The Park Hyatt Hadahaa sits just 55km north of the Equator in one of the deepest atolls in the world, giving unexplored pristine and peaceful. Park Hyatt Hadahaa is made up of 50 villas, overland and over water, with plenty of greenery providing privacy and dappled sunshine.
Floor to ceiling windows flood the rooms with light, and outside private decks continue the feeling of space. Home to one of the Maldives best house reefs with a resident marine biologist for guided trips. It does take slightly longer to reach Hadahaa, a short domestic flight to Kooddoo from Male followed by a speedboat transfer, however this journey means a genuine desert island feel without any passing ‘traffic’ making it all the more worthwhile.
Why we like it
Because it's fully inclusive without compromising on quality and standard. The Park Hyatt Hadahaa sits just 55km north of the Equator in one of the deepest atolls in the world, giving unexplored pristine and peaceful diving. We appreciate that all the hotels we feature in the Maldives offer diving, great spas and delicious food but at the Park Hyatt you’ve paid for it all before you travel and the standard on offer is as high if not higher than many in the country. All inclusive at this quality is only found at a handful of resorts, of which Park Hyatt is one of the best.