With a selection of locally produced vegetables, halal cuisine, and an overwater nightlife, the Standard Resort Huruvalhi Maldivians celebrates the natural wealth of the surrounding area. This island resort, unlike its barefoot luxury competitors in the Indian Ocean and the Caribbean, has a more active air. GUDUGUDA provides traditional Maldivian cuisine made with locally sourced spices and ingredients. The floating restaurant offers five different eating options as well as a glass dancing floor.
Guests can take a 30-minute seaplane ride from Velana International Airport to Huruvalhi. This resort is on a natural island that is easily accessible from Male by speedboat or a 20-minute domestic flight. The reopening of the Maldives’ first resort is a watershed moment in the company’s global expansion.
Following the launch of its initial properties in Lisbon, Paris, and Milan, The Standard, Huruvalhi Maldives, a member of the Standard International group, will open its first property in Asia. The resort offers cultural activities to keep guests entertained and energized, in addition to its magnificent villas. The island serves as a natural barrier reef, shielding the lagoon from big storms and other natural disasters.
The Standard is committed to the protection of the ocean environment. All of its packagings is recyclable, and a $1 gift is made to a marine conservation organization with each purchase. The Maldivian quarantine period is waived for guests who want to swim with manta rays. Unlike many other Maldivian islands, the Standard contains a coral nursery in the lagoon that spawns around 3,000 young corals.
The Standard Maldives is a terrific spot for families because it is located over water on a lagoon. The huge private pool villas have amazing views of the ocean and lagoon. The Standards offers children extracurricular classes in addition to being a fantastic place to relax. At the Beru Bar, kids can watch a sunset movie. The Standard will hold holiday parties and moonlight movie screenings during the holidays.
From fresh fish curries to house-made sweets, The Standard Spa offers a diverse menu. The spa terrace at Coconut Point is a great place to relax and take in the scenery. Kula, the poolside bar, also serves house-made cocktails and juices. The ‘Aunt’ restaurant inside the hotel features a rustic décor and serves traditional Maldivian cuisine.
The two restaurants at the resort are the greatest places to eat. Fresh fish is served over charcoal at the BBQ Shak, while Kula offers a traditional international buffet. The resort will construct up a massive inflatable water park on the beach during the high season. During the busy season, the resort will also organize tours to some of the world’s most famous diving spots. The Standard Resort Huruvalhi Maldivi is a five-star luxury resort in the Maldives.
The hotel’s menu is enhanced by its well-known chef. The resort’s main pool has an infinity-edge pool and offers unobstructed views of the ocean. There is a shallow pool for the children, and the kids’ club serves a variety of traditional foods. Pizza and Maldivian food are served at this coastal eatery. A hammam and a 24-hour front desk are also available at the restaurant.
The resort’s onsite spa has nine treatment rooms.
ivate treatment areas for visitors. When making a reservation, guests must pay a deposit, and the resort will call the cardholder to confirm the reservation. The hotel’s restaurant offers a diverse menu of regional and foreign cuisine and an extensive wine list. The dining experience at The Standard Resort Huruvalhi Maldivians may range from room to room depending on the size of the group.