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Our luxury resorts in the Maldives

Explore our resorts in Maldives

ALL’s luxury resorts in the Maldives welcome you for a wonderful experience like no other: from fine dining to surfing, luxury spas to underwater rooms and yoga to champagne breakfasts, you can relax your way in our beautiful villas and residences


Sirru Fen Fushi



Kuredhivaru Island

About Maldives

ALL has several beach resorts dotted around the Maldives, so whatever your relaxation style, we have the place for you. The Raffles Maldives Meradhoo Resort, Pullman Maldives Maamutaa Resort, Mercure Kooddoo Resort, Mövenpick Resort & Spa Kuredhivar and Fairmont Maldives Sirru Fen Fushi can’t wait to welcome you to their spas, villas, restaurants and more.

Frequently asked questions

The Maldives are known for being the perfect getaway destination, but for all their remote, otherworldly feel, they are easy and convenient to get to. There are actually 13 airports scattered across the islands, several of which have international connections, including Velana International Airport. Once you have touched down, getting to your ALL wellness resort and hotel is easy because everything has been designed to make your stay relaxing and comfortable.

Life in the Maldives is all about sun, sea and sand, and it has become an internationally renowned destination for water-sports enthusiasts. Whether you are an avid surfer or scuba-diver or a total novice, you will never forget your experiences exploring some of the world’s most beautiful natural coastlines, with all the sea-life and plant-life they offer. Island hopping is another popular option because it is very easy to get around and explore, but you will also want some time to relax in the islands’ immaculate spas and other wellbeing centres (some of which you'll find in your own romantic resort).

Your ALL beach resort in the Maldives is very much a dining destination, serving indulgent meals, champagne breakfasts and more, tailored especially to your taste, right beside the lapping ocean waves. You won’t find a dining experience quite like it anywhere else. The Maldives have a very unique food culture which you will want to explore to the full during your time here. Unsurprisingly, fish and seafood are cooked to perfection using the freshest ingredients! Vegetarians will also find plenty to love as the islands have very rich fusion, world and fine-dining scenes.

The Maldives and its luxury resorts have become synonymous with relaxation. Besides a sunny climate, spectacular beaches and a fun-loving local culture, the islands have developed a way of welcoming visitors so that every last detail is taken care of. The spas in the ALL resorts are dedicated to your health and wellbeing, offering massages, beauty treatments, facials and more so that you can truly rest and revitalise during your stay. There are also fitness centres and classes for guests who would like to look after mind and body with a workout.

The Maldives are a year-round destination, so there is never a wrong time to be here, but if you want to join the fun at high season, December to March is the time. The weather is warm and sunny, with minimal rainfall, making it excellent for anyone in need of some winter sun. May to November is technically the low season, but the weather is still warm. Temperatures peak in late April. Anyone wanting to surf should aim for March to October as this is when the waves are at their best.

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