Four Seasons Resort Maldives welcomes new overwater villas

Four Seasons Resort Maldives welcomes new overwater villas

Four Seasons Resort Maldives at Kuda Huraa has unveiled its brand new all-villa water accommodations - the country’s ultimate lagoon sanctuaries.

Completely renovated, refurbished and extended throughout, each vast oceanic haven has its own private 24m2 infinity pool, accessible through sliding glass doors from a brand new day bed alcove in the master bedroom.

But that’s not all - at the furthermost end of each villa’s vastly extended wooden sun deck, past the loungers and huge over-water sunbathing net, an open-air pavilion takes the notion of overwater living to the very edge with a shaded sofa area, dining table for four, over-lagoon hammocks and steps into the warm crystal lagoon dotted with fish and corals.

Each ocean-top retreat is spaced widely for privacy along wither the sunset or sunrise side of Kuda Huraa’s long water villa jetty.

In addition to the daybed alcove and air-conditioned lounge area, internal highlights include a naturally lit walk-through wardrobe corridor and a huge marble bathroom complete with separate shower cubicle and freestanding ocean-view tub.

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Contemporary interiors are inspired by the vibrant garden-fresh colours of Kuda Huraa and complemented by cool timber flooring.

A handmade Maldivian thatch roof and distinctive architectural detailing draw on the traditions of generations of local craftsmen to complement the Resort’s sense of place.

And upgraded in-room technology includes IPTV, full stereo system and 55-inch screen and espresso machine.

“We feel really proud to be putting Kuda Huraa on the map again with these exceptional over-water accommodations,” commented resort general manager Randy Shimabuku.

“We know guests will love the extra space and innovative touches but when combined with our wonderful surf and dive options, new Island Spa sea sanctuary and baby turtle-rearing pools, we hope to be able to immerse them in the deepest possible marine-inspired experience that the Maldives has to offer.”