The Safari Island Resort and Spa features a private beach, sand banks, and a small accessible reef. Guests here will also find 39 overwater bungalows along with 15 more Semi-Overwater Bungalows that are perched just on the edge of the island. The resort also has 30 beach bungalows, but it is still on the smaller side and only houses one restaurant, a coffee shop, and a bar.
The overwater bungalows here are smaller than most rooms in the Maldives, but they are still larger than typical hotel rooms elsewhere. Each room features a glass-bottom coffee table with direct views down into the lagoon below, plus steps down into the lagoon from the private sun deck. At launch the off season rates are among the most appealing in the Maldives, while the high season rates aren't quite as low.
This resort hosts a whole range of reviews, some good and some less than ideal. Positive reviews detail a great staff that are consistently friendly, views that impress and great food. Negative reviews touch on difficult Wi-Fi, semi clean rooms and lack of a manager on-site to help answer questions and take care of concerns. It is important to keep in mind though that this resort is newer and complaints may be from kinks that will work themselves out over time.