Video: Anantara Kihavah Maldives Hotel Review and Room Tour
On our recent trip to the Maldives, we had the pleasure of staying at Anantara Kihavah. Anantara had been on our list for SO long, we were so happy to finally have the chance to experience it – and spoiler alert, it did not disappoint.
Anantara Kihavah is located in Baa Atoll, one of the most bio-diverse atolls in the Maldives, and one of our personal favorites. Baa Atoll is a UNESCO biosphere reserve that has allowed the sea life to flourish, including the nearby Hanifaru Bay, home to the largest Manta Ray feeding station in the world. The property is located a short, 40-minute seaplane ride from Male. Guests can also choose to take a domestic flight with a spead boat if the arrival or departure time is before sunrise or after sunset.
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HOTEL REVIEW: ANANTARA KIHAVAH MALDIVES
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Both overwater and beach villas offered spacious accommodations, large swimming pools and ample privacy. In neither room were we able to see other villas or people. Beach villas afford you the option to go straight into the shallow lagoon from your room, whereas, the water villas are already overwater, but will sometimes have a bit deeper water with beautiful corals to explore while snorkeling.
Overall, we absolutely fell in love with the Anantara Kihavah. The service, the lush & beautiful island and the incredibly unique guest experiences make this resort one of our top properties in the Maldives thus far. We cannot wait to return in the future to see what creative new experiences they’ve come up with since our last visit. If you’re considering this property, look no further- you won’t regret it.
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Disclaimer: We were hosted by the Anantara Kihavah Maldives on a media stay. Please know the opinions expressed are all our own and may not reflect the hotel’s own views.
We have enjoyed watching your reviews of the various Maldive resorts and this one looks great however we are trying to find an adults only resort that has comparable features with particular focus on a great house reef for easy access snorkelling and great cuisine.
Be grateful on a few recommendations please.
Hi Glenn! Thank you so much for reaching out. It’s very surprising, but there are not a lot of adults only properties in the Maldives yet – I believe more will come, but for now it’s somewhat limited. That being said, there are a few that are excellent. Milaidhoo, for example, is on our list of top resorts and is very comparable to Anantara in terms of service, house reef and excellent food. It’s still at the top of our list so definitely check that one out. We have not yet been to Komandoo, but that is supposed to be a great property for adults only and they do offer a good all inclusive plan as well. I’ve also heard Hurawalhi is a good adults only option with beautiful villas and good snorkeling, though I cannot confirm personally.
I hope this helps! Let us know anything else you need 🙂