Your own Private Island Escape in Maldives!



Since the beginning of its inception, Park Hyatt Maldives is known for their natural beauty of its ecological pristine island and nearby reef. With only 50 timber and stone villas, Park Hyatt Maldives provides an intimate atmosphere that might just feel like your own private island escape.

Park Hyatt Maldives holds EarthCheck gold status and is rigorously audited by Green Globe, which indicates it’s doing more than just paying lip service to an environmental ethos. Strategies include rainwater harvesting, using ocean water to cool AC units and utilizing excess heat from generators to warm water for showers.

Park Hyatt Maldives
stands out with its unique architecture and location. The house reef drop-off is just 32 to 50 feet from the overwater villas and there’s also a steep slope leading into the blue, giving fast and easy access for snorkelers and divers to local marine life.

The design of Park Hyatt Maldives by Singaporean Architects delights with contemporary tropical architecture. Park Hyatt Maldives is one of the most distinctive resorts in the country in terms of appearance.

As you roam around Park Hyatt Maldives, straight lines continually draw your eyes toward water, be it the ocean, the vast 144-foot freshwater pool or the waterfalls. The Bauhaus technique of framing fantastic views but not detracting from them balances and softens the huge scale of the buildings in public areas.

The Dhoni reception at Park Hyatt Maldives is one of the most impressive visual features of the luxury hotel and the first thing you see when you arrive. Crafted by local boat builders, the entire roof of this magnificent structure is shaped like an enormous upturned dhoni (fishing boat).

Salvaged tsunami wood that floated over from southeast Asia was used in the property's construction, along with local coconut wood and thatch. The indoor/outdoor areas in Park Hyatt Maldives appear to blend into one, capturing the Maldivian sense of space, where there are no boundaries between the infinite sea and sky.

Huvadhoo Atoll where Park Hyatt Maldives is located in, it is the largest and deepest (279 feet) atoll in the Maldives and one of the deepest in the world. Due to its depth and geographical isolation, its channels attract gray reef sharks, oceanic black tips and whale sharks, which makes diving here even more thrilling than in other atolls.


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