FBi Travel - Park Hyatt, Maldives

Book with Fbi Travel and receive a discount on bookings at Park Hyatt Maldives.

Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa is a barefoot luxury resort, evoking a remote, untouched paradise. Its unique location, away from the teeming atolls of the north, blesses its guests with a pure Maldivian experience. The careful and seamless integration of environment, culture and modern design provides the perfect place to rest, relax, and recharge. Consider it the perfect Christmas luxury getaway.

Featuring only 50 villas, the contemporary interiors of our guests accommodations are designed with the utmost comfort and privacy in mind, reflecting the Hadahaa landscape. Whether nestled within the island’s lush tropical greenery or elevated above the water, guests are only steps away from the clear ocean waters and idyllic beach. All villas feature floor-to-ceiling windows and door that lead out to a private deck, some fitted with a personal plunge pool, and direct access to the beach.

When you book through FBI Travel, you will get to indulge in your own Park Pool Villa at Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa and enjoy USD 100 Spa credit, 15% discount on Hyatt daily rates and free late checkout.

Contact FBI Travel for more information and to book. Call 1800 FLY FBI

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Thanks to its location near the equator, the Maldives is tropical destination all year around with the weather rarely dropping below 25°C. The dry season (Iruvai) known as the summer monsoon continues from January to March and sees little rain, low humidity and blue skies. While the winter monsoon (Hulhangu) is the wet season and lasts from mid- May to November.  With rains and storms more likely this is considered the low season, however the weather remains warm and resorts are at their cheapest. The strong winds and subsequent swells also make this a favourite time for surfers to visit.





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