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Luxury Family Hotels In Maldives

Amilla Fushi

Set in the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve of Baa Atoll, Amilla Fushi offers families a truly luxurious island escape, boasting a…

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Lily Beach

Just a short speed boat ride from Male and with an all-inclusive plan offering fine dining experiences, excursions, sports activities…

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Niyama Private Islands

Set on twin islands Play and Chill, Niyama Private Islands Maldives offers family villas and lots of activities on the…

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Sheraton Maldives Full Moon Resort & Spa

Offering idyllic island living coupled with access to lots of water sports and family activities, the Sheraton Maldives Full Moon…

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Conrad Maldives Rangali Island

Paradise island resort with an extraordinary all glass undersea restaurant

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Traditional thatched villas are set over a blue lagoon teeming with colourful marine life

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One&Only at Reethi Rah

Make the most of the lagoons with an overwater spa, overwater villas and world class dive sites

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Shangri-La’s Villingili Resort and Spa

Treehouse villas and island adventures make this an exciting way to experience the idyllic Maldives

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LUX* South Ari Atoll

Unique touches abound at this island paradise such as beach cinema, teddy tennis and in-house marine biologist

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If your idea of paradise is powdery white beaches, turquoise waters and clear blue skies – the Maldives will not disappoint. Children will enjoy their very own treasure island to explore, making the Maldives a fabulous setting for a luxury family holiday. Up until around two decades ago, these 1,192 coral islands were sitting almost unnoticed by sun-seekers. Today, its popularity as the ultimate tropical hideaway has created a wealth of some of the best family hotels in the world.

For many centuries they’ve watched sailors from all nations come and go, or stay and settle, adding their different attitudes and beliefs to the cultural melting pot. And when you arrive, you’ll probably want to stay too – such is the peaceful beauty of the gleaming sands, the inviting call of the blue and turquoise lagoons and the gaudy thrill of the underwater coral gardens.

On top of all this, there’s the romantic feeling of having an island to yourself – a result of the ‘one island, one hotel’ policy on which the Maldivians insist. It’s your own personal paradise, surrounded by the whispering ocean that is the central feature of any holiday here. From the villas that stand at its edge, contemplating the eternal horizon, to the catamarans that cut across its gently rolling waters, it is the centre of everything.