Part of the Germany-based Robinson Resorts chain, the Robinson Club Maldives is an impressive 4-star resort near the equator. There are 25 water villas including one enormous 2-bedroom suite, along with 76 other beach bungalows and villas, which attract a very international crowd, including many Germans and Japanese.
All the villas are very large, and each includes its own Jacuzzi among many other amenities, but perhaps the best feature of Robinson Club Maldives is the amazing house reef surrounding the resort. Not every private-island resort in the Maldives can boast the kind of diving and snorkeling opportunities that are so accessible here.
Robinson Club Maldives is located on Funamadua Island in the Gaafu-Alifu Atoll, approximately 400 kilometers south of Malé International Airport in the Maldives.
24 Lagoon Villas
-Area: 1,238 sq ft (115 m²)
-One bedroom with 4-poster kingsize bed
1 Lagoon Suite
-Two bedrooms, each with 4-poster kingsize bed
76 Island suites and villas
*Speedboat return transfer from Malé Airport: US$562 per adult
The WellFit spa offers a wide variety of massages, relaxation, and beauty treatments.
To reach the Robinson Club Maldives you’ll need to fly to the main Malé International Airport in the Maldives. From there you’ll board a seaplane for the 50-minute flight to a smaller airport and then a 20-minute speedboat ride to the resort itself.
Reviews for Robinson Club Maldives are overwhelming good, with high praises at every turn. The house reef in the lagoon itself receives rave reviews from nearly everyone, suggesting that this is one of the finest diving and snorkeling spots in the region.
The food gets very high marks as well, which is encouraging for a resort that specializes in all-inclusive packages. At least one person commented that the live music on the beach makes sleeping difficult, but no one else seemed to mind. Rooms are detailed as clean, airy and