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Maafushivaru staat in de Top 10 van meest romantische hotels in Azië. Het eiland is kleinschalig en idyllisch.
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Maafushivaru staat in de Top 10 van meest romantische hotels in Azië. Het eiland is kleinschalig en idyllisch.
SpecialGratis nachten: Vrijwel het gehele jaar zijn er gratis nachten specials van toepassing bij een verblijf van minimaal zeven nachten. Vraagt u ons naar de details.
Vroegboekkorting: Tussen 06.01.17-30.04.17 ontvangt u een vroegboekkorting van 5% bij een verblijf van minimaal vijf nachten en indien u uiterlijk 90 dagen voor aankomst reserveert. Informeert u hiernaar bij boeking.
Maaltijd Upgrade: Tussen 01.03.17-30.04.17 ontvangt u gratis een maaltijd upgrade van Vol Pension naar All Inclusive.
Honeymoon: Honeymooners ontvangen het gehele jaar leuke extra's zoals een diner bij kaarslicht op het strand met een fles wijn bij een verblijf van minimaal vijf nachten.
(per persoon, 7 nachten, inclusief vluchten)
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Upgrade your stayBij Maafushivaru kunt u All Inclusive bijboeken. De maaltijden, drankjes en een high tea inclusief snacks zijn dan inbegrepen.
(112m2) Airco, WiFi, flatscreen televisie, DVD-speler, iPod-dockingstation, kluisje, minibar, espresso-apparaat, theezetfaciliteiten en een halfopen badkamer met regendouche. De villa's beschikken over een terras met zitje en ligbedden en liggen aan het strand.
(100m2) Airco, WiFi, flatscreen televisie, DVD-speler, iPod-dockingstation, kluisje, minibar, espresso-apparaat, theezetfaciliteiten en een badkamer met bad en regendouche. De villa's zijn gebouwd op palen boven het water en beschikken over een terras met zitje en ligbedden en liggen aan het strand.
(125m2) Airco, WiFi, flatscreen televisie, DVD-speler, iPod-dockingstation, kluisje, minibar, espresso-apparaat, theezetfaciliteiten en een halfopen badkamer met regendouche. In totaal zijn er twee Pool Villa's die samen beschikken over één privé-zwembad, hierdoor is een verblijf in deze villa's uitermate geschikt voor een familie of samenreizenden koppels. De villa's liggen aan het strand en zijn allebei voorzien van een terras met zitje en ligbedden.
All InclusiveAlle maaltijden in het Cuisine Gallery Restaurant, 20% korting op maaltijden in 135° East, geselecteerde (non-)alcoholische drankjes (huismerk mineraalwater, frisdrank, huiswijn per glas, Carlsberg tapbier en likeuren), de minibar wordt dagelijks bijgevuld v.w.b. huismerk mineraalwater en frisdrank, dagelijks een high tea in de Library Lounge tussen 15.00-17.00 uur (thee, koffie en snacks), gebruik van een snorkeluitrusting en één Sunset Cruise (per persoon per verblijf).
Gelegen in de Zuid-Ari Atol op 25 minuten vliegen (per watervliegtuig) vanaf Malé Airport.
Overzichtskaartje Malediven: ligging der atollen
• 2 Restaurants
• 2 Bars
• Watersportcentrum met PADI-duikschool
• Watersportmogelijkheden zoals snorkelen, duiken, kajakvaren en windsurfen
• Excursiemogelijkheden zoals een boottocht naar een verlaten nabijgelegen eiland
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.
We stayed at this beautiful resort end of February beginning of March 2017 for 12 nights in an over the water sunset villa. The main island and the smaller sister island Lonubo are delightful. We couldn't have been more pleased in choosing this resort as our first experience of the Maldives. We decided to visit the Maldives for my wife's 50th birthday. I contacted the resort prior to travelling to arrange a private dinner on the beach for my wife. On the day we arrived the weather was a bit unpleasant so I asked if I could change the meal to the next night which they were only too pleased to do. The private dining on the beach was very special and the quality of the food was excellent. They even included a birthday cake for my wife. Both islands were very well kept and the staff were very attentive. They really made every effort for guests to enjoy their stay. The small island can be visited three times a day at no charge and I would thoroughly recommend going there more than once. We were lucky enough to be there on our own on one visit. The resort has a resident marine biologist who accompanies you on snorkelling trips. Her knowledge and experience is invaluable. She had time for everyone having a real passion for her subject. She took pictures on both trips to help identify the different manta rays and turtles and let us have access to the pictures which were amazing. The accommodation was very comfortable and spacious. Other reviews are a bit negative over the tiredness of the bathrooms and I agree they could do with a make over but they are completely fine and didn't have any effect on our enjoyment of the resort. The buffet restaurant does offer a good choice but after paying extra for a private meal the quality isn't the same. I would have liked a better choice of sea food at the buffet. The Japanese restaurant 135degrees is excellent and the chefs show in cooking the food is amazing as is the food. Definitely recommend this restaurant. The pool bar (the only bar) is very comfortable and the staff really look after you. The spa and gym which we used was of a good standard and again the staff were excellent. Using the equipment in the gym with a view out to sea is incredible. Use of the sauna steam room whirl pool and loungers is free and you pay for any treatments. I would recommend you visiting the resorts own website before travelling as you check out all the facilities menu's etc before you go. All in all we had a terrific holiday at the resort.
