Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa

Rates from (ex tax)$699.68

Price information

If you haven’t entered any dates, the rate shown is provided directly by the hotel and represents the cheapest double room (including tax) available in the next 21 days.

Prices have been converted from the hotel’s local currency (USD862.01), via, using today’s exchange rate.


Archipelago escapism


An untouched atoll

Fill days with snoozing, snorkelling and sunbathing at boutique hotel Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa. It’s only a few barefoot steps from the luxury villas to the magical blue waters of the Indian Ocean, where would-be Cousteaus and nautical-novices will find a kaleidoscopic canvas of coral and mesmerising marine life.

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Need to know


50, including 14 overwater villas.


12 noon, but flexible (subject to availability). Check-in, from 2pm (flexible, on request).


Double rooms from $699.68, excluding tax at 23.2 per cent. Please note the hotel charges an additional government tax of $6.00 per person per night on check-out.

Price information

If you haven’t entered any dates, the rate shown is provided directly by the hotel and represents the cheapest double room (including tax) available in the next 21 days.

Prices have been converted from the hotel’s local currency (USD862.01), via, using today’s exchange rate.

More details

Rates include breakfast, free WiFi and use of the snorkelling equipment.


Thrills – liquid and landside – can be had at the activity centre: explore the kaleidoscopic coral of the house reef with guided snorkelling, head into open water on a dolphin-spotting excursion or have a true castaway experience with a trip to an uninhabited island.

Please note

span>The resort will be undergoing rennovation works on selected guest villas from July 2017 to September 2017. Guests’ privacy remains top priority, as such the refurbishments, will be done in two separate and nominal phases to moderate conceivable disturbance. For safety and security purposes, a section of villas will be cordoned off and transformation works will be carried out from 9.30am to 6.30pm. The refurbishments will not disrupt any access to the beach, other land villas, water villas, restaurants and the spa.

At the hotel

Private beach, swimming pool, Vidhun spa, DVD/film library, free WiFi throughout. In rooms: TV, DVD/CD player, iPad, iPod dock, Nespresso coffee machine, Le Labo Bergamote 22 toiletries.

Our favourite rooms

Honeymooners wishing to while away days with private canoodling should ask for Park Water Villa 51: it's the last villa at the end of the jetty, so there'll be no foot traffic to disrupt the romance. If you don't mind passers-by, Park Pool Villa 6 normally has a prime beachfront position – but be aware, the sands can shift and move throughout the year.


The 44m freshwater infinity pool overlooks the ocean and is flanked by chill-out areas, sunloungers and swaying green palm trees. Those wanting a peaceful paddle should seek out the other pool in the secluded spa.

Packing tips

Oxygen tank and underwater camera.


Up to four children are welcome on the island at any time, but the hotel's best suited to adults or loved-up couples. Baby's cots are available on request (for free) and extra beds are US$250 a night. Babysitting is available.

Food and Drink

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Top Table

For dinner á deux, arrange a private dining experience. Your table will be set up in your choice of the Harlequin-worthy locations: on the beach, alone on the jetty or on the rooftop terrace, for example.

Dress Code

Bold and bright: Pucci and a pedicure.

Hotel restaurant

The Dining Room overlooks the come-hither pool. Begin your day by choosing from one of the set menus (choose from Continental, American, Asian or 'healthy') or scroll through the à la carte menu (we loved the waffles with pear compote and honeycomb butter). Alternatively, go local with the Maldivian tuna curry (yup, for breakfast). Island Grill is an open-kitchen eatery where you can dine with sand under your feet. Serving dinner every Wednesday to Sunday, Island Grill has soft lighting and Maldivian swing chairs – strictly decorative only. Expect regionally inspired dishes – red snapper with plantain ragoût, wagyu tenderloin with spicy papaya and Battuta's lamb tagine – which use herbs and salads grown in the hotel's hyrdroponic garden and are prepared either in the wood-burning oven or on a traditional grill.

Hotel bar

Beneath star-studded skies, snag a cabana at the beachside bar to enjoy a pre- or post-dinner tipple. If you fancy an off-menu libation, simply ask the clever bar staff and watch as they shake, muddle and strain your boozy concoction. Light snacks and salads are available at the bar throughout the day.


Last orders

The Dining Room and the Island Grill continue serving until 10.30pm; the open-air pavilion bar pours drinks until late.

Room service

Choices from the set menus and favourites from the Dining Room’s lunch and dinner menu – Maldivian dishes, soups, salads and desserts – are available 24 hours.


Photos Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa location
Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa
North Huvadhoo
Gaafu Alifu Atoll
Gaafu Alifu Atoll


After an hour-long domestic flight from Male to Kooddoo Airport in the Gaafu Alifu Atoll, you'll be whisked into a buggy and taken to an awaiting speedboat for the 30-minute journey to the hotel’s private island. Our Smith24 team can book your international flights and arrange your transfers (including domestic flights and boat trips, return transfers cost US$520 an adult, $430 for two to 11 year olds, and $160 for children under one who don't need their own seat).

Worth getting out of bed for

This atoll offers some of the Maldives' most eye-bogglingly beautiful snorkelling; the best place to splash around is the drop off between the arrival jetty and the water villas. You can either rent the snorkelling equipment and go on your own or go for a guided snorkelling trip with the resident marine biologist. Night snorkelling is also on offer. The hotel offers loads of organised activities that will give you a real flavour of the area. Have a cookery class in the open kitchen, and learn about the best marinade for fresh fish, and how to prepare and apply it. You can also go out on a dhoni with the marine biologist and learn all about the local fish (while attempting to catch a few), followed by a cookery demonstration in the open kitchen at the Island Grill. Take part in one of the mojito mixology classes, go on a starlight cruise and take part in the free sunrise or sunset yoga sessions, held four times a week. There’s also a weekly cocktail party on the beach each Saturday, giving guests the chance to mingle with management. Make the most of your watery surroundings by going dolphin watching or on a fishing trip on a traditional dhoni. For dryer moments, dip into the library's stash of tomes, or borrow a DVD or two. Staff can organise boat trips to neighboring islands. Have a treatment in Vidhun spa, which uses traditional Maldivian healing techniques and local ingredients including sea salt, spices, orchids and papaya.



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Anonymous review

Every hotel featured is visited personally by members of our team, given the Smith seal of approval, and then anonymously reviewed. As soon as our reviewers have returned from this private island hotel in Huvadu Atoll and unpacked their snorkelling mask and kaftan, a full account of their luxury beach break will be with you. In the meantime, to whet your wanderlust, here's a quick peek inside from Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa in Maldives…

Forget your shoes and your worries the moment you step onto the pristine white shores of Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa; this is a private-island castaway experience that even Tom Hanks wouldn’t want to leave. Forgoing traditional Maldivian design, the remote island (accessible only by seaplane and speedboat) is dotted with sleek and contemporary villas, boasting clean lines and muted hues. At this tropical hideaway, neighboured only by the vast expanse of sea and sky, guests spend days feasting on the spectacular breakfast spread, snoozing on sunloungers and sipping on coconut or passionfruit iced tea. When the temperature of this near-equator luxury resort calls for cooling off, it’s only a few flipper-clad steps to the azure waters and their underwater world of darting fish, cruising turtles and eye-catching coral. It’s time to don life-vests and abandon ship – we have a feeling we’ll be here a while.

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