Nika Island Resort All-Inclusive – Maldives

Nika Island Resort

Featuring 10 water villas in addition to 27 large beach villas, the all-inclusive Nika Island Resort is one of the earliest and one of the smallest private-island resorts in the Maldives. The beach villas are famous for each having its own private beach section with a Jacuzzi, but the newer water villas are also spacious and fairly well appointed.

The resort is run by Italians and most popular with Italian guests so staying there would be a good chance to practice that language and get more familiar with its food. The island is small and simple, which is ideal for some but not for everyone.

Location

The Nika Island Resort is located in the Alifu Alifu Atoll, about 80 kilometers west of Malé International Airport in the Maldives.

Rooms/villas/suites

10 Water Villas

  • Area: 807 sq ft (75 m²)
  • Wi-Fi: In public areas
  • Entertainment system: LCD/plasma screen satellite TV
  • Room service: No

27 Beach Villas

Special room features

  • Air conditioning
  • Bathrobes
  • Desk
  • Hair dryer
  • In room safe
  • Shower
  • Mini bar
  • Coffee/tea maker
  • Complimentary bottled water
  • Fan

Rates

  • Low season online specials from US$756 per night
  • High season online specials from US$926 per night


*Sea-plane return transfer from Malé Airport: US$425 per adult

Restaurants and bars

  • Main restaurant – Italian, international and ethnic cuisine
  • Two bars

Resort features

  • Diving
  • Snorkeling
  • Windsurfing
  • Canoeing
  • Badminton / Tennis
  • Beach Volley
  • Bocce Ball
  • Fitness center

Spa

The Nika Spa has a wide range of remedial massages and treatments available.

Nearby activities

  • Island Hopping

What the reviews say

Reviews of the Nika Island Resort are mostly positive, with the majority of guests being completely charmed by the small and simple island and the old-school Maldives vibe. Most quite liked the food, especially the lunches and dinners, and the house reef gets good reviews as well.

Some complain, however, that the facilities are a bit aged and that it might not offer great value compared to other resorts in the Maldives. The breakfast doesn’t seem to have many fans either. There are also a few who complain about the staff not being the best, but there are also those who say they are wonderful, making it a bit of a toss up.

Getting there

To reach the Nika Island Resort you’ll need to fly to the main Malé International Airport in the Maldives. From there you’ll be met by hotel staff who will put you on a sea plane for the 20-minute flight to the resort itself.

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