Rejuvenate in secluded privacy at Banyan Tree


Banyan Tree Maldives is a secluded luxury resort that lets its stunning sea views and soft white sandy beaches that will take your breath away. Located in the North Male Atoll, this pristine island embraces its petite size with just 48 thatched-roof villas encircling the retreat. Here, fewer rooms mean added benefits such as private plunge pools and Jacuzzi in every accommodation, not to mention fewer guests.


You could easily spend your day gazing out at the horizons of the endless ocean, or you can dive in and familiarize yourself with Banyan Tree Maldives Resort’s under water neighbors, thanks to an onsite PADI dive center, marine lab and an array of water sports offerings. 


Banyan Tree Maldives  makes the most of its surrounding coral reef by offering the dive center and gratis snorkel gear. You can opt for a guided night dive with a certified instructor, or take a complimentary boat ride to neighboring island to explore an off-shore shipwreck.


No matter how you like to relax, in Banyan Tree Maldives  you will find villas that will suit your taste. Ocean view Pool Villas and Beachfront Pool Villas both have private swimming pools with direct ocean access. Banyan Tree Resort's Spa Sanctuary Pool Villas include unlimited treatments paired with sea breezes. Each villa is its own private paradise with a plunge pool, Jacuzzi, outdoor shower and a patio or beach access.



Banyan Tree Maldives  interiors exude a beach-chic vibe with a teak four-poster bed, a wedge-shaped couch and French windows that frame those show-stopping ocean views. Dark wood accents and rich gold and brown silks bring out Banyan Tree’s distinct Balinese style.


In Banyan Tree Maldives , when it comes time to dining you’ll find plenty of fabulous fare at restaurant Ilaafathi, where your toes never have to leave the sand. By day, Ilaafathi serves up light bites on the sand, but after nightfall, the venue transforms into a candle-lit dining room for a romantic night out. The evening set menu includes four courses of international fare. For cocktails and pre-dinner bites, head to open-air Naiboli Bar. Stop by on Fridays to catch an enchanting bodu beru drumming performance complete with lively local musicians in traditional dress.



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