We stayed at Maafushivaru for 10 nights in mid-February in a water villa and had a really lovely holiday. The resort is small, even by Maldivian standards, but is generally well arranged so that it feels more spacious than it actually is. The main buildings â€“ reception, lounge (called the coffee shop), restaurant and bar â€“ are together and adjacent to the beautiful swimming pool, with the watersports centre, dive centre, teppanyaki restaurant and small spa and gym dotted around the island. The main restaurant is where most guests have breakfast, lunch and dinner. In addition, if you were extra hungry (or greedy!) you could have mid-morning snacks and afternoon tea in the lounge/coffee shop. Food was of a good standard and there was a wide choice available at all meals to suit everyoneâ€™s taste, including American, English, Indian, Asian and Maldivian. There were a number of hot and cold stations where you served yourself and, in addition, there was a â€˜liveâ€™ station where the chefs would cook you something to order. For breakfast, this meant eggs of any sort including omelettes, as well as bacon, sausages, and for lunch and dinner such things as the fish of the day and often steak or noodles or the like. There were also at least two curries on offer here for dinner too. We had the all-inclusive package and, because the food was good in the buffet, we only chose to eat once at the teppanyaki restaurant (you get a 20% discount there if you are on the all-inclusive package). You are assigned a waiter in the restaurant for all of your stay, so you get to know a friendly face, and all of the waiters are polite and obliging. The bar is lovely, with the standard sand floor and plenty of comfortable chairs plus seats around the bar itself. The cocktail menu is extensive and almost all are included if you are on the all-inclusive package, as are branded spirits and both bottled and two draft beers. The bar staff were brilliant and went out of their way to make us feel welcome and well looked after. There was frequently some sort of entertainment in the evenings, from a film at the outdoor cinema to live music from a duo. This could sometimes be a bit loud but we certainly couldnâ€™t hear it from our water villa (Iâ€™m not sure the same could be said for the beach villas nearest the bar). If your idea of getting away from it all is complete peace and quiet, this place probably isnâ€™t for you, but it was pleasant enough entertainment and likely fine for most people. There are plenty of stretches of sand all around the island and a lovely big sweep in front of the pool and bar, where you will often see rays swimming about. There were a number of sun loungers along this stretch of sand and around the pool for anyone to use. In addition, sun loungers are spread along almost all of the other stretches of beach around the island. We were told by the staff in reception that these were for the use of any of the islandâ€™s guests when we asked, as we had been concerned that, because they tended to be set out in pairs in front of the beach villas, they may be for the exclusive use of the beach villa residents. The reception staff assured us this wasnâ€™t the case (beach villas did in fact have their own sun loungers closer to each villa) but the residents themselves seemed to get a little shirty when we used these loungers. So we tended to keep to the loungers in front of the bar where there werenâ€™t any villa residents to upset. A little tip for the hotel might be to not set all of the other loungers in pairs in front of each beach villa, as they give the impression that they are exclusive to that villa. The reception staff were polite and attentive and the resortâ€™s marine biologist, Nicole, was friendly and very knowledgeable when we took the Manta Ray snorkelling trip (this was excellent and we can highly recommend it). We had a couple of issues during our stay with things like the wi-fi and air conditioning in our villa and they tried hard to resolve them (the air con was sorted; wi-fi was still a bit hit and miss despite attempts to improve it, but not exactly a big issue when youâ€™re going there for rest and relaxation). Our villa was roomy, clean and comfortable, with a huge bed, plenty of storage and a very nice bathroom with a great shower. There was a good sized sun deck outside with steps directly down to the lagoon. The only slightly disconcerting thing was that there was no blind over the bathroom window which was large and looked across our deck and on out across the lagoon to the edge of the reef. We were fortunate enough to get Villa 222, the very last one in the group, which meant we had the most peace and privacy and which looked away from the resort. But, even though the edge of the reef was some distance away (probably 150-200m) and it was doubtful anyone could really see in, the occasional sunset cruise boat would go past and a few sea planes took off in that direction, as well as the odd snorkeller swimming past. This meant that, if you were on the shy side like myself, you