Top 10 Resorts in the Maldives

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The Maldives is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful places in the world. Its clear turquoise water and unrivalled pristine beaches as well as world-class resorts create the perfect environment for a tropical vacation. If you are planning to go to the Maldives for a vacation, there are numerous resorts for you to choose from. Here are the top 10 resorts in the Maldives.

Taj Exotica Resort and Spa
Taj Exotica Resort and Spa is a magnificent Indian-managed resort in the South Male Atoll. Its location in a lagoon provides excellent opportunities for a wide range of water activities, including water skiing, scuba diving, and windsurfing. Accommodation comes in the form of stilted villas with thatched roofs, some of which have private pools.

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Conrad Maldives Rangali Island
Conrad Maldives Rangali Island is an award-winning five-star resort. It is situated in a lagoon, and it occupies two wonderful islands called Rangali and Rangali Finolhu, which are connected by a bridge. One of the main attractions of this resort is the underwater restaurant. You can opt to stay in a beach villa, water villa, or spa villa.

Shangri-La Maldives
The Shangri-La Maldives is one of the finest luxury spa resorts in Maldives, offering a wide selection of spa therapies and holistic treatments. On its 12-acre premises, there are ocean villas, tree houses, and presidential suites, which are all richly decorated and modern equipped.

Sheraton Maldives Full Moon Resort and Spa
The Sheraton Maldives Full Moon resort and Spa is located only 15 minutes from the airport by boat. Set on a sugar-white sand beach, it offers an extensive range of accommodation choices, including beachfront cottages, overwater bungalows, ocean villas, deluxe rooms, and suites. The ocean villas are particularly sought after because they offer a fantastic view of the ocean and a plunge pool.

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Four Seasons Resort Maldives at Landaa Giraavaru
This resort has more than 100 villas and water villas surrounded by unspoiled nature. It is home to the Spa and Ayurvedic Retreat, which features ten treatment pavilions, steam rooms, massage treatments, and yoga.

Kurumba Maldives
Kurumba Maldives is the grandest and oldest resort in the Maldives. It has 180 rooms and villas that feature rich woods and Maldivian décor, as well as a huge overwater bar deck, eight excellent restaurants, and a spa.

Anantara Dhigu Resort and Spa Maldives
The Anantara Dhigu Resort and Spa is a five-star all-villa resort located in the South Male Atoll. This boutique resort covers an area of over five acres, and it has beachfront villas, family villas, pool suites, and over-water suites. It is a preferred choice for tourists who are traveling with their kids.

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Baros Maldives
The Baros has been popular among British tourists since a long time ago. It features wonderfully decorated overwater bungalows as well as garden villas amidst a lush and mature environment. It is one of the more affordable top resorts in Maldives.

Cocoa Island
Cocoa Island is a unique resort in the South Male Atoll that offers a perfect blend of modern comfort and traditional flair. It provides you with the rare opportunity to live onboard Maldivian boats called “dhonis”. You will be greeted by the sight of beautiful emerald water and an abundance of marine life every time you step out of your “dhoni” suite.

Kuramathi Island Resort
There are 290 villas for you to choose from at the Kuramathi Island Resorts, ranging from beachfront villas to overwater villas. When you are staying in this resort, you can take part in aquatic activities such as wakeboarding, sea kayaking, windsurfing, and diving.

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SunSeven on August 25, 2011 said:
If you are a person driven by wanderlust, you must visit Maldives to witness the vibrant hues of the sea, the magnificent palm-laced beaches, the exotic spas and many fascinating tourist spots. The people are so friendly it really makes it special
Adrian Lawrence on August 25, 2011 said:
The Maldives is amongst my most favourite places in the World. A funny but true story was told to me whilst there. Apparently a German tourist was arrested for kissing a local girl! Anyway he was found guilty and the sent to prison, now the prison was a deserted island. One year later the officers came to take him away, but he didn't want to leave! He had made a little house for himself and was loving it. So cool was the story that the following year a German TV company came to film a document based on it. Can you imagine!
Madison Parker on August 25, 2011 said:
OMG!!! I SO need to go there! How lovely.

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