The luxurious Paradise Island Resort is a warm and welcoming resort with a cosmopolitan feel. It is conveniently located on a scenic lagoon in the North Male Atoll on an island locally known as Lankanfinolhu, just 20 minutes by speedboat from the capital, Male.
Superior beach bungalows are all beach facing with a veranda and individually controlled air-conditioning. Amenities include ceiling fan, telephone, safe, mini bar, satellite TV, hairdryer, beach towels and tea/coffee making facilities. All have a private bathroom including an open air shower.
Water villas are available at a supplement.
* At a fee
Buffet style breakfast, lunch and dinner daily served in the main restaurant. Locally produced alcoholic & soft drinks, selected local cocktails, tea and coffee. All meals are served within the main restaurant time and measurement stipulations will apply.
Numbering over a thousand different islands the Maldives is one of the planets most dispersed countries. With most of the islands uninhabited, the Maldives deserves its reputation as a place to escape the world. Starting from your transfer – either by speed boat or seaplane you know that a holiday to the Maldives islands is something truly special, where you can forget about the outside world and simply relax. Our Maldives hotels are carefully selected and are located on some of the most stunning and beautiful islands and atolls the Maldives have to offer.
|Your All-Inclusive package Includes:Buffet style breakfast, lunch and dinner daily served in the main restaurant. Locally produced alcoholic & soft drinks, selected local cocktails, tea and coffee. All meals are served within the main restaurant time and measurement stipulations will apply.|
A well organised, clean and very good value for money resort. Would certainly go back. Staff always very helpful and fac... Read More
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