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Milaidhoo Island Maldives

Luxury reinvented

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There was once an island, in Baa Atoll, in the Maldives, right in the heart of a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. Milaidhoo is its name, but it could just as easily be called paradise: bathed by warm, turquoise-blue waters, surrounded by fine, white sand and encircled by a vibrantly coloured reef. 
It doesn’t matter when that piece of land rose up from the sea, because the first lines of the story of Milaidhoo started being written last November, with the opening of Milaidhoo Island Maldives, a boutique resort that reinvents the concept of luxury, ensuring guests can write and be the main characters in their own dream holidays.
It’s very small, but the resort-island is perfect for nature lovers, given the abundance of tropical vegetation, and the reef, entirely embracing it, is ideal for scuba diving. Fishing, non-motorised water sports, dolphin, manta ray and whale shark watching, and other conservation activities led by a marine biologist are perfect options to intersperse moments of dolce far niente.

Milaidhoo Island Maldives provides a compelling venue for informality, romantic strolls, candlelit dinners, baths perfumed with flower petals.

But the isla bonita, in addition to the Indian Ocean, has another ocean of attractions. Despite being a five-star resort, Milaidhoo Island Maldives provides a compelling venue for informality, romantic strolls, candlelit dinners, baths perfumed with flower petals, or other treats. Each of the 50 spacious, air-conditioned villas – with furniture inspired by Maldivian motifs and thatched roofs – has a private freshwater pool, opening up 180 degrees, so that you can contemplate the natural beauty of the island. A host is always available to ensure that every detail is irreproachable, from organising excursions, booking spa treatments or simply to make sure fridge is stocked with your favourite wines. 
The three restaurants and two bars have been designed to arouse the senses, offering excellent meals, without ever demanding a dress code. Indeed, guests are invited to come barefoot. The spa over the water has four treatment suites and guests can enjoy daily yoga and meditation classes.
This private luxury island is reached by a scenic seaplane ride lasting 35 minutes from Male International Airport. Once you touch down, memorable moments and experiences come in quick and never-ending succession.
T. Maria Amélia Pires
P. Milaidhoo Island Maldives