7 Resorts That Are Perfect For Romantic Escapes

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Maldives is unarguably the kingdom of romance. Long spread of beaches, sparkling white sand, beautiful resorts make it a wonderful place to kick-start your married life. Though the romantic island country has loads of resorts that are perfect for honeymooners, here’s our personal pick of the resorts in Maldives that are perfect for romantic vacation.

ROYAL SUITE: Soneva Fushi, Kunfunadhoo Island

Perfectly designed for couples to spend some ‘we time’, Soneva Fushi is located between a jungle and a beach. Get yourself a royal suite with a private pool for an exotic honeymoon. Apart from spending some alone time, you can also enjoy open-air cinema on the beach or can go for star gazing at the planetarium. Adventure enthusiasts can for some adventure activities like scuba diving and snorkelling.

Cost of stay per night starting at $1012
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WATER VILLA: Taj Exotica Resort and Spa, South Malé Atoll

Nestled between tropical flora and clear blue water, Taj Exotica Resort and Spa has exclusive, private resort island. Stay at the water villas, which are luxuriously furnished to give you the abode of your dreams.

Couple can enjoy Indian spa, gourmet cuisines and cocktails during sunset. Also, resort management can arrange a candlelight dinner under the stars by the beach for lovely a romantic dinning.

Cost of stay per night starting at $715
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TREE-HO– USE: Shangri-la Villingili Resort & Spa, Villingili Island

Built on one of the largest islands in the archipelago, Shangri-la Villingili Resort & Spa is one of the perfect spots for couples. They have vast ocean retreats and tropical tree houses to make the stay memorable. Choosing tree-house will be a better option. Surrounded by nature trails, tree-house will be a perfect abode for the people in love.

While staying there, you two can go on a short romantic bike ride to the neighbouring island.

Cost of stay per night starting at $605
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SUNRISE VILLA: One & Only Reethi Rah

One & Only Reethi Rah is counted among the one of the best resorts in Maldives for honeymoon. The rooms are beautifully furnished with private pools and overlooking the sea. The best you to book is a sunrise villa overlooking the sea. Enjoy spectacular view from the room while spending those special moments.

Cost of stay per night starting at $1002
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LOFT ROOM: Cocoa Island by COMO

Cocoa Island is a combination of perfect beaches, beautiful rooms, wonderful food and superb staff. The small island has no rooms, instead is built over water in a shape that mirrors that of the island itself. Get a loft room for yourself and enjoy all the precious time together. You can enjoy an outdoor shower with your special someone.

Cost of stay per night starting at $783
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SUNSET VILLA: Centara Grand Island Resort & Spa Maldives

Surrounded by the blue lagoon of the South Ari Atoll, Centara Grand Island Resort & Spa is a paradise for honeymooners in Maldives. The resort comprises 112 villas set over the water and luxurious suites. Go for sunset villa for the most romantic views.

Both of you can enjoy the shipwreck dive, exploring the island, dining and playing. Plan an adventurous night diving with an instructor on the house wreck for the best of the time.

Cost of stay per night starting at $580
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OCEAN FRONT VILLA: Banyan Tree Vabbinfaru

Surrounded with swaying coconut trees, pure white sand, coral reef and the blue clear waters, this one is an ideal destination for couples. Book an ocean front villa for your better half and enjoy the open air bathroom and doors that open up to the sea for the spectacular views.

Enjoy some private moment together at the secluded pristine beaches or go for snorkelling in the clear water; they will make your stay memorable for lifetime.

Cost of stay per night starting at $870
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