found yourself dashing for cover once in a while! But I would still recommend these villas â€“ we thoroughly enjoyed falling asleep or waking up to the sound of the waves lapping around the villa and it was a treat to sit on the deck in the evening and gaze at millions of stars unaffected by light pollution. Other reviews mentioned that there was no iron and ironing board in the room; this wasnâ€™t the case in our villa, which had both. There was also a good kettle and a selection of tea bags, despite the resortâ€™s website only mentioning the coffee maker. And staff obligingly provided us with a carton of milk so that we didnâ€™t have to use coffee creamer in our tea! I was glad though that Iâ€™d taken my hair dryer, as the one in the bathroom was of the â€˜useful only for clearing the steam off the mirrorâ€™ sort. Ladies, the usual Maldives rule applies when it comes to footwear â€“ leave your fancy shoes at home because you really wonâ€™t wear them. The only thing Iâ€™d recommend is taking flip-flops or similar for walking on the wooden walkway to and from the water villas during the heat of the day (and any other jetties you might go on), as the decking really does get very hot. But you can leave them in the handy cubbyholes at the beach end of the walkway, avoiding the need to carry them around with you until you return. The style of dress was everything from very casual to a little more dressy for dinner; some guests were always in shorts and t-shirts, some wore casual during the day but dressed up a little for dinner. Nothing was out of place except you had to cover up swimwear in the restaurant. The vibe was very relaxed so you can be as laid back or glamorous as you please and not feel out of place. Snorkelling on the house reef was excellent, with a huge variety of fish. We saw a turtle and a couple of mid-sized sharks (donâ€™t worry, they really are very timid and avoid the humans!), as well as clams, 10-armed starfish and sea cucumbers. The coral was somewhat bleached but we learned that the whole of the Maldives had suffered from a rise in sea temperatures the previous year due to El Nino which had caused this. They are expecting the reefs to recover in the next 2-3 years. In spite of this, it was still fascinating and kept us out there snorkelling 2 or 3 times a day. All in all, this was a lovely resort and we would definitely consider returning to it in the future.
We were on Maafushivaru the past 10 days and it was amazing! The staff was so friendly, the food was great (every day something new to discover), the reef was fantastic for snorkeling and/or diving. The island was very small but there was still a lot to discover! The gym was small but sufficient and clean! We had a beach villa and it took us only 10 seconds to reach the ocean! Just amazing! The silence was great for relaxing. Every evening there was live music, a film night, a DJ night or a marine biology presentation about the Maldives and Maafushivaru... so we definitely recommend a stay on this island! It was our first time and in case we will visit the Maldives again we will go to Maafushivaru again:)
"Great for snorkellers"
Just back from a 10-night stay at Maafushivaru. The island is beautiful (as is the sister island Lonubo which we went to once). Lots of snorkeling at the island - the coral was quite bleached, but there were lots of fish plus we saw clams, starfish, a turtle and a ray. We also went on a manta ray excursion - not only did we see 10+ mantas, we also saw a whale shark and a turtle on the same trip. Food and drink were very good - food was buffet but with a large and varied range of both asian and european foods. Bar menu also good, with plenty of beers, wines, spirits and cocktails included in the all-inclusive option. (including premium brands - e.g. Bombay Sapphire gin, Jamiesons and Jim Beam whiskies) We found wi-fi patchy both in public area and our rooms - not a big deal as we hadn't come to spend time online, but one to watch if you need this. There were also a few very small children (this is not an issue with the resort, but we had been sold this as being an over-12 only resort, so something we will be taking up with our travel agent!) Even number water villas (202 - 222) are sunset side and face out to sea. Odd number (201 - 221) are sunrise side and face into the main resort beach. Lower numbers were nearer the beach, higher numbers further out. Don't think any villa is better or worse, but this information might help if you have a personal preference
"One Night experience"
Just 25min from velana international airport. Arrived at reception and only few minutes to complete registration. Breakfast was just great. Lots of various items. Good choices. Staff very nice. Nice beaches. Sand everywhere. You dont have to wear shoes. Also had a good experience on night fishing with some of the staff. Boat crew very helpful. Also before i finish i would like the two staff who always with me at IT. Hussain and Maheshwaran helped me on every way.
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