Unbelievable hotels: Anantara Kihavah Maldives
Anantara Kihavah Maldives takes luxury to a whole new level.
Hotel: Anantara Kihavah Maldives
Where: Kihavah Huravalhi Island, Maldives
What's unique about this property?
Anantara Kihavah Maldives is a luxury resort on a private island accessed only by chartered flights in the Baa Atoll island archipelago.
The property consists of 80 private pool villas built either over the water or along a private beach. You can dine at the one-of-a-kind underwater restaurant or spend time stargazing at the SKY Bar, which is also an overwater observatory.
An on-site resident astronomer that grew up in the area will guide you through the constellations with a custom-built telescope.
What is there to do in the area?
There are a number of things you can do at this private resort. Guests can join a cooking class or a yoga and meditation class as well as enjoy the swimming pool. You can also rent bicycles or head to the fitness centre and play tennis, badminton, chess or billiards. You can even jump in the boxing ring and go a few rounds.
In the water, guests can snorkel or dive reefs that are a part of the UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve. Kayaking, sailing, canoeing, windsurfing and big game fishing are all offered through the resort too. A spa and children activities are also available.
What do other people say?
Previous guests on TripAdvisor give this property a high rating, with over 90% rating it as excellent. With stunning views and so many activities, guests say that the resort "ticks every box", is a "piece of heaven" and a "royal adventure".
Some guests who have visited many islands in the Maldives claim that Anantara Kihavah Maldives is the best and others have said that everything was more than perfect.
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