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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.
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.
(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.
(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.
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.
• 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.
Came back from Maafushivaru on Sunday 16th Oct after two weeks there, this is our fourth trip to the Maldives and we thought Maafushivaru was a very pretty little island, little is the word, very small!!! We were in Beach Villa 105, very quiet on this side of the island, my only criticism is it was very hot and there was no breeze on this side, also it seems to be the forgotten side, rubbish in the lagoon, past guests rubbish left by the sunbeds, more attention is paid to the opposite side of the island by the pool.. Our beach villa was very nice and spacious, could do with some more drawer storage only two drawers in the room, although the villa wasnt awful it could do with some tlc and a lick of paint, plus the day bed, curtains, cushion covers were very dirty, no excuse for this as they are removable. We had a lot of ants in the room and deck, very annoying!!!! I hate to criticise this resort because we didnt think it was as bad as some have said, however for the money they charge it could be a lot better. The room service was hit n miss most days The waiters do their job but we found they didnt interact with guests, I wouldnt say they were miserable, they just do their job and thats it... The food is ok, we agree not of a great quality, I struggled quite a few evenings to find anything to my taste, having said that I am quite a fussy eater, my husband will try anything but Chicken in Pineapple and quite a few other random concoctions to test the taste buds, not for us!!! We felt the island lacked atmosphere, but I think this was mostly down to the guests, we dont go on holiday to make life long friends but a "hello or smile" wouldnt hurt. The reefs are ok, not the best in the Maldives Positives The little time we spent in the bar we found the bar staff, very friendly and always a big smile to greet you One member of staff who is a credit to this resort is Hnung, she is a ray of sunshine and the resort are lucky to have her Ron and his wife very nice, if needed they are really helpful Very quiet island, lots of R & R We liked this island but wouldnt go back, not because it is bad, we had a nice two weeks, but for the money we paid I expected "Fantastic"
"True Reflection and Not Emotional"
This is our 4th visit to Maldives. It is a more expensive of all and having weighted all elements of experience we would consider this one of the best. Room : We stayed in a Water Villa for 5 nights. As we checked in very early in the morning and checked out late, we were allowed to stay in a Beach Villa during the odd hours before we moved in and after we moved out from the Water Villa. A superb arrangement. So we are able to reflect on both. Water Villa is of good size, although smaller than we think what a 100 sqm unit should be. Unlike some reviews suggested many maintenance issues, we found ours perfectly fine. We were on the sunset side closer to the beach. Still very quiet, but farther from the beach should be closer to the reef and may be even better. Beach Villa is very nice too and perhaps due to lower ceiling and less affected by sun, the air conditioner works a lot better. The best stretch would be the side between the swimming pool and the water villa. But beach villas in this stretch closer to the water villa, such as Unit 122, would be more affected by guests passing by. Both types of villa are very comfortable, coming with quality shampoo / conditioner / bath wash. Snorkeling : This is the most important factor of our choice. Maafushivaru has a very large house reef and so did the subsidiary island Lonubo. So there are plenty to snorkel about. Plenty of corals but most are dying, said to be due to warmer water and bleaching effect. It was a disappointment. We imagine that the corals should have been very very beautiful when they were lively. Sea lives are still very rich and colourful. We enjoyed seeing eagle rays at very short distance, and up to 10 sharks in one afternoon snorkeling. Despite the situation about the reef which may be happening in many places in Maldives, we are quite satisfied with the snorkeling. Do note that the current could be quite strong in some areas. Water Sports : There were a wide variety of water sports provided at a charge. We did kayaking, including across the little channel to Lonubo. It actually took us less than 5 minutes to get there. We also did windsurfing. The staff was very helpful. Excursion / Activities : We joined both Manta Point excursion and Whaleshark excursion but did not have the luck of seeing them. We went a couple years ago to another resort but going to the same place to find manta rays and whalesharks. At that time we saw both. It was not the fault of Maafushivaru but it was about luck. Their briefing and safety precaution was much better than our other experience. We were brought to good places for snorkeling to make up our loss. Sunset Fishing excursion which we did twice is highly recommended. Believe me that was very good fun, including some other guests who did their first time fishing. If requested, the crew would pass your fish to the kitchen to cook for you. We joined the free cooking class on Monday and was good fun. We went the island tour where the manager showed us the supporting facilities and staff lives. This is unexpectedly educational, seeing their staff life and how power plant and water plant work. It was very interesting and we were glad not to miss it. Forget the local Maldivian island excursion. Food : We have more reservation in this part. The feeling is that they tried hard to served a variety of food but they were not particular impressive. All our experience in other Maldives resorts was better, as they had their highlights, be it in the overall variety, quality meat selection or fruit selection. Having said that, the drink menu is very extensive with 80% open to All Inclusive guests without additional cost. Although we checked in early and checked out late, drinks including all in the mini-bar and food were extended to cover our whole stay. They also provide morning snack time and afternoon snack time for All Inclusive guests. Overall : The island is small with 50 villas only. Two good size lagoons on either side of the water villa, with additional advantage to visit and to explore the subsidiary island Lonubo. Very service oriented and have a policy of no expectation of tips. They treated their staff well and in return we were very well taken care of. A most relaxing stay.
