Coco Collection, an established portfolio of Maldivian owned resorts, has opened Coco Privé, a new private island retreat in the Maldives.
Located in North Malé Atoll, Maldives, the island Kuda Hithi, Coco Privé can accommodate up to 12 guests and costs between US$8,000 and US$32,500 per night depending on the season.
Sleeping up to 12 in total, accommodation comprises of one grand Master Residence and five villas for accompanying guests.
The Master Residence is split into two levels.
The upper level incorporates a spacious open bedroom, living area and large master bathroom. A private upper deck with sunken lounge and Jacuzzi offers uninterrupted views of the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean.
The lower level comprises of a library, dining room, living room, cocktail bar and gymnasium with steam shower.
Two of the five villas have private pools, while the other three share an infinity pool.
Multiple outdoor dining and entertainment spaces are featured within the island’s 13,000 meter square of tropical grounds, offering unique and inspirational settings for dining, socializing or relaxing.
Additional focal points include an entrance water feature with raised fire pit and a vast wine-cellar offering a vast selection chosen by Coco Privé’s on-site sommelier.
Coco Privé’s chef is on hand to develop any dish a guest may desire and with a dedicated on-site kitchen team available guests are catered for around the clock.
Guests also have access to the five fine-dining restaurants located at the neighboring five-star resort Coco Bodu Hithi, including Asian Seafood Restaurant - Aqua; Japanese Restaurant - Tsuki and Stars which serves Continental Cuisine.
As part of the experience, guests will be met at Malé International Airport and transported via yacht, 30km north to Kuda Hithi Island.