October 26, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa in Hadahaa Island, Maldives
Stranded on island oasis with ocean swells that rise with the tide, Alila Villas Hadahaa is a rapturous Maldives retreat situated in the North Huvadhoo Atoll. The visionaries of this eco-friendly resort raised the bar by preserving the surrounding vegetation, using natural timber and leaving as little environmental footprint as possible - making Alila Villas Hadahaa the first Maldivian resort to comply with the Green Globe standards. When it comes to the 50 exquisite villas, the lines are blurred between interiors and exteriors by uniting the two in design, with the ocean lapping up to the edge of your private deck. Additional appointments such as private pools, living areas and personal gardens complete the picture.
With the sand between your toes, it is just a short stroll from your deck to the edge of the Indian Ocean, where a blanket of blue water beckons. The resort features a pair of freshwater pools, a dive center complete with scuba gear for underwater exploration, water sports equipment, a yoga pavilion for finding your om, and a fitness gymnasium. Sup at one of two restaurants, Relish and Battuta's, which are both pleasing to the eye and palate. The poolside Bell's Bar is a casual and intimate place to imbibe, and also features a cigar bar. But the crčme de la crčme of the resort is the Spa by Mandara, with its natural garden setting and menu of sublime treatments. Alila Villas Hadahaa, with its tranquil settings and superior service, is about the ultimate Maldivian experience.
Location of Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa
Nearest Airport: MLE
Amenities for Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa
- General Information
- 50 Villas
- Ecologically Sustainable Practices
- Private Dining
- 2 Restaurants
- 24-Hour Room Service
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Fitness Center
- Cigar Lounge
- Music & Movie Library
- 2 Outdoor Pools
- In-Room Amenities
- iPod Docks
- Flat-Screen Televisions
- Outdoor Showers
- Private Pools
- Private Gardens
- Private Decks
- Scuba Diving
- Honeymoons & Romance
- Spa & Wellness
- Summer Getaways
Reviews for Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa
Park Hyatt Hadahaa is an amazing holiday destination that is truly Heaven on Earth. The journey starts with my to-be fiancĂ© and I landing in Male international airport where Husham the Park Hyatt rep picks us up with the warmest of smiles and handles everything for us off until our domestic flight is ready to Koodoo airport which was a 1-hour domestic flight. He sorted out our luggage, check in and explained our journey time. We didnâ€™t even have to lift a finger. We then land on the island of Koodoo which is then followed by a 45-minute speedboat journey to the island. The boat ride was slightly rocky due to weather conditions but nonetheless the Park Hyatt crew on the boat assist you and make sure you are as comfortable as can be with fresh refreshments on board and sea sick bands always checking to see if we need assistance and are feeling OK on the entire ride to the island. As we arrived at the resort at about 3am in the morning we were taken to our Sunset water villa via a buggy where we would spend the next 7 nights. We were tired so we were so grateful that they checked us in and did everything for us at the Villa. The next morning we were greeted by our hosts, Shifaz and Sharaf and the rest of the staff always go above and beyond to make sure our holiday was perfect. The service at Park Hyatt was second to none. Waiters like Shadeem and Akram (aka Ronaldo) who were always offering to take photos for us at our private dinners and made each dinner a night to remember with their exceptional 6* customer service! Shifaz, Sharaf and the crew also going that extra mile to become a videographer for when my fiancĂ© proposed on our first private dinner! Sangitha and Mark from the bar always checked on us to see if we needed anything by the poolside or at the bar. Shuja and Satheesan the breakfast waiters who would always greet us every morning with a warm smile and always made sure that we were looked after. The head chef even came out and gave us his recipe for the dishes we loved. You could clearly see his passion for food! Every single staff member was outstanding and definitely the best hotel we have stayed at with every staff so attentive and going above and beyond to meet our expectations. Thanks to Pravin Kumar the GM who is always more than willing to share his passion and knowledge of the island and how hard they work to make the resort so eco-friendly by preserving the natural beauty of the island. The hotels passion for world conservation has given my fiancĂ© and I a new appreciation for preserving the environment and we have brought home some tips on how we can live a plastic free life when we go home. We will miss the beauty and staff of this resort. The stunning views of their sea creatures, corals, sandy white powder like sands on the beach and crystal clear waters. Sunsets and sunrises from our Villa and just enjoying the true beauty of nature at its best!! Cannot wait to return to this surreal dreamlike island where life was just PERFECT! Thank You Park Hyatt Hadahaa and the wonderful staff who now feel like family for making our stay a holiday of a lifetime and we cannot wait to revisit paradise.
Wendyzhou - Sydney, Australia
First time to the Maldives and got to experience the Park Hyatt. Private beach villa with a private pool. Just amazing island, low key, gorgeous. Loved it. Food was very good. The staff were great. We had a private dinner on the beach at sunset one of the nights. It could have not been more perfect. Also, if you get the chance, do the Island Grill for dinner and get the chateaubriand. Yum.
Paul A - Dartmouth, Massachusetts
Unforgettable holiday destination allowing you the unique pleasure of complete privacy in the sun soaked Hadahaa island. The Park Hyatt allows you to enjoy the full luxury of a five star resort. Pleasurable facilities, wonderful food and immense privacy at all times.
