Romantic getaways in the Maldives for Valentine’s Day 2022!



Maldives is the epitome of romance for young, mature and for all. The marshmallow white beaches, lush greenery of the rippling palms, incredible hues of pink and orange sunsets and clear night sky that show off the beauty of the stars, constellations, the Milky Way and beyond. There is absolutely no doubt that the astounding topography of these pristine islands were made for love.


And whatever your romantic style there's a resort for you, from castaway-style eco-luxe retreats, to trend-setting designer digs, to isles with buzzy beach clubs, to action-packed all-inclusive, health and fitness getaways, and far-flung smudges of sand where you're just as likely to see a green turtle as another human being.


As Valentines Day 2022 comes closer to us, Capital Travel Maldives has picked some of the most romantic hotels in the Maldives, including the best for over water villas, private plunge pools, open-air cinemas, restaurants bringing the world together, beachfront dining and spectacular diving facilities.



ParkHyatt Maldives Hadahaa



Located just 55 Km from the Equator, Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa Resort is among the largest natural atolls in the world known for its pristine islands and their natural beauty. Uniquely secluded and tucked away from the teeming atolls of the north, the island promises its guests with a truly Maldivian experience.


Succumb to the healing sensation of holistic wellness at Park Hyatt Hadahaa, where every experience is centered on bringing your mind, body and soul towards a new equilibrium. Other exquisite experiences for guests includes snorkeling and diving adventures among sea turtles, black tip reef sharks, barracudas, and colorful tropical fish species.  Indulge in delicate culinary journeys at sophisticated yet casual restaurant, bar and lounge choices with unforgettable tailored private dining. Let the beauty and the tranquility of the island inspire you as you pen your vows. Relish a scintillating spa treatment in one of our serene spa villas or enjoy sunset refreshment on the terrace and take in the endless horizon as you prepare for the most memorable moment of your life.



Fairmont Maldives Sirru Fen Fushi


On Sirru Fen Fushi – or ‘secret water island’ surely lives up to its name as its tucked away in this pristine, private sanctuary of Maldives which promises you a privacy and seclusion in magical ambience of turquoise waters that take your breath away.  Fairmont Maldives offers a blissful blend of creamy white beaches and lush forest reaching out into untouched ocean. With vaulted ceilings above expansive beds, macrame finishes and ornately carved furniture, the standard villa offering comes with direct access to the beach, along with plunge pool and outdoor bathtub. The over water villas are decked out similarly, but here, vast copper tubs sit inside spacious bathrooms and views of the ocean are uninterrupted. Whether it’s sunrise yoga, a Coralarium tour or a massage at the Willow Stream Spa, there is a consistent sense that you are in the very best of hands here.



Four Seasons Resort Maldives at Landaa Giraavaru


This chic luxury retreat in the Baa Atoll will greet you with tropical grandeur the moment you set foot on Four Seasons Resort Maldives. From the coconut boulevard and traditional Maldivian architecture complemented with contemporary interiors, to the dazzling white sandbank stretching out into the Indian Ocean. Ultra-private beach and water villas feature steep thatched roofs, coral walls, snugly beds and cozy living areas in island-style turquoise and sand hues as well as enormous bathrooms. Huge outdoor spaces include private infinity pools, mezzanine-level lofts accessed by a spiral staircase and direct access to the beach or turquoise lagoon. 



COMO Maalifushi


COMO Maalifushi is seductively low-key as it is the only resort to inhabit the tranquil Thaa Atoll in Maldives. This is why this exquisite resort is a popular attraction for famous fashion designers and Hollywood celebrities because of its minimalist styling, exceptional service and superstar-worthy food and facilities. The spa is a destination in its own right, and nothing ruffles the friendly, experienced staff, who are used to flawlessly dealing with high demands. Discreetly positioned around the island are 65 villas, ranging from capacious beach suites fronted by perfect-white sands, to sweeping over-water beauties, with rambling decks, infinity pools and waterside cabanas. Bathrooms are huge, with enormous Japanese-style soaking tubs, indoor and outdoor showers.



