All-inclusive Maldives

Jane Anderson, Honeymoon expert Jane's verdict
If there is one honeymoon destination where all-inclusive resorts make sense, it is the Maldives. On your own private island there is no option to dine around. But many all-inclusives are not only great value, they are also genuinely classy hotels with romantic overwater villas, luxury spas, watersports and a choice of restaurants.

Recommended tour operator: Tropical Sky

Tropical Sky says

The paradise islands of the Maldives are what honeymoons are made of, with heavenly stretches of soft white sand beaches lapped by turquoise waters.

  • Great value
  • Handpicked hotels
  • Private islands

All-inclusive honeymoons are a very popular choice in the Maldives – dining outside of your hotel is rare and they offer exceptional value for money, as your flights, accommodation and all meals and drinks are included.

We offer a superb range of all-inclusive packages from family-friendly to luxury adult-only resorts.

A popular choice amongst honeymooners is the four-star Kuredu Island Resort. It’s one of the larger resorts with a spectacular house reef, The Duniye Spa and seven superb restaurants.

A more intimate and tranquil hideaway is the four-star Komandoo Island Resort. It also boasts an exceptional house reef, friendly staff and fabulous food.

The four-star Ellaidhoo Maldives by Cinnamon is particularly good value, with lots of activities on the island and the option of a speedboat or seaplane transfer.

Five-star Kurumba is a step up in terms of luxury and great if you have children in tow. Although it’s a short speedboat transfer from the airport, there is a real remote castaway feel to the island.

If you prefer an adult-only resort, head to Centara Ras Fushi which has a great range of restaurants, a spa with Ayervedic treatments and a PADI dive centre.

The five-star Sun Aqua Vilu Reef has one of the best selections of overwater villas in the Maldives – the ultimate romantic honeymoon touch.

Find out more about our all-inclusive honeymoons in the Maldives and our latest special Maldives offers. Also see the best time to visit the Maldives.

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