Hideaway Beach Resort and Spa released a press statement today highlighting its suitability for honeymooners, weddings and renewal of vows.
The resort, which is on the crescent-shaped Dhonakulhi Island in Haa Alifu Atoll is definitely miles away from the hubbub. Hundreds of miles, rather. This seclusion makes it a little hard to get to, but it pays off in the end.
Especially if you and your significant other want to feel like the only two lovers left in the world.
We spoke with Michael Weiser, CEO of Lily Hotels and Resorts who said: “Being far away is not a disadvantage, there’s a lot of plusses that come along with it. The marine life out here is exceptional, so pure. They’re not disturbed by boats or seaplanes. And I feel that because of the developments around Male atoll, we’ll be at an advantage in the future. Because people look for serenity and uniqueness.”
And serenity and uniqueness the Hideaway has aplenty.
Noted for its culinary offerings, which couples can enjoy at a range of dining options, including romantic dinners by the beach, Hideaway is also strong on the spa front, promising indulgence through a variety of therapies and treatments.
The accommodation on the island is among the largest the Maldives has to offer, whether you’re on the beach or over water. You don’t have to worry about waking up your neighbours.