JOALI Maldives


JOALI Maldives is undoubtedly among the most sensuous resorts you could hope to visit. It’s all about delighting the senses. The enormous villas, exemplary service, exquisite food and fabulous amenities exceed most people’s expectations by some considerable margin. There are 73 villas in six categories, starting with a spacious suite on the beach and culminating in a deluxe three-bedroom over water apartment with two pools. All villas have traditional thatched roofs, sea views and an infinity pool. Most villas have outdoor baths and showers. JOALI Maldives is known to be classy, sophisticated and seductive with an added warmth that is utterly irresistible.



Anantara Kihavah Maldives Villas


The island of Anantara Kihavah is a mesmerizing 35-minute seaplane ride north of Malé within the Baa Atoll, is truly a paradise, ringed by the whitest of powdery sands and beyond those crystal-clear turquoise waters that are a playground for a rainbow-like collection of tropical fish. Its remote location means endless horizon views and the starriest of night skies that are best experienced atop the resort's Sky Bar, which is also home to the Maldives' largest telescope. When not snorkeling with manta rays, there is an over water spa and a choice of six excellent restaurants and bars but, really, it is all about the talcum-white sands and turquoise waters.



The Residence Maldives Dhigurah


A rustic all-inclusive with a sublime setting, roomy villas, fun facilities and charming staff. White sandy pathways wind through leafy tunnels of banana, coconut and palm trees, giving the island a lovely adventurous edge. The main swimming pool is a marvel too; 42 meters of glassy water raised slightly above the beach for the full Maldivian infinity effect. Elsewhere, there's a water sports centre and a lovely spa set in lush tropical gardens with six treatment rooms built over water. Most guests stay on an all-inclusive package, which allows them to make use of three restaurants, a beach club and a bar, as well as all of the restaurants at The Residence.



The Nautilus Maldives


This island retreat at The Nautilus promises you a truly Maldivian experience with the island adventures in mind. The white sandy pathways, lofty green palms and stained wood boardwalks. This is the epitome of 'barefoot luxury'. For your ideal Maldivian stay, simply cast off your flip-flops on arrival and never feel the need to put them back on until the moment you depart. There are 26 beach side and over water houses found beach side or on stilts over water. All have private pools and high ceilings with wooden bead chandeliers and conical-shaped roofs. The whole vibe of the place is relaxed and informal, but with an incredible attention to detail. Very impressive, consistently.



Raffles Maldives Meradhoo


This elegant tropical re-imagining of the original Raffles, Maldives islands offer privacy, serenity, nature and style, alongside some serious luxury and tip-top service. The design is refreshing: think breezy verandahs, checkered floor tiles, striped monsoon blinds, lazily turning fans and louvre windows. The beach is a perfect ring of platinum sands, haloed by watery ribbons of turquoise, aquamarine and royal blue and coral reefs teeming with colourful fish. Alternatively, you could stay on Meradhoo's over water retreat, a loop of villas and leisure facilities sitting completely separate from the island, reached via a two-minute boat ride.



Soneva Fushi


The motto of this barefoot getaway is “no news, no shoes”. This saying sets its picture when everyone’s footwear is confiscated during the Dhoani transfer from Capital City of Maldives. The 65 villas which are made from natural materials are sandwiched between lush greenery and white sandy beaches. Fun extras include an open-air cinema on the beach under the star, planetarium, treetop yoga and a personal butler assigned to each villa. There's an excellent choice of dining options, including bountiful breakfasts with juicy mango and papaya, fresh-from-the-oven pastries and healthy ayurvedic tonics. The treetop restaurant at Soneva Fushi offers varieties fresh for Maldivian fare such as tuna with lychees and edible flowers.


LUX*North Male Atoll


This ultra-modern resort in the Maldives is a playful resort, which has gone for a contemporary, super yacht-inspired, youthful, energetic vibe. It’s well suited to couples seeking trendy eateries and lounges with live DJs and underwater aquariums, a glass-enclosed over water spa, a private sandbank for picnics, and two-level villas with private sun terraces and infinity pools. Lazy poolside lunches and retro ice cream parlors await, but for something more intimate, try the private dining room at Barium with its underwater aquarium or book a romantic twilight dinner for two on a candlelit pier.

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