Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa
Designed by award winning architects and set on the tropical island of Hadahaa in the Gaafu Alifu (North Huvadhoo) Atoll, the Park Hyatt Maldives, Hadahaa is believed to be one of the largest and deepest natural atolls in the world. Being the first luxury resort in Huvadhoo, the absolute tranquillity associated with a true tropical paradise is assured with the closest inhabited island more than 10 km away. The island’s proximity to the Equator creates a truly unique night sky with stars from both hemispheres being present and its isolated location, far away from artificial light sources, offers a rare experience by revealing a magnificent selection of these stars to the naked eye.
Great care has been taken in the construction of the resort to preserve the natural vegetation in order to maintain the ambiance of the island and minimize its environmental footprint. Interiors of the villas include natural timber and stone to imbue the minimalist contemporary design with an indigenous touch. 14 Villas are perched over the Indian Ocean, while the remaining villas are on the island of which 20 have a private plung pool.
Both the Dining Room and the Island Grill restaurants are carefully designed to create unique dining environments, offering high standard cuisine from early morning until late into the evening. Private dining alternatives are provided in the comfort of the villa, on the private deck, jetty, gazebo or beach. Enjoy a drink in the poolside bar overlooking the ocean or relax in the communal living room with books, CD's and DVD's in several languages.
Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa also offers an extensive spa offering holistic treatments, fitness centre, yoga studio, a dive centre (voted best in the Maldives), activity centre and two large freshwater swimming pools.
• 50 villas
• Hotel opened: September 2009
• Architecture & Interiors: SCDA Architects
• Unique: Award-winning design and architecture with contemporary, sophisticated modern and comfortable design integrated within natural surroundings
It's remote: a 45-minute flight from Malé and a further 30-minute speedboat ride.
- swimming pool
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