An Opulent Gem in the Indian Ocean

A lush tropical paradise in a secluded part of the Indian Ocean, the Amari Havodda Maldives has opened within the pristine GaafuDhaalu Atoll, approximately 400km south of the capital Male.

Created by Singapore-based French designer Isabelle Miaja, based on the concept of ‘natural simplicity’, the luxurious resort offers 120 guest villas with beachfront or overwater options, each featuring a king bed overlooking the ocean, a tropical outdoor covered bathroom, a free-standing bathtub, and an outdoor terrace. In-villa technology includes a 40-inch high definition interactive TV and a DVD player.

For culinary experiences, the new resort features Amaya Food Gallery, a market-style all-day dining restaurant inspired by the street food culture of Asia. On the island’s north shore is Ember Robayataki, which specialises in Japanese culinary tradition of fireside cooking; while the resort’s main bar - Thari Bar – serves  an extensive selection of cocktails and canapes.

Active crowds can thrill themselves with a range of exciting water-based activities through the fully-equipped water sports and dive centres, or swim a few laps in the resort’s main infinity pool - one of the largest in Maldives – complete with an impressive ocean-view deck, a sunken wet lounge, and beachside cabanas; while the sedate can indulge in the signature Breeze Spa, which features six garden treatment pavilions.

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