Maldives Resorts & Hotels – Exotic island getaways complete with white sand and crystal waters. Natural luxury awaits.
All the Maldives resorts are self-contained. Everything needed is brought in from the outside world, and in the vast majority of cases there is nothing on the island apart from the resort.
A tourist resort in the Maldives consists of an exclusive hotel on its own island, with its population entirely based on tourists and work force, with no local people or houses.
A resort island is a world by itself. Developed on uninhabited islands, each island is just one hotel, exclusively maintained in pristine form and serviced for only a limited number of guests. The untouched white beaches are perfect for relaxation and a healthy tan under the Maldivian sun.
Just inside the vegetation line, well dispersed for maximum privacy along the beach in a typical resort island are small bungalow style rooms where accommodation is provided. The rooms, though mostly shaded by trees, allow a clear view of the beach, the lagoon and the horizon beyond. They are generally equipped with modern conviniences, with ensuite facilities.
Most of the resort islands have at least two restaurants. Some of the larger resorts may offer as many as five different restaurants. Local and continental cuisine is available in addition to exotic buffets and barbeques.
Those who wish to relax can spend time on the beach, sit under the sun or under the cool green shade. The beaches are peacful and never crowded. Every island resort is Robinson Crusoe’s island but equipped with modern amenities subtlyhidden away.
There are only a few places in the world where so much pleasure can be derived by doing nothing.
Maldives Tourism Facilities
Tourists travelling to the Maldives could stay in one of the four types of accommodation, Resorts, Hotels, Guesthouses and Safari vessels, permitted under the Tourism Act Law No. 2/99, and registered at the Ministry of Tourism.