A 35-minute luxury speedboat transfer from Velana International Airport takes you to the private island of Naladhu, a renowned destination in the Maldives. Whether you want to relax in the sun, take a dip in the pristine waters of the Indian Ocean, or enjoy the luxury of a private pool villa, the luxury villas and resorts here offer it all. The resort’s in-house spa and lounge makes it a popular destination for couples and honeymooners.


The luxury accommodation on Naladhu is the Two Bedroom Pool Residence. Located on an oceanfront pontoon, the Two Bedroom Pool Residence features a private beach with breathtaking views of the Indian Ocean. There is an al fresco dining area, a swing and a swimming pool, and it’s an island-style retreat measuring 6,458 square feet. The resort’s private beaches are a mere pontoon boat ride away.


The resort offers a number of luxurious amenities, including an iPod docking station and a private dining area. It’s a small island, so the staff is attentive around the clock. Guests can relax on the beach or work out in the gym. The spa has an on-site marine biologist who will teach them about the local ecosystem. The Naladhu Island also has an outdoor tennis court and works with Parley Air to reduce marine plastic pollution.


During the refurbishment, new furniture and a lighter, brighter color palette have been installed. The focus on waterside seating and pre-dinner cocktails is one of the highlights of the 66-foot-long private beach. A total redesign of the public areas and accommodations has also been planned, with the old furniture being donated to a mental health hospital in the Maldives.


The new resort will reopen in November after undergoing a total renovation of its accommodations and public areas. There will be no more crowds and a 12% goods & services tax will be added to the prices. The private island is an exclusive location for weddings and offers a range of amenities. Guests can enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner in the restaurant on the island, and private dining areas.


Whether you want to spend the day in the water or relax on the beach, a stay at the Naladhu Private Island Maldive is an ideal choice. Featuring 20 villas, each of them is a spacious and private retreat. With a private swimming pool, each villa offers privacy and a view that is unmatched. The resort has been redesigned to reflect the unique personality of each of its guests, and the interiors are more sophisticated than ever.


Rooms at Naladhu Private Island are extremely spacious and well-appointed. The spacious villas have a private cabana on the main beach and an infinity pool in each villa. The bathroom shares a wall with the private pool, and opens up to the infinity-edged pool and a private bathroom. Most rooms have outdoor showers. The bathrooms are large, spacious, and include separate whirlpool bathtubs.


The resort’s amenities are sparse, but they are still excellent. There are two main types of private villas: the Beach House with Pool and the Ocean House with Private Cabana. Each of the rooms is 3.229 square feet in size. The Living Room offers a large terrace for dining. The beach is just some steps away. The Living Room is a restaurant on the main island, with a private beach.


The Living Room’s 19 guest quarters are a mix of contemporary and traditional Maldivian design. The living room is decorated in ‘colonial meets marine’ style, with wooden floors and a sea-facing tub. A butler can be reached round-the-clock to assist with room requests. A butler can make dinner reservations, book tours, and even arrange a massage, which may require an extra charge.


The new poolside villas will feature an infinity pool and a dedicated spa area. The main villas are linked by a wooden deck and have two floors. The master bedroom is on the lower floor, while the second house has an indoor-outdoor dining room. The living room and the glass-walled wine cellar are the only areas of the island where guests can have their meals. Despite the secluded location, the beachfront restaurants are designed to be private.