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Biyadhoo Island Resort
- Biyadhoo Island Resort
- Biyadhoo Island Resort
- Biyadhoo Island Resort, Malediven
- Biyadhoo Island Resort, Spa
- Biyadhoo Island Resort, Palm Restaurant
Over Biyadhoo Island Resort
SpecialGratis nachten: In de periode 20.04.17-31.10.17, ontvangt u 2 nachten gratis bij een minimum verblijf van 7 nachten. Vraagt u ons naar de details.
Vroegboekkorting: Vrijwel het gehele jaar zijn gelden er interessante (vroegboek)kortingen. Informeert u naar de voorwaarden.
Honeymoon: Honeymooners worden extra verwend bij dit hotel; u ontvangt bij aankomst een flesje wijn en een fruitmand.
(per persoon, 7 nachten, inclusief vluchten)
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Upgrade your stayBij Biyadhoo kunt u All Inclusive bijboeken. De maaltijden, snacks en drankjes zijn dan inbegrepen.
Airco, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, minibar, badkamer met douche en föhn, balkon of terras met zitgedeelte.
All InclusiveAlle maaltijden in de vorm van buffet, geselecteerde (non-)alcoholische drankjes, middag snack, gebruik van windsurfboards en snorkeluitrusting, Sunset vistrip (één per gast per verblijf).
Op het Zuid-Malé Atol op circa 40 minuten per (speed)boot vanaf Malé Airport.
- Coconut Bar
- Watersportmogelijkheden zoals duiken, snorkelen, windsurfen en kanovaren
- Sportmogelijkheden als badminton en volleybal
- Excursies naar nabijgelegen eilanden
- Verschillende barbecue mogelijkheden
- Dolfijnen spotten!
Een vakantie Malediven staat in het teken van oogverblindend witte stranden, een oneindig blauwe lucht, wuivende palmbomen en glashelder water met een azuurblauwe kleur. Voor duikers is dit het mekka; de rijke onderwaterwereld biedt fraaie koraalriffen en een enorm scala bont gekleurde koraalvissen, zeesterren en ander dergelijk moois. De Malediven zijn tevens een schitterende bestemming voor uw huwelijksreis.
"11th time to the Maldives, third on Biyadhoo and it certainly won't be the last !"
How Biyadhoo comes to be one of my favorites islands in the Maldives? I would start saying that all depends on knowing what you want... I visited about nine different islands and every one of them has his own ambiance/character. Biyadhoo is what gets the closest to what I'm looking for. Biyadhoo is a quiet, little, unpretentious island. The house reef is one of the very best I saw....Turtles, sharks, rays and thousands of other fishes can be seen at almost every snorkeling trip. Even mantas and other big stuffs like grey sharks are seen on the house reef. the west beach is breathtaking. very long and not overcrowded And one of the things I appreciate the most there is this feeling of being totally free. Free to choose where you want to stay on the beach. You can take whatever free deck there is and put it wherever you want. change your location. There are lots of little places between the vegetation where you almost have your own access to the ocean. freedom means also intimacy lots of other islands assign you two chairs in front of your room with a number and you don't have any other choice than staying there or in the area...next to the one of your neighbors, lined up like in Ibiza. If you like this, I understand but I don't. and again, you need to know what you are looking for. The staff and everyone on the island is nice, helpful and tries to treat you like family. And yes, this is a family island.with lots of people coming back years after years which is also a good sign. The dive center is also amazing with some of the best divesites in Maldives. Like Kandooma Thila. The rates are the lowest that I saw, and it's the only island I saw where it's possible to do self dives on the house reef for only 30 dollars. Now : the accommodations : yes it is getting old and yes it perhaps needs some refreshment. Yes it's less beautiful to see these two floors blocks than the bungalows on the beach you can see on other islands. But the rooms are very clean, nobody can argue about that. Cleaned twice a day. it's also very calm. Yes the shower is not as modern as the one you find in europa but they work perfectly and the pressure is ok! the point is...when you are in such a paradise, how important is it to have a 4 star room with flat screen, bathtub, living room ?!?...in my opinion you just need to have a good place to sleep, with good mattresses (and that's the case) but I can assure you you won't spend that much time in you room. and an other thing, they didn't built any new accommodations. you get so many islands with waterbengalows where the density of the clients is twice bigger as here on Biyadhoo. That's also what I'm looking for. Intimacy. You really don't understand where the people are during the day because most of the time the beaches are empty . And I saw many other overcrowded islands and I really hate that For me, they could do some improvements with the all inclusive formula which is disappointing. The cocktail and alcohol list is really too short for exemple. An other thing, we bought 80 dollar to do a late check out at 17:30 which is a really great thing (instead of waiting 6 hours at the airport). But the lunch wasn't included which I find not fair. Or at least one free snack like sandwich or pizza. But beyond this, I really want to take the time to put this island in the light. because it deserves it. All the luxury in Maldives stays in what they are..a paradise on earth and I love to know that some islands keep that idea in mind. We don't need pools, jacuzzis, or TV's. I spent an incredible holiday. close to the nature. And knowing that it is perhaps the best value for money in the Maldives I won't hesitate longer before going back
"Amazing house reef on a small and quiet island"
This was our first stay at an all-inclusive and the quality and variety of food was very good. We were assigned a table for the week and ate all our meals at the same table. Our package did not include alcohol, but random beers can be purchased at a reasonable price from the bar. The house reef was second to none and we spent our days surrounded by baby reef sharks, huge moray eels, and the most beautiful collection of fish I've ever seen. And the best part-you don't need to take a float plane to get here. It's a 25 minute speed boat away.
