The Coco Palm Dhuni Kohlu is on a beautiful island, the resort is fringed by white sandy beaches, dressed with luxurious tropical vegetation, and hosts a blue crystal clear lagoon for the enjoyment of a vast range of water sports. Coco Palm Dhuni Kolhu features delightful thatched villas, either dotted among palm trees in carefully planned tranquility or on stilts over the lagoon, with spectacular views of the sea and nearby desert islands.
I visited from the nearby Soneva Fushi resort in 2012. The rooms are simple and most do not have TV but offer easy access to beaches.
The food is very good.
The water is amongst the clearest of any resorts I visited in the Maldives.
The resort is home to 98 exquisite villas that either sit on the prefect white sands of the miniature island or stand in the coral banks for that true sense of escapism and abandonment. Because this is a Coco resort, expect the utmost in indulgence and luxury with everything from the finest cuisine to international standard diving for you to enjoy. Romanticism is alive and well here. This hotel offers an all-inclusive board basis, see special features for the all-inclusive package
You’ll have as much space and privacy as this couple when you stay at Coco Palm.
Enjoy your very own plunge pool with a water villa.
Swimming and snorkelling in the lagoon are essential features of a stay here.
Maldives Sea Plane
The Start of your journey to Four Seasons Landaa Giraavaru. We visited in August 2012 .
Beach Villa beach
The Beach in front of the Beach Villas is truly stunning!
Beach Villa pool, Four Seasons Maldives
You can do laps in your own Beach Villa Pool overlooking the ocean.
Sunset beach dining at Four Seasons Maldives
Dining out on the Beach and watching the sunset was very relaxing. The food at the resort is also top class.
We made good use of the bicycles to get around the resort . The kids really enjoyed the fun activities at the Kids Club.
This beautiful beach is all yours.
Enjoy a meal on your very own island.
The beach villas offer you the use of your own private pool.
There is plenty for kids to do at the resort’s Kid’s Club.
Your ride to and from the island, offering stunning bird’s eye views of the atolls.
The exquisitely designed water villas take comfort and privacy to another level when you stay at the resort.
The chilled bar at Six Senses Latitude is an unmissable feature.
There’s no hiding on some of the islands at the resort.
Expect your villa to be equipped with its very own pool along with a raft of other luxuries.
The beach at the resort is tailor-made for relaxation.
Live like a king in the water villas, including your own private infinity pool.
Peer through the foliage to a stunning white beach and turquoise lagoon.
Water villas offer the chance to relax in the plunge pool and survey the ocean.
They also boast daybeds for drier relaxation.
The pool at Dusit Thani is the largest in the Maldives.
What you see is what you get – in this case, a beautiful tropical island perched atop a reef.
The stunning beach offers ample opportunities for sunbathing.
Choose to dip in the jacuzzi, infinity pool, or lagoon. Or all three, or neither.
The Crusoe Villas afford you considerably more luxury than Defoe’s title character.
The easiest way to get around the lagoon.
Take a dip straight from a water villa, or the more traditional way from the gorgeous white sand beach.
The luxurious water villas are still bright and spacious inside.
A stay at the Park Hyatt offers ample diving opportunities.
Space abounds at Shangri-La, with beaches fit for long romantic strolls.
In the Maldives, the black cabs have been pimped a little.
Once you get here, however, you won’t want to be seeing the air taxi any time soon.
Water Villas provide easy access to your very own ocean to swim in.
Alternately, tree villas can make your stay more lush and tropical.
Go diving or snorkelling to see the bounteous marine life in the coral reef.