This upmarket offering is as reliably impressive as any in the Four Seasons portfolio. Kuda Huraa boasts a stunning lagoon, flower gardens, a private spa island reached by traditional dhoni and of course that beautiful turquoise water we’ve come to expect of this part of the Indian Ocean. Architecture is rustic and traditional rather than glam contemporary, but it suits this palm-fringed, rural setting. Floor to ceiling windows in the 96 bungalows and suites maximise ocean views. Daybeds under thatched gazebos tempt guests from their private pools. The rooms are spacious, comfortable and elegant, with marble bathrooms that boast rain showers and standalone tubs. There’s plenty to