Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa — Introducing the Park Sunset Ocean Pool Villa. A brand new accommodation option!
The resort's 115 square metre water villas will feature a king bed, indoor bathtut, private deck with plunge pool semi-submerged sun beds, outdoor bale and individual access to the reef.
Facilities available at the Park Sunset Ocean Pool Villa include:
Coffee and tea making facilities
Four complimentary bottles of water per day
Complimentary Wi-Fi access
In-villa iPad with interactive resort compendium
Digital media hub
Home entertainment system
55-inch LED television with cable/satellite channels
2 telephones with IDD access
Surrounded by only the vast expanse of sky and sea, the resort currently features 50 land and water villas, some with private plunge pools, reflect the unique Maldivian sense of space. Here, no boundaries exist between you and the ocean. Panoramic views stretch to infinity.
The resort is about the ultimate Maldivian experience of turquoise and azure waters and fine white beaches, complemented by tranquil settings. Succumb to the healing sensation of holistic wellness at Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa, where every experience is centered on bringing your mind, body and soul towards a new equilibrium.
The essence of the Maldives flows into the culinary and wellness experiences too. Savour authentic local cuisine and pamper yourself at The Vidhun Spa, an oasis of indulgence and rejuvenation.
Great care has been taken in the construction of Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa to preserve the natural vegetation in order to maintain the ambience of the island and minimise the environmental footprint of the resort. Environmental awareness and protection are key considerations in all our guest experiences.
Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa was the first resort in the Maldives to commit to the EarthCheck planning and design standards during the construction stage and resort operations. The resort continues to improve and innovate with its operational practices and was recently awarded Silver EarthCheck certification, showing its ongoing commitment to protecting the environment.