A beautiful island country situated away from it all and surrounded by crystal clear waters teeming with sea life, the Maldives is widely considered an oasis for all. From palm trees to white sand beaches, from local cuisine to a friendly culture, you'll find everything you're looking for in an island vacation, plus much more.

As the Maldives is a hot spot for vacation seekers, there are multiple resorts spread throughout the islands, most on their own private island, vying for your attention and booking. This can make deciding which one to choose for your next island getaway a tough decision at best. But, if you're on the hunt for a room situated right above coral heads and tropical, colorful fish as well as multiple dinging options and a spa, you'll find exactly what you're looking for in the Constance Moofushi Resort Maldives. Here, overwater villas start at only US$1,082 per night for two people.

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The Deal

An overwater villa at the Constance Moofushi Resort Maldives for US$1,082 (taxes and resort fees extra) per night for two people.

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The Details

A resort nestled over a lagoon filled with coral, tropical fish and sea life, the Constance Moofushi Resort Maldives is a dream come true for many. Here, guests will find a tropical escape brimming with activities, dining options and resort amenities. Nightly rates change throughout the year, with overwater room rates starting out at US$1,082 per night for two people during the month of October. If you’re willing to pay around the US$1,000 mark, you’ll find the rooms and location to be well worth the money.

Large rooms with entertainment and a view

In total, there are 86 different overwater rooms in two different styles, one being almost twice the size of the other. There are also 24 island rooms, if you so choose. Each of the water villas however, come with a large range of amenities suited to both comfort and beauty. These amenities include a kingsize bed as well as an extra bed in each bedroom, complimentary Wi-Fi, an entertainment system including a Mac mini and an LCD TV and a lovely sitting area.


Guests will also find a few extras including a minibar, a safe for your valuables, a tea and coffee making center, a ceiling fan, air conditioning and a wooden terrace to enjoy an ocean view from. Rooms are designed in whites, tans and browns with wooden floors.

Fishing excursions, a spa and more

Along with the beautiful rooms, the resort further caters and wows with 2 restaurants and 2 bars, with one of the restaurants serving as a buffet alongside a plethora of activities to partake in. Some of these activities including swimming in the swimming pool, snorkeling, scuba diving, pedal boating, windsurfing, kayaking and enjoying a catamaran boat ride.


Guests will also find on-site, a gym, a boutique, luggage storage and laundry service as well as a 24 hour front desk that’s always ready to answer any questions you may have. If you’re looking to relax, the Spa de Constance offers a relaxing space with 8 treatments rooms and a yoga pavilion all located over the water.

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  1. We have a group that is looking for a resort with scuba diving for the end of July. It would be several couples and some teenagers. Are there any resorts where the diving is included?
    Thank you

    1. Sam,

      I’m not aware of any Maldives resorts where scuba diving is included or even heavily discounted. The good news is that almost every island offers diving and most offer instruction. So your best bet is to find a resort that you like at a reasonable price, and the diving package will probably also be reasonably affordable. Best of luck with this. -Roger

    1. Kelly,

      I’m glad this site has been helpful. Our list of scuba diving resorts will cover snorkeling as well. For the most part, snorkeling below water villas in the Maldives isn’t very exciting because there aren’t large reefs inside the lagoons where the resorts are located. In general the resorts all offer boat rides to nearby reefs, and many of those boats to go the same places. Most resorts seem to offer at least one if not two snorkeling boats per day, and they are usually included in your room price. There are probably some exceptions though. And of course the larger resorts are more likely to have more boats and departures than small resorts. So my advice would be to choose a resort based on everything else and then check to see if they offer snorkeling trips. If so then check the TripAdvisor reviews by searching for "snorkeling" and you’ll get the reviews that mention it. -Roger

  2. Hello
    We are looking for an OWB that has a pool for May. Would you have a recommendation for which would be best? We have heard you want to be in the Northwest in May to avoid bad weather

    1. Lori,

      After having read literally thousands of Maldives resort reviews, I see very few that ever mention any weather disappointments. Still, the weather in the north might be less volatile during the summer season, and you can get a great deal at some of the resorts up there.

      Specifically, have a look at the Beach House at Iruveli Maldives, which is a 5-star resort that is as far north as you can go in the archipelago. In May they are offering their huge water villas (110 square meters) for only around US$550 including all taxes, and each has a plunge pool out on the terrace.

      If that one doesn’t work for you, let me know and I can probably find one or two others, but this is the best one that comes to mind. -Roger