Coco Palm Dhuni Kolhu ,
The Maldives, Central Islands
Info : Coco Palm Dhuni Kolhu
Those who take the time to visit Coco Palm Dhuni Kolhu generally come back a second and third time. This uncomplicated resort reminds you to take in its natural surroundings and doesn’t distract from the sheer beauty of the Maldives with bells and whistles. You’ll appreciate the fabulous beaches, the renowned house reef (perfect for diving and snorkelling) and the diverse and tasty dining on-site.
Access to the resort is by seaplane, a delightful way to start your adventure that adds to the whole experience. The thatched-roof villas and suites are charming, cool and spacious, sitting tranquilly either among the palm trees or on stilts over the blue lagoon. They measure in at 87 square metres with private balconies, deluxe spa baths, luxurious furnishings and king-sized beds, not to mention private pools in the Deluxe and Lagoon villas. The two “Sunset Lagoon” villas offer almost double the amount of space and a truly spectacular glass-bottomed pool on their private terraces. Whichever villa you stay in, you can expect privacy, a top standard of luxury and a unique, rustic Maldivian atmosphere.
Dining at Coco Palm Dhuni Kohlu is diverse and plentiful: tall pavilions host several restaurants, bars and cafes with international cooking stations and buffets, a-la-carte Asian specialties and casual fare, as well as in-room dining. You can choose to include meals as part of your booking if you wish. Guests tend to really enjoy the food here, which accounts for the resort’s impressive rate of repeat visitors. The hotel also offers a wide range of activities and tours, including snorkelling, diving, fishing and private sunset cruises.
The vibe at Coco Palm Dhuni Kohlu is friendly and simple, and the aim is to take in the breathtaking surroundings and indulge. This resort is not geared at families, but would suit couples and groups wanting to relax in a simple, beautiful and luxurious setting.
Deluxe - This is our first really 'upmarket' category. It might be a beautiful tiny hotel with very limited facilities or a 5* resort hotel with all the trimmings; but any hotel in this category will be a well-run establishment with very comfortable rooms, a strong service ethos and excellent food.
Well, two nights wasn't enough! The island was wonderful and a great introduction to the Maldives