"Beatiful island with great house reef!"
Beautiful natural island, wonderful snorkelling with lots of fish to see, pristine beaches with lush green palm trees and bushes for shade. Rustic basic hotel rooms. Love Biyadhoo and want to go back!
"Holiday from Hell"
It was all a big con! The All inclusive package sounds great until you get there and see the small print (or not as the case may be), the included excursions are only if there are 6 other (paying) guests going, if you put your name down for any it is unlikely you will get it, I really wanted to go on the dolphin trip but again was let down, and I didn't mind paying! If you are AI you are treated like an inconvenience as they have your money so they are only interested in those they can get money from! The food is ok for the first night, after that the powdered mash, creamed spinach and curries get all a little too sloppy, if you want any texture or even chips then you have to pay extra.... even for an iced coffee, basically anything that is nice expect to pay for, I was expecting lush fresh fruits and was sadly presented with tinned fruit cocktail, the soup is powdered and don't expect any such thing as real cheese or fresh veg. We payed for the candle light dinner ($200+) with wine and taxes added, it was a set meal of 4 courses, we only had 2 that was on the menu!! I tried to complain and was told that I was just trying to get a free meal, I was horrified. The rooms are a disgrace and the beds really should be binned as my back was breaking after the first night. The shower is a joke and again tolerable for one night but again you really do lose your sense of humour after that. I didn't pay thousands to just "make do", we ended up paying another Â£548 on top of our "All inclusive" package, I do not know what year the photos of this resort were taken because there is really no resemblance to the reality of the place. The only bar is being refurbished, this would have been nice to know before we went! Do not hold your breath for wifi! You will continually be told it is there and spend your whole time trying to find it. After one week I left there exhausted, tired, upset, frustrated, hungry and generally mistreated, I scalded my hand very badly on the soup pot as it was too full and the ladel was extremely hot, I didn't even get an apology! My finger has completely blistered and even when I went to request it was put in the accident report book I didn't get any sign of compassion. Do yourself a favour and choose somewhere else to go to, Mexico has a much better reef that is still alive. Once on this island you are trapped, there is only one bar and one restaurant. I was delighted to leave and get home to dry clothes, decent food, a shower I can use and a bed to sleep in!!!!
"Frustrating all inclusive"
Although the island is quite idyllic this resort leaves much out of the all inclusive deal. So much in fact, as an all inclusive guest, I feel the opposite. There is much more choice in the non inclusive food and beverage menu.But a burger will cost you $12 and a cocktail around $8. If you like soup and curry then this is the place for you....but bring imodium and baby wipes! The rooms are basic, basic for 1984! Entertainment is almost non existent, I even gave the staff some music of my own to use. Disco was on the day we arrived which was ok. The traditional dancing was also quite entertaining. There is a band on tonight so I'm hoping for the best. The snorkelling is ok, plenty of fish to see and the odd turtle or shark. We've had better snorkelling in Mexico. Oh and the hotel WiFi can be massively temperamental...you can buy a SIM card at the airport on Male, which some people have done and have no such problems. I'm glad we only booked for a week. 3 days till home!
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