total of 50 water villas in addition to 62 villas and suites at the edge of the lagoon and on the beach, the Ayada Maldives Resort is an opulent 5-star property. It's the first Maldives resort to have a Turkish theme, all the way down to a luxurious hammam and a Turkish cafe.
The water villas are all very large and each includes its own private splash pool on the terrace. The Sunset Ocean Suites have a separate living room and bedroom, while the Ayada Royal Ocean Suite has two bedrooms plus a separate living area. This is a serious 5-star-plus resort with a unique theme. The location is among the most remote in the Maldives so it's perhaps not ideal for a short stay.
Though the reviews were a mixed bag when the resort first opened up, they are now extremely positive with most guests feeling that this resort is fantastic in many aspects. Lots of guests cite the food as being very diverse, which can be unusual for resorts of this type. Not only is the food diverse, but well made as well. Rooms are considered spacious with a great view and staff members are thought of as the best. All in all, this resort seems like a very confident choice.