be enjoyed in the on-site bar.
- On-site restaurants and bars
- Air-conditioned rooms with en suite bathroom facilities
- Check-in from 1pm, check-out by midday
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- Pets not allowed
Groupon’s Guide To The Maldives
The Maldives archipelago consists of 1,192 coral islands that are scattered in the Indian Ocean, spread across 90,000 square kilometres, thus making it one of the most dispersed countries in the world.
The island offers an abundance of food, landmarks and activities to choose from. Tourists may explore the pristine beaches, uninhabited islands and revel amid the crystalline blue waters. For history enthusiasts, significant moments in Maldivian history may be discovered at the National Museum of Male, while the Esjehi Art Gallery preserves local traditional artwork. The Maldives has a tropical-monsoon climate with two seasons, the dry season in winter, and the rainy season lasting from April until the end of October, featuring temperatures of up to 33°C with an average amount of rainfall of approx. 2,540 mm in the north of the island.