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Glamorous resort on a pristine island, a 40-minute speedboat ride from Malé — Hideaway Report
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The 33 freestanding accommodations resemble a phalanx of dhonis (traditional Maldivian fishing boats), but the interiors are best described as New England beach hut meets National Geographic. — Condé Nast Traveler
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5 reviews
Natures wonders compete with creature comforts in this secluded, tropical island setting.  — Gayot
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The resort’s biggest attraction is its 82 stunning villas, all superbly realised homages to ultimate luxury, crammed full of gorgeous Asian furnishings and with stunning outdoor bathrooms. — Lonely Planet
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7 reviews
Rightly one of the most famous resorts in the country, ecofabulous Soneva Fushi is the place to get back to nature in style. — Lonely Planet
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One & Only Reethi Rah is still king of the Maldivian resorts. — Lonely Planet
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With sandy-floored restaurants, beach bars and elegant villas, this all-inc retreat is barefoot luxury at its best. — Jetsetter
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Formerly Soneva Gili by Six Senses On the private island of Lankanfushi in the North Malé Atoll, the Soneva Gili resort is situated on one of the largest lagoons in the Maldives. — Travel + Leisure
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Two private islands in the Maldives with overwater villas and an underwater restaurant. — Jetsetter
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Meaning 'bon voyage' in Dhivehi, Niyama is indeed an excellent way to ensure you have a good trip to Maldives. — Lonely Planet
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5 reviews
Getting to this island resort is the hard part: From Malé’s international airport, it’s another 45-minute domestic hop to the Gaafu Alifu Atoll, followed by 25-minute speedboat ride. — Condé Nast Traveler
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5 reviews
Sci-fi-esque white-cube villas are laid out along the beach and over the reef, and it’s home to the Maldives’ first luxury stilted treehouses. — Mr & Mrs Smith
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5 reviews
As one of the island nation's very finest hotels, it's absolutely worth it – fabulously expensive, but also generally fabulous, this is the epitome of barefoot luxury. — The Telegraph
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You expect pristine beaches, waving palms, lush vegetation, and the bluest of all seas (de rigeur for all Maldives resorts), but when you fly into this, the very last island resort in the Maldives, just south of the Equator, you’ll also be flying into a piece of World War II history — Fodor's
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4 reviews
At Como Maalifushi, your most taxing daily decision will be which swimwear to wear. — Mr & Mrs Smith
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6 reviews
Understated, sophisticated class jumps out at you from the moment you arrive...This is a great choice for a luxurious and romantic getaway. — Lonely Planet
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Fesdu has one of the best 'house reefs' of all the resort islands, which means spectacular dive and snorkel spots right off the beach, as opposed to the boat rides often required elsewhere — Condé Nast Traveler
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6 reviews
The five-pearl Constance Halaveli is almost too good to be true — Oyster
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An island retreat without the bravado associated with many of the extravagant new Maldivian resorts, Mirihi maintains a focus on its beautiful surroundings. — The Telegraph
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Kanuhura is a sumptuous, impressive place with magnificent beaches, stunning accommodation and top-notch food — Lonely Planet
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