Milaidhoo Island

A beautiful small island, just 13 acres in size

Only 50 villas so very exclusive

Designed for couples and honeymooners

Facilities at Milaidhoo Island

Air Conditioning
Plunge Pools
Swimming Pool

When to go to Milaidhoo Island


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There are three restaurants and two bars at Milaidhoo to provide guests with a good level of choice and change during their stay. The Ba’theli Lounge and Restaurant is particularly picturesque, shaped like three wooden sailing boats it is the only restaurant in the world set on a boat in a lagoon that features gourmet dishes of local cuisine. Moored alongside the restaurant is the lounge that provides the perfect spot to sample a range of delicious cocktails whilst watching the sun go down. The Ocean Restaurant is situated on the beachfront by the resort’s main pool. Breakfast is served here and there is also an a la carte menu that changes daily for lunch and dinner. Finally the Shoreline Grill is where you’ll find fine cuts of meat, fresh local fish and seafood and an extensive wine cellar to top it all off. Of course should you find you couldn’t bear to leave the beauty of your villa then there is also 24-hour in-villa dining available.

The villas and residences at Milaidhoo are luxurious in every respect, not only a thing of beauty in themselves but equipped with everything you could wish for and with a Maldivian design and touch to everything.

Water Pool Villas x 29
On stilts over the water, these entry-level villas at Milaidhoo encompass a vast 245sqm and are full of light, opening completely at the front onto a huge sundeck with a private infinity pool above the ocean.

Beach Pool Villas x 18
Set on the powdersoft white sand, the Beach Pool Villas are a vast 290sqm in size and open-up 180 degrees to the huge sundeck. The bathroom offers and indoor rain shower, a separate bathtub and an outdoor open-air garden-shower. The private infinity pool on the sundeck is 36sqm in size.

Beach Residences x 2
At 380sqm, the Beach Residences are designed to take advantage of the huge area of private outdoor space they come with, really bringing the outdoors in. The infinity pools here are 60sqm in size and the villa has generous separate sleeping and living rooms.

Ocean Residence x 1
The Ocean Residence is an enormous 310sqm thatched-roof villa on stilts over the ocean with beautiful ocean views throughout. Like all the other villas the residence has it’s own private infinity pool, it also has separate living and bed rooms and is set right at the end of the jetty to provide complete privacy. In the rooftop is a secret loft deck, which is ideal for relaxing on and enjoying the views.

Milaidhoo Island is located in the Baa Atoll UNESCO biosphere reserve, close to Hanifaru Bay, 126km north west of Malé. This tiny island measures just 300m by 180m and is fringed by soft deep white sand beaches. The island is reached by seaplane although a domestic flight followed by a speedboat ride is also possible if you’re flying outside of daylight hours.

The villas at Milaidhoo are so beautiful because of the way they’ve been designed to flow seamlessly from indoors to outdoors. The owners of the island made the decision that this beautiful place should be a testament to the Maldivian way of life, so you won’t find soulless furnishings imported from around the world here. Everything is inspired by Maldivian heritage and culture, with furnishings designed and made locally, amenities locally sourced and everything celebrating the authentic hospitality that is so rooted in the Maldivian culture.

It is worth noting though that the activities at Milaidhoo are all chargeable with the exception of snorkelling equipment which can be borrowed for free.

A relatively new addition to the Maldives, Milaidhoo opened in November 2016. 

Every single villa here has is own private infinity pool. 

There are 3 restaurants and 2 bars. 

Stays here are on a Half-Board or All-Inclusive basis. 

Catamaran sailing
See-through canoes
Stand-Up paddleboards
Private yacht excursions
Dolphin cruises
Trips to local islands
Big Game fishing