There is no such thing as a low-cost Maldives' Resort. The cost of imports, the unique geography of The Maldives and the inevitable march of development mean that most resorts in the Maldives are 4* to 5* or above.
There are some exceptions which we would not recommend unless you are a very keen diver. However, there are a couple of inexpensive gems which retain some of the simplicity and beauty of the original beach hut feel.
Speak to our consultants to find out more on 020 7924 7133.
Adaaran Club Rannalhi, South Male Atoll
A good quality mid-range resort with great facilities and all the Maldives must-haves without the hefty price tag.
Adaaran Select Hudhuranfushi, North Ari Atoll
An affordable 4-star option close to Male, Adaaran Select Hudhuranfushi is a great choice for active families and honeymooners.
Adaaran Select Meedhupparu, Raa Atoll
Family orientated, fun resort with great accommodation and activities at a good value price point in Maldives' terms.
Bandos Island, North Male Atoll
A true Maldives Classic - this large family-style resort is great value, has wonderful facilities and beautiful marine life on the house reef.
HI Kandooma, South Male Atoll
A contemporary resort with world-class water sports and great facilities. Get active and relax in equal measure.
Kurumba , North Male Atoll
Easy access and great value for families: Kurumba is the perfect choice for an affordable holiday in the Maldives.
Makunudu, North Male Atoll
The last of a dying breed - rustic beach simplicity in the Maldives!
Meeru Island Resort, North Male Atoll
This large resort in the North Male Atoll is well-run, popular and convenient, a great choice for families or couples.
Nika Island, Alifu Atoll
A honeymooner's dream destination, Nika Island is remote and completely tranquil: each and every beach villa has its own private beach access.
Palm Beach Resort Maldives., Lhaviyani Atoll
Great value family fun in the Maldives.
Reethi Beach Resort, Baa Atoll
A superb resort offering fantastic value for water villas and all-inclusive board in the Maldives.