All-inclusive Maldives water bungalow for US$321 per night for two
Having recently updated all the current prices for Maldives water bungalow resorts, it was disappointing to see that most hotels have raised prices in the past six months or so. Among the best deals I found in the entire region is still available right now, at the Chaaya Lagoon Hakuraa Huraa Resort, which is an all-inclusive resort.
For dates in May and June, and perhaps earlier and later, you can get a water bungalow for only US$321 per night for two people, with all meals and drinks included. This makes it among the cheapest all inclusive Maldives resorts, and it's made even better by the fact that this place gets rather good reviews as well.
A Water Bungalow at the all-inclusive Chaaya Lagoon Hakuraa Huraa Resort for only US$321 per night for two people. A solo visitor can get the same bungalow for only US$260 per night.
This promotional rate is only available through our booking partner, Agoda.com. It includes a 30% Early Bird Discount and not all dates during May and June are available at this rate. Check your own travel dates on the Agoda page for the Chaaya Lagoon Hakuraa Huraa Resort.
4-star luxury at a 3-star price
The Chaaya Lagoon Hakuraa Huraa Resort is a 4-star property with only 80 rooms, so it has more of a boutique feel than most others in this price range. Better still, there are 70 water bungalows and only 10 island rooms, so it's also more exclusive than many others that have hundreds of cheap rooms on the island.
The water villas here are also fairly large for this price range, at 43 square meters (about 500 square feet), including a large private terrace with steps down into the lagoon. This is more than twice the size of a typical hotel room in a city, and those won't have the glass-window in the floor like these do, allowing you to see the life just below. All rooms also have a minibar, DVD player, and coffea and tea service.
Great snorkeling and scuba diving
The resort gets far better guest reviews than you might expect in this price category for an all-inclusive, and part of that is because nearly everyone seems to love the house reef for snorkeling and scuba diving. The island setting is gorgeous and serene, according to nearly all guests, and the service is quite good as well.
There's one main restaurant and one bar and lounge, which doesn't provide as much diversity as you can find in some other resorts, but the food gets high marks from the majority of people, and the fact that it's all-inclusive means that you can easily experiment with whatever suits your fancy. There are more luxurious resorts in the Maldives for sure, but for this price, you won't do any better than this one.