Where to stay in the Maldives for your honeymoon?

Maldives honeymoon holiday

Ask any bride to be where they would like to go to for their honeymoon and in their top 5 dream destinations will be The Maldives. Known for accommodation that sits on turquoise waters and that sits adjacent to pristine white sand, its the dream destination for any couple.

The Maldives is famous for its resorts and idyllic scenery. There are several accommodation options that you can explore, depending on how much you want to indulge and pamper yourself, as well as the budget that you can afford.

In this post, we’ll answer some questions and provide suitable options for you to consider having your dream holiday in the Maldives.

What is the average cost of a honeymoon in the Maldives?

If you plan to go to The Maldives for a week, you can expect to pay anything from $1300 per person to $10,000 per person. It depends on what type of accommodation you want to stay in and the location. If you want to stay at a 4 or 5 star resort, it will definitely cost more than if you choose to stay in budget accommodation.

What’s included in some of the Maldives resort honeymoon packages?

All inclusive

These are the resorts that offer everything. All you can eat food at top of the line restaurants in their resort, entertainment, relaxation and fun in the sun. You pay a premium for the added services, but it is well worth it.

Where are some of the places that you should consider staying?

I’ve listed a few of the most captivating places you can stay, as well as a couple of budget options if you want to go to the Maldives, but want to avoid the resorts.

W hotel, Maldives

W hotel Maldives, Vaadhoo
W hotel Maldives, Vaadhoo

If you’ve ever heard of the sea of stars in Vaadhoo where the ocean shimmers along the shoreline, then staying at the W hotel will be a lifetime experience that you will never forget. Relax in the hot tub or chill out in the room overlooking the ocean horizon views. If you want a romantic honeymoon with a truly magical twist, then consider staying here for a few days.

Click here to book a room. Prices start from around $1800 a night.

Also check the video below to see the shimmering water by night.

Olhuveli Beach & Spa Maldives

Olhuveli beach spa, Maldives
Olhuveli beach spa, Maldives

Situated on the island of Ohluveli, this resort offers the perfect slice of paradise…or even heaven on the water. The accommodation is perfect for couples that want to escape to their island paradise in their bungalow that sits above amazing ocean views.

Click here to make a booking.

Paradise Island Resort & Spa

Paradise Island Resort, Maldives, North Male Atoll
Paradise Island Resort, Maldives, North Male Atoll

Located in North Male’s Atoll, with beaches all around boasting excellent marine life, the Paradise Island Resort & Spa is an idyllic honeymoon destination for any newlyweds.

The resort also offers several ways to relax including surfing lessons, badminton, canoeing, diving and much more.

The great thing about this place is that it offers the five-star experience, but without the expensive price tag.  There’s 24 hour room service and restaurants onsite. Honeymooners will also receive a bottle of champagne and a fruit basket on arrival.

Water villas with a complimentary breakfast start from $633 a night for a couple.

You can click here to make a booking.

Centara Ras Fushi Resort & Spa Maldives

Centara Ras Fushi Resort & Spa Maldives
Centara Ras Fushi Resort & Spa Maldives

Another relatively affordable option, your room will look out into the various colours in the blue ocean. Relax and pamper yourself or enjoy a sneaky drink by the bar. Make the most of the water sports and activities on offer.

The room comes with a complimentary breakfast. Prices start from $628 a night.

Click here to view this resort.

Budget options

Water Breeze Hotel at Maafushi

Water breeze hotel Maafushi, Maldives
Water breeze hotel Maafushi, Maldives

If you want to have inexpensive accommodation, but want to have good internet and an amazing surrounding, you cannot go past the Water Breeze Hotel at Maafushi. The hotel is situated less than 100m away from the beach, includes daily housekeeping and 24h room service.

You can click here to make a booking on Agoda that includes breakfast for less than $80 a night for two people.

Thundi Guest House

Thundi Guest House, Fulidhoo
Thundi Guest House, Fulidhoo

Located on Fulidhoo island, it sits only a couple of hundred metres away from the beach. It is close to a private beach and is located in a community, so you will get the chance to rub your shoulders with the locals.

The hotel also offers water sports such as canoeing, snorkelling or diving.

You can click here to book the hotel. Prices start from $60 a night.

You can read a thorough breakdown of how travel blogger Lauren Juliff and her boyfriend travelled fairly cheaply to the Maldives. In the post, she also breaks down travel costs on the island where they stayed and the overall experience that they had. They didn’t travel as honeymooners, but the way they travelled is appealing to many other couples and suits those who choose to travel on a smaller budget.

Everybody has different budgets that they can afford, but the reality of going to the Maldives for your honeymoon is a possibility. Consider which options suit your budget and then plan accordingly. Your partner will love it if you can make their Maldive’s honeymoon dream a reality.

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