Four Seasons Resort Maldives at Kuda Huraa is and adventurous, ocean-lover’s paradise situated on an outlying atoll in the Indian Ocean. This magical place was one of the first luxury resorts to open in the Maldives in 1997. In the aftermath of the tsunami which took place on December 26, 2004, the Resort were badly damaged and has been open in 2006 after complete renovation. Now, this archetypical Maldivian retreat unveiled their much-anticipated water villas; two-bedroom suites, three-bedroom suites and the family water villas.
Each of the new water villas offers luxurious indoor and outdoor living and dining areas, vast wooden decks with shaded loungers, overwater hammock nets, infinity pools, direct lagoon access and lightly air-conditioned interiors featuring designs inspired by the vibrant colours of Kuda Huraa.
The two-bedroom water suites with pool offer a choice of configurations, depending on the two different pools and deck orientations – they could be parallel or perpendicular to the sea. These suites (3 units) will feature spacious decks furnished with loungers, over-water nets, as well as sublime living and dining areas.
The family water villa with pool is a unique offering; it allows guests to experience seclusion at the far end of the resort, while enjoying a large lounge deck that wraps around the villa, an L-shaped pool, overwater nets, and more.
The enchanting garden island of Four Seasons Maldives at Kuda Huraa lies a half-hour speedboat ride from Velana International Airport, offering 96 thatched beach and water villas. In addition to the Island Spa sanctuary located on its own private island, Four Seasons Maldives at Kuda Huraa has four restaurants and two bars that are complemented by private dining options, including sandbank barbeques and private over-water gazebos.