Anantara Dhigu Beach Villa
About the home
These idyllic bungalow style villas offer 110 square metres of natural beauty and luxurious comforts. Designed in tropical island style, a marine colour scheme reflects the seascape and is accented by handcrafted timber decorations. Sleep in a sumptuous king size bed, dressed in the finest linens. Open your wardrobe to find yoga mats, a mini bar, tea and coffee making facilities and a luggage rack. Your spacious open air bathroom is edged by lush tropical foliage and boasts a large terrazzo bathtub under a thatched roof, or choose between an outdoor, open air rain shower or semi indoor shower.
Sunrise Beach Villa:
Maximum occupancy: 2 adults & 2 children or 3 adults.
Number of bathrooms: 1
Number of beds : 1 king size bed + optional extra bed
Minimum stay : 7 nights
Anantara Dhigu Resort & Spa Maldives welcomes you to discover a tropical paradise island. Wake up to spectacular views of the endless blue Indian Ocean. Take a morning plunge in the warm waters of the turquoise lagoon directly from your over-water villa. Kayak to Guli Fushi island at the edge of the lagoon for snorkelling.
Anantara Dhigu Resort & Spa is located on Dhigufinolhu Island in the South Malé Atoll, just a 35 minute speedboat ride from Ibrahim Nasir International Airport. It comprises of some of the most spacious luxury villas in the Maldives, some with private plunge pools. The lush island and tropical lagoon is a Maldivian paradise of breath-taking natural wonders.
Starting with a warm welcome on arrival, embark on a journey of deep relaxation or a truly invigorating experience. Peer into the crystal-clear waters at puffer-fish, stingrays and baby reef sharks gliding under the jetty. Take part in an array of water sports including diving, snorkelling, surfing and island-hopping.
Anantara Dhigu’s picture-perfect setting is matched by an atmosphere of a home away from home, whilst also providing you with excellent facilities. Play tennis, hit the gym, swim in the infinity pool or simply unwind at Anantara Spa with a range of ?renowned signature treatments. Discover your own paradise at Anantara Dhigu Resort & Spa.
|Size:||Sleeps up to 2, 1 bedroom|
|Access:||Car not necessary|
|Family friendly?||Suitable for children of all ages|
Suitable for people with restricted mobility
|Notes:||No pets allowed|
No smoking at this property
|Rooms:||1 Bedroom, 1 family bathroom|
|Furniture:||Double beds (1)|
|Other:||Please check with the advertiser regarding linen and towels|
Luxury Restaurants at Antantara Dhigu Maldives
Anantara Dhigu Resort & Spa is a destination that appeases more than your aesthetic senses. Indulge in a guilt inducing gastronomic affair in the luxury Maldives restaurants that are scattered throughout our tranquil island retreat and sister resort Anantara Veli.
On the white sandy beach of Dhigu Island, Fushi Café restaurant at Anantara Dhigu Maldives serves a lavish full breakfast buffet each morning complete with live cooking stations. Then, as the sun sets, the restaurant transforms to offer a buffet with a variety of flavors including international cuisines and local Maldivian food. Dining by the sea at its very best.
Breakfast and evening meals
Opening Hours; 0730am – 1030am, 0730pm – 1030pm
Fuddan Fusion Grill
Sample the freshest seafood scooped straight from the ocean or feast on imported steaks at the lively Fuddan Fusion Grill. Prime aged imported cuts from Japan and Australia. Maldivian prawns, Wahoo and lobster. Facing the inner turquoise reef, the grill offers fine dining by the sea with a variety of cooking styles; flame grilled, tandoori, wok sautéed, fired in a wood oven. Tell us how you like it prepared.
Lunch and evening meals
Opening Hours; 0230pm – 0300pm, 0730pm – 1030pm
Anantara Dhigu Maldives brings Italy to the tropics at Terrazzo, an intimate ocean-view restaurant serving rustic Italian favourites like wood-fire pizzas, homemade pastas and delectable seafood. Signature dishes include homemade lobster ravioli, tableside-spun Caesar salad and our sumptuous seafood spread. Accompanying the food is a selection of wines from both northern and southern regions of Italy, paired perfectly to your meal thanks to our resident Wine Guru.
Opening Hours; 0630pm – 1030pm
Dining by Design
A banquet on the beach. A candlelit dinner of Maldivian food on your own stretch of sand or desert island. A barbeque attended by a personal chef on your terrace. Restaurants at Anantara Dhigu Maldives extend beyond the dining room. Let us plan romantic fine dining for two in countless, secluded getaways either at Anantara Dhigu or our sister resort Anantara Veli.
Bars and Nightlife
Aqua – Providing poolside refreshments and light snacks, Aqua by Anantara Dhigu Maldives is the perfect gathering point for another day in paradise. Accessible both in and out of the water, you can swim up to the bar and create your own cocktail from our range of ingredients. Early evening ushers in picturesque sunsets while you savor a drink in the lounge area.
Luxury Spa at Anantara Dhigu Maldives
With the sound of calm waves running beneath you and panoramic views of pristine ocean it’s time to unwind and enliven your spirit with the luxury spa at Anantara Dhigu.
