Naladhu Private Island Set To Open After A Makeover In November 2021.

Naladhu Private Island Set To Open After A Makeover In November 2021.

Tuesday 6th of July 2021

Who doesn’t love a make-over? It is so important for resorts and businesses to stay on trend and move with the flow of true bliss and age. Naladhu Private Island has been closed for 6 months for a renovation set to give a brand-new look and feel!

Just 30 minutes via luxury speedboat from the airport, Naladhu will be redesigned by New York based designer, Yuji Yamazaki. The resort will be getting new sleeker furniture throughout and a lighter color palette creating a modern colonial South East Asian look.

The restaurant, bar, wine cellar and gym are amongst the public areas receiving a make-over. Besides the looks and feel, there are plans to expand their no-menu dine anywhere concept, enabling guests to choose their favorite dishes and dining spots round the clock. The resort is also renewing its focus on wellness with a new dedicated spa treatment area including a double treatment room and bathing and changing area and the introduction of a resident Naturopath and Nutritional Therapist.

The guests will be entertained by their butler who will be known as “Kuwaanu” who will be available 24 hours a day for any requests the guests have. The biggest guest suite, Two Bedroom Pool Residence will be getting direct access to the lagoon via their very own new private beach! The residence boasts of having both Sunrise and Sunset views. Could it get any better?

As for resort experiences, a spectacular snorkeling tour will be available with the in-house marine biologist where you will be seeing some of the 2000 species of tropical fish and sea mammals! Along with the tour, the guests will get a chance to learn more about the coral conservation programme.

As part of the sustainability programme, Naladhu has started working with Parley Air to reduce marine plastic pollution and recycle plastic waste and all single use plastic has been banned on the island.  In addition, all the resort’s old furniture has been donated to the Maldives’ only hospital for mental health. 

To experience such bliss would be a blessing.