"Island food quality"
Very disappointed with the quality & standard of food, it lacked creativity & imagination for the rating that the island is given. Not good value for the money. Our 13th trip to 13 different islands, we know what to expect, we were expecting a lot more for what we paid in comparison to our other holidays. The salad bar was very basic, sliced cucumber, lettuce, olives, shredded carrots, it was very mediocre. The main meals were also lacking creativity, OK if you like mini beef burgers & chicken burgers, but this is 4.5 star rated. The 'live food stations' in the evening weren't any better, the chef's lacked the creativity that gives that WOW factor when you're on holiday. If the food area were bigger I'm sure it would help to give a wider range of selection. Our room could have done with a little more TLC, we had to ask for things to be repaired rather than the maintenance staff just do them as part of their day-to-day checks. On the up side the staff were always polite & helpful & the bar a good range of drinks.
We spent 8 dayzs in Maafushivaru and it was amazing. The resort is extremely quiet and relaxing, the staff super ffriendly and competent. The dive center was fantastic (thanks again Sebas and Amanda). Definitely worthy it
"A few minor flaws but nonetheless a spectacular resort"
Fantastic little island delivering all the levels of service that you would expect from the Maldives. We stayed during a quieter period (late Sept) which meant the staff appeared less rushed and were happy to spend time chatting about themselves and life on the island and the Maldives. The best thing by far was the incredible wildlife. The daily sightings of Eagle rays, small sharks, giant bats & herons as well as the abundance of fish around all the house reefs made the 10-15 minute walk around the small island thoroughly enjoyable. There are also several paid for tours offered to see turtles, whale sharks and manta rays. We only chose the manta ray tour and after a bit of searching were lucky enough to get a sighting and swim with them. The staff on the tour were as expected incredibly friendly and it really felt like they were prepared to spend the whole day out there if it meant we got to see a manta ray. The food was always prepared to a very high standard and there always appeared to be a large selection (especially desserts), however following the 3rd or 4th day it became apparent that actually there is very little variation of what is served. Yes itâ€™s prepared to an exceptionally high quality but it was only a different flavour of the same thing (pork, chicken & beef). There were â€œthemedâ€ meals which gave the appearance of different food but the reality was that it was the same thing just served or cooked slightly differently, which after 3 or 4 nights became a little repetitive. We stayed in a water villa which to me was the main let down of the holiday as it seemed dated and in places in need of repair. Parts of the villa were either poorly constructed or poorly maintained. The outside sofa was mouldy, there were loose timbers & roof palms, exposed nails and the air conditioning was very loud and at one stage started leaking and had to be repaired. The biggest surprise however was the bathroom which was incredibly basic. The bath was hardly big enough for 1, the plumbing was so bad I managed give my feet a bath in the shower, some of the tiles were cracked and the window was held shut by what looked like a hairband. It was also a little surprising that you could see into the bathroom from almost every part of the villa and whilst im sure there will be many couples who are comfortable to use the bathroom facilitates in front of each other, Iâ€™m sure there are equally many that are not so the option of a little privacy might be useful. Having read a few other posts it sounds like there are plans to renovate the villas so it might be worth asking for a new villa or enquiring if they have been done before you book. The final minor point related to the lack of a living area within the villa. Aside from the outside balcony there was only a small sofa in the bedroom to sit (other than the bed) to read or unwind and you donâ€™t always want to go to bed in the afternoon just to read a book or sit down. This was the 2nd island in the Maldives that weâ€™ve stayed on and the last resort contained a separate living area with sofaâ€™s and a TV which provided a more relaxing space to enjoy when you didnâ€™t want to sit outside in the baking sun (or rain). The nearby desert island of Lonubo was a great touch and is well worth a day visit for which fee boat trips are available. Donâ€™t forget to take your snorkel as the reefs are equally as alive with a variety of wildlife. Itâ€™s also worth packing some mosquito repellent as unlike the main island, it didnâ€™t appear the island was treated so there were quite a few buzzing around. All in all we had a fantastic break â€“ The small flaws in the villa were easily forgotten when based in a near paradise environment which provided a perfect place to unwind and relax
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