Stunning house reef a few feet from the beach and access to 30 dive sites nearby
The sublime Vidhun Spa offers over 30 indigenous treatments and a yoga pavilion
What To Know
A 10 percent service charge per night will be collected at the Jetsetter checkout
It's remote: a 45-minute flight from Malé and a further 30-minute speedboat ride
There's no kids club onsite, the resort is better suited to couples
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Remote retreat with contemporary villas, a sublime spa and a house reef with a resident marine biologist
Designed by renowned architect Soo K. Chan, Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa blends mod design and all the trappings of a tropical island retreat. Sleek open-plan public areas and 50 luxe villas dot the palm-studded white sand island and images of spectacular marine line from the resort's house reef decorate the walls. Ceilings are high, lines are clean and the decor is a minimalist collaboration of white stone, chunky black furniture and Scandinavian-style native wood.
Bed and Bath
This all-villa retreat is made up of 36 villas located right on the beach (with or without a private pool) and 14 overwater villas with direct access into the Indian Ocean. The light-flooded rooms are all incredibly spacious (starting at 1,184 square feet) with floor-to-celing windows and high ceilings. The monochromatic color scheme is broken up by splashes of chocolate and burnt orange. All have large outdoor terraces with daybeds and private bathrooms with rainshowers and terrazzo tubs and access to a butler-style private host is included.
For a truly tropical experience, head to the Island Grill, a toes-in-the-sand restaurant with an open kitchen and wood-burning oven. The Dining Room sits next to the infinity pool and offers all-day snacks and à la carte dishes in the evening. Modeled on an enormous upturned dhoni (a traditional Maldivian fishing boat), the Dhoni Bar is an impressive spot to sink a cocktail. Or if you'd rather hunker down in the confines of your villa, room service is available 24 hours a day.
In the Area
This remote retreat is located in the Huvadhoo atoll, one of the deepest coral reef lagoons in the Maldives, which means the diving is spectacular. The house reef is full of diverse marine life and can be explored independently or on a guided tour with the resident marine biologist. The resort is a 45-minute flight from Malé and a further 30-minute speedboat transfer so day trips are a little tricky but the property offers a range of activities including Maldivian cookery classes, yoga sessions and snorkeling excursions.
Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa
North Huvadhoo, Gaafu Alifu Atoll
How to Get There
Flights are available Ibrahim Nasir International Airport (MLE) from major U.S. cities on a variety of carriers. Domestic plane and boat transfers will be charged at USD 510 per adult USD 416 per child (2-11 years old), each way, and can be arranged through the property. Taxis to/from MLE are not available.