Maldives 5-star water villa with private pool for US$334/night
If you are still looking for a luxurious destination for the coming summer months, you are going to love this deal. We've featured it before and weren't sure it would still be offered towards the end of the low season in the Maldives, but it's still available for many dates so we are sharing it again.
The key here is that you get 2 nights free when you pay for 5 nights, so for a weeklong stay you can book a huge water villa with private pool at the 5-star Beach House Iruveli Resort for only US$334 per night for two people. A few resorts have private-pools for under US$400 per night, but they are smaller and only 4 stars at best, so this is really the best deal on a pool water villa in the Maldives full stop.
A Water Villa with private pool at the Beach House Iruveli in the Maldives for US$334 (plus service and tax) per night for two people, with breakfast included.
This rate is only available on Agoda, our booking partner, and it's based on two free nights with five paid nights, so you must book a week or more to qualify. The promotion is available for selected dates in July and August, but you should check your own dates on the agoda page for the Beach House Iruveli.
Huge and luxurious pool water villas
The Beach House Iruveli was until recently part of the Waldorf Astoria chain, owned by Hilton Hotels. After the name change they've become more aggressive in discounting during the low season, even though nothing else has changed. This means you can book a world-class luxury resort for half or less of its high season rate.
These water villas are 110 square meters including the large private deck with the plunge pool. You also get a partially open-air bathroom with Jacuzzi bathtub, among many other luxury features. If this sounds even a little interesting you should watch the room tour video at the bottom of the page for the resort on this site.
A remote location but not as expensive to reach
One bit of shocking news that many travelers to the Maldives have to deal with is that the remote resorts all require you to book a sea plane to reach them, which tends to cost around US$500 per person round-trip.
The sea plane flight is an amazing highlight on its own for most people, but that does add quite a bit to the cost of a stay, especially if you only planned on a few days. The Beach House is remote, but it's near a commercial airport, so you can book a cheaper flight from the capital to that one, and then take a 45-minute speedboat ride to the resort itself.