Featuring a total of 119 villas, including 40 overwater villas and 16 more partially over-hanging the lagoon, the Lily Beach Resort And Spa is a popular 5-star private-island resort that specializes in all-inclusive food and drink packages. The Deluxe Water Villas each come complete with a private Jacuzzi pool, and the Sunset Water Suites include an even larger pool along with private butler service.
The setting and the house reef within the lagoon are ideal, and perfect for a honeymoon or other romantic getaway. There are also family activities and facilities, so those coming in groups should also find themselves more than satisfied with the offerings. The Lily Beach Resort is consistently ranked among the finest Maldives all-inclusive resorts. They seem to have little trouble in filling up even with high room rates, so don't wait for a promotional rate to book this one.
Lily Beach Resort and Spa is located on Huvahendhoo Island in the south-east of Ari Atoll, approximately 80 kilometers south of the Malé International Airport.
16 Lagoon Villas (partially overwater)
Area: 969 sq ft (90 m²)
-Maldivian Outdoor Bath concept with Jacuzzi bathtub
-29” LCD flatscreen and satellite TV
36 Deluxe Water Villas
Area: 1,356 sq ft (126 m²)
-7m² Jacuzzi Pool with direct access to lagoon
-42” LCD flatscreen and satellite TV
4 Sunset Water Suites
Area: 1,959 sq ft (182 m²)
-24 hours private butler service
-Deck with a 14m² private Jacuzzi pool.
-52” LCD flatscreen and satellite TV
63 Island suites and villas
*Sea-plane return transfer from Malé Airport: US$395 per adult
*Speedboat return transfer from Malé Airport: US$420 per adult
The Tamara Spa by Mandara is a full-service 5-star spa offering a wide variety of treatments and therapies.
To reach the Lily Beach Resort and Spa you’ll first fly to Malé International Airport. From there you’ll be greeted by resort staff and helped aboard a sea plane for the 25-minute flight to Fesdu Island and the hotel itself.
Reviews of the Lily Beach Resort And Spa are generally very positive, especially for those who stayed in the water villas. Those who stayed in the lagoon villas seem a bit less impressed, and those who stayed in the beach villas even less so, though relatively speaking this is still a very popular resort with many return visitors. The key, it seems, is to spring for a water villa for the best impression.
Considering this is an all-inclusive resort with several different restaurants and bars, the reviews for the food are quite good, even though the selection is large. Generally speaking, when there is a large amount of dish choices available, there tends to be a few guests who feel that each dish is lacking, but not here. The house reef and water sports get very high grades as well, so this appears to be an ideal resort for those looking for an all-inclusive in particular.