The resort is a great place if you want to be away from it all. However, this is not a cheap resort so Iâ€™ll try to be as detailed as possible. A lot of the review will be good based. Since youâ€™re on a remote island, itâ€™s important to know how youâ€™ll survive :) We stayed 1 night on the island villa and 3 nights on the water villa. The island villa rooms are much larger and offer private beach access. The water villas are great for obvious reasons. The decks offers direct access to the water and also great views of the sunsets. The one downside of the water villas is that it can be noisy at night due to the wind / waves (Iâ€™m sure this is prevalent in all water villas at any resort) The positives: - The staff was absolutely amazing. From the greeters at Male to the individuals on the resort, everyone was courteous, friendly, and eager to help. Everyone is also assigned a main caretaker. Ours was Charles who is bilingual and amazing. As an example, our luggage got damaged at some point of the travel and he had the engineering team look into it and fixed it. Great team members, couldnâ€™t be happier - the island is very secluded (and beautiful) and offers a lot of privacy. There is ample activities to do from snorkeling, kayaking, lounging, private dining events to a number of other experiences. - island grill restaurant (only open for dinner). Youâ€™re going to pay a lot for food, but at least at the island grill youâ€™re getting good food. We dined twice ordering 1) catch of the day for two ($85) and 2) surf and turf for two ($140). The catch of the day was a whole fish nicely seasoned and grilled (so the meat was still tender). The surf and turf included lamb, beef, shrimp and fish. The meats were cooked as requested. The shrimp and fish were also very well done. - island bar (food only after 2pm) the food here is pretty decent too. I had one cocktail (old fashion) the entire stay (drank beer for the rest) and it was ok. The old fashion had too much bitters which over powered the drink. For snacks, we ordered tomato bruschetta, chicken bruschetta, and fried calamari. They were all very good. The â€śmehâ€ť - the journey here can be very tiring. Everyone told me it took a long time to get to the resort but I didnâ€™t appreciate the warning till I had to actually do it. After arriving at Male (where ever youâ€™re coming from) you switch to domestic flight to Kooddoo airport. Depending on flight schedule, you might have a direct flight or require a pit stop (you donâ€™t deplane). I had a pit stop and the flight took approximately 1 hr 45 min. Once you arrive, youâ€™ll then transfer to a speedboat and journey for another 40 minutes. Depending on the time of the day, the boat boarding can be an adventure. We arrived late and the waves were very rough so be prepared... - main dining room.... this has to be my biggest complaint about the island. The food here was just terrible. Meal 1 (breakfast) we ordered the breakfast buffet ($38 / person) and ordered waffles, rancho huevos, chorizo omelette, shuimai and pork dumplings. The waffles were soggy by the time it was served. The shuimai was clearly made from frozen shuimai, both omelettes tasted about the same. Meal 2 (dinner) we ordered the tuna ($38?) and Caesar salad w/ chicken ($22?) The salad was ok but the tuna was way over cooked that each bite tasted like jerky. The tuna was also drenched in sauce (presumably to moisten the fish??) but it was extremely disappointing. Our last try, meal 3 (breakfast), we opted against the buffet and ordered curry ($20) (which my wife said was decent) and I opted for a safe choice of 2 sunny side up eggs w/ bread and side ($22). My eggs came and clearly the yolk was over cooked and dry. After a few minutes I asked where my bread was to which the response was â€śoh you wanted bread?â€ť.... perhaps they assumed I wouldnâ€™t need bread since there was nothing to soak up. Overall, youâ€™re going to spend close to (if not more) than $100 USD after tax / service fee per meal. I understand thatâ€™s the cost of food at a place like this. What I am opposed to is paying $100 / meal just to eat terrible food when you donâ€™t have many options. Iâ€™d recommend skipping breakfast and eat at the bar for lunch and then island grill for dinner. Donâ€™t waste your money here only to leave disappointed. I would still definitely recommend the resort but would avoid dining at the main dining room.
John H - Pasadena, California
-The place is far. If you had a long trip getting to Male, it may not be a bad idea to sleep in town for one night and then proceed to resort. Depending on your journey, you may spend your first day sleeping. -I was worried that after a long trip getting there (you need to take an intra-island flight and a boat) we still needed to check in and wait. They add a super nice touch by taking you directly to your room and checking you in there. -I had a lot of email interaction with booking team prior to arriving and they were able to accomodate- super friendly team. -They gave me a super late checkout and even provided me an extra villa to stay in till my time to leave the island. I checked out @ noon and left island @ 6P. Super nice of them. -There were some menu discrepancies. One was misinformation of waiter who said a beverage was included with a la carte breakfast and it wasn't. We also ordered a "build your dinner" plate where you choose 2 proteins and a side for X but the bill got to the room and everything was charged separately. We had to call for an adjustment. Also, ordered room breakfast and side was to be included but it was charged separately. -We had a leak in our room and they came and fixed right away and sent a food platter for the inconvenience. -Resort has 50 villas, but only 30 were in operation as the rest were remodeling. The construction did not bother me and it was minimally noticed. It almost felt as we had the resort to ourselves. One day we stayed at the main beach by ourselves and the other day we stayed at the spa pool for about 4 hours by ourselves. This was a great feeling. -We stayed 5 days/4 nights. It was the perfect amount of time. This is a place you come to relax, forget about time and tasks. They offer free kayak, free snorkelling gear, free yoga and a manager's reception with free drinks on Sat night (we were no longer there). -In the room there's a slip to download app called Staytus- I recommend it as it may give you some deals. -They are currently expanding some rooms. I believe they will become 2 bedroom villas. -I stayed in a regular villa with no plunge pool. It was perfect. All land villas have their own semi private beach.a -The place is gorgeous- the pictures do not do justice. Feels like paradise, especially when you get the feeling that there's no one else there. -Staff is super friendly, Shout out to Natalia, Charles and Shuja for making this a memorable stay.
Gabriel L - South Florida, Florida