In 2020, the Maldives welcomed over half a million tourists to its shores. These numbers soared even during a worldwide pandemic. 

Crisp blue waters and sandy white beaches are part of what gives the Maldives their ever-existent charm. The resorts are the kinds made of dreams with the thought of being able to walk right out your door and into warm water. 

The Maldives is a luxury destination that has to make your travel list but with so many options, what are the best all inclusive maldives’s resorts? Keep reading to find out which should be on your booking list.

Read also: 7 Tips for Planning a Luxury Vacation

Resorts In The Maldives

Relax in the tranquility of a sea-standing chalet. Sunbathe on white-sand beaches and snorkel with some of the world’s most diverse marine species. All of this and more can be found with vacations in the Maldives, a chain of approximately 1,200 beautiful islands that stretch across the Indian Ocean.

Many of the Maldives’ best-rated hotels offer “half board” or “full board” choices, which include only breakfast or breakfast and dinner as part of the nightly charge. However, there are Maldives all-inclusive resorts that you can look into. 

1. The Island Resort of Hurawalhi

This opulent private island resort is the epicenter of tranquility. A stay in Hurawalhi will undoubtedly soothe your soul, quiet your thoughts, and completely rid you of stress. It’s also an adults-only retreat, so you’ll find plenty of peace and quiet. It’s considered one of the top couples’ resorts in the world.

A hammock hanging before a beachside sunset shouts vacation, and there are plenty of these to be found here. Underneath opulent overwater houses, a crystalline turquoise lagoon glistens, providing views so beautiful that your camera will go into overdrive. Only a few villas (both on land and on the water) have their own plunge pool, but they all have rain showers, sundecks, and a bright, colorful décor.

2. Lily Beach Resort & Spa

Make a reservation at this five-star resort and then put your cash away since this package is genuinely all-inclusive. The fee includes meals, drinks, most activities, and two excursions per night. The chic suites and villas feature outdoor showers and whirlpool tubs-. The rooms will blow you away when you enter and see they come complete with toiletries, free all-inclusive sun lotion, and access on foot directly to the beach or the ocean.

The resort also has incredible public spaces that include a family-friendly pool and a large playground; on the other side, you’ll find a large, quieter bar and a beautiful infinity pool. 

Cart the kids off to the Turtle Kids’ Club for costume-making and treasure-hunting. Or keep the whole family together for a sunset sail and snorkeling in the coral gardens.

3. Constance Moofushi

At Constance Moofushi, the romantic overwater chalets that stand above the water are a big draw for honeymooners, but the hotel also has a bit of a party scene. Here you can find a roster of activities ranging from beach volleyball to windsurfing. There is an entertainment lounge where groups can bond over games of billiards. Manta Bar, a beach bar where beautiful people dance the night away.

Other delights are the nightly wine pairings at meals and brief island excursions on a traditional dhoni boat. This is one resort where you get a bit of everything for your all-inclusive budget while ticking luxury destinations off your travel list. 

4. Kihaa Maldives

This family-friendly Maldives all inclusive resort is situated on its own island in the Baa Atoll. It is the stuff of luxury all-inclusive fantasies, specifically for those searching for seclusion and peace. While all guests receive a complimentary breakfast each day, those who opt for the all-inclusive plan receive daily breakfast, lunch, and supper. They also get drinks at Hanifaru Bay, Kihaa’s main buffet restaurant.

Guests who prefer blissful relaxation can indulge in a variety of massages and cosmetic treatments at the resort’s award-winning overwater spa, which also offers snorkeling, diving, windsurfing, and jet skiing. The enjoyable and safe Kids Club program will appeal to younger guests and families for sure. But it’s the real adventures, such as dolphin safaris, cruises in the sunset, and visits to quaint, local villages that will appeal to older guests.

5. Adaaran Prestige Water Villas All Inclusive

Overlooking the waves of the Raa Atoll are twenty premium villas with contemporary hardwood furnishings and glass-bottomed sundecks. Take advantage of the Adaaran Prestige’s many amenities and thoughtful touches, such as sparkling champagne on arrival, daily fresh fruit and hors d’oeuvres, and nightly turndown service with petit fours.

Should you require assistance, butler services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Meals and drinks, a beach dining experience, a 30-minute spa treatment, one diving session, and a sunset photo cruise or midnight fishing expedition are all included in the all-inclusive package.

6. Voavah, Four Seasons Private Island

“Live like a celebrity on a distant private island” can now be crossed off your bucket list. Voavah promises potential guests complete all-star, celebrity treatment with a celebrity price tag to fit the amenities.  At the seven-bedroom, three-villa paradise, it’s all about extreme luxury. The resort has its own yacht and seaplane, as well as private chefs and a spa perched over the lagoon. The vacation may be tailored to your preferences: snorkel with manta rays in the morning, dine on a lobster-themed meal, and end the night seeing a Maldivian dance company perform.

This resort takes all-inclusive to an even higher level than you can imagine. 

Meander in the Magic of the Maldives

Finding the perfect maldives all inclusive resorts can be a simple task if you simply start off with a detailed list of what you’re looking for. 

Think of your budget along with activities that you’d definitely like to participate in and experiences that you don’t want to miss out on. That’s how you’re going to find your perfect luxury holiday in the Maldives. 

If your taste is more than the resorts we’ve mentioned here, then you’ve definitely got to check out our article on the world’s most exclusive resort

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