Escape every day cares with indigenously inspired luxury over-water treatments for your body and soul. Our Maldives resort spa lets you choose between nine sumptuous spa suites, each perched over the lagoon on Dhigufinolhu. The spa menu features holistic therapies designed to enrich and detoxify, all while you relax and take in your perfect island holiday.
Maldivian Coconut Marvellous (200 minutes)
You’ve escaped from all the stresses of the hectic world back home. Now, make sure you leave it all behind and return refreshed, restored and relaxed in mind, body and soul. Coax your body into an elevated sense of renewal with a sequence designed to rejuvenate couples from head to toe by utilising coconut’s prized remedial benefits.
Floral Foot Ritual – Essence White Coconut Scrub – Shower – Essence White Coconut Wrap – Shower – Anantara Muscle Tension Release Massage – Refreshment
The Kaafu Atoll region
Maldives or The Republic of Maldives is an island country in the Indian Ocean consists of 1190 coral islands. Its name is derived from the Sanskrit word 'maladvipa', meaning 'garland of islands'. The Maldives are a series of ancient coral reefs that grew up around the sides of towering prehistoric volcanoes. These immense structures have long since sunk into the ocean, leaving behind coral islands of incredible natural beauty. This is life stripped down to simplicity – bright blue skies, all-year sunshine and fantastic diving and snorkelling in lagoons the temperature of bath water. The country embraces travellers from around the world allowing them to have a holiday of a lifetime. The Maldives demands the attention of anyone looking for a uniquely indulgent break, breathtaking nature and sheer beauty that stays with you long after your tan has faded.
A nation of islands, the Republic of the Maldives is a group of 1190 coral islands that form an archipelago of 26 major atolls. 202 of these islands are inhabited and more than 90 of these are exclusive resort islands with long white sandy beaches bordered by tropical waters. The capital city of Male is a small island in the middle of the atoll chain and is home to a third (about 75,000) of the Maldives' entire population. The Maldives offer many water-based activities including scuba and snorkeling, boating and island hopping, parasailing and water-skiing. The people are gorgeous and the fishing is great, as are the resorts and beaches. If you're after a real island experience, then the Maldives are calling your name.
The Anantara Dhigu / Anantara Dhigu Resort area
The climate of Maldives is warm year round, determined by the monsoons. However, being on the equator, the monsoons are mild and not as defined as in neighboring countries. Of the two monsoons, the southwest monsoon from May to October brings some rain and wind. The northeast monsoon, from November to April, is the dry season with very little wind. The temperature varies little with an annual average daily maximum of 30.4 degrees Celsius and the minimum at 25.9 degrees Celsius.
The fact that the Maldives is located at the equator, Maldives receives plentiful of sunshine throughout the year. On average Southern atolls (Gan) of the Maldives receives 2704.07 hours of sunshine each year. Furthermore, on average central (Hulhule) parts of the country receives 2784.51 hours of sunshine per year.
Since very ancient times, the Maldives were ruled by kings (Radun) and occasionally queens (Ranin). Historically Maldives has had a strategic importance because of its location on the major marine routes of the Indian Ocean. Maldives' nearest neighbors are Sri Lanka and India, both of which have had cultural and economic ties with Maldives for centuries. The Maldives provided the main source of cowries shells, then used as a currency throughout Asia and parts of the East Africancoast. After the 16th century, when European colonial powers took over much of the trade in the Indian Ocean, first the Portuguese, and then the Dutch, and the French occasionally meddled with local politics. However, these interferences ended when the Maldives became a British Protectorate in the 19th century and the Maldivian monarchs were granted a good measure of self-governance. Maldives gained total independence from the British in 1965. However, the, continued to maintain an air base on the island of Gan in the southernmost atoll until 1976. The British departure in 1976 at the height of the Cold War almost immediately triggered foreign speculation about the future of the air base. Apparently the Soviet Union made a move to request the use of the base, but the Maldives refused. The greatest challenge facing the republic in the early 1990s was the need for rapid economic development and modernization, given the country's limited resource base in fishing, agriculture and tourism. Concern was also evident over a projected long-term rise in sea level, which would prove disastrous to the low-lying coral islands.
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|Rental prices originally quoted in: British £||Convert to:|
|Prices for group size 2|
|Period||From||To||Weekly||Nightly rate|| Minimum |
|1 Nov 12||24 Dec 12||£ 6328||-||-||1 Week|
|24 Dec 12||1 Jan 13||£ 12264||-||-||1 Week|
|1 Jan 13||14 Jan 13||£ 12649||-||-||1 Week|
The property's weekend rates apply to: Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights
NB: Prices may be subject to change at the advertiser's discretion.
01-Nov-12 to 23-Dec-12 – USD 904/- +transfer by speed boat per person USD 169/-
24-Dec-12 to 31-Dec-12–USD 1752/- +transfer by speed boat per person USD 169/-
01-Jan-13 to 13-Jan-13– USD 1807/- +transfer by speed boat per person USD 169/-
Extra child – USD 78/- +transfer by speed boat per person USD 93/-
Extra 3 person –USD298/- +transfer by speed boat per person USD 169/-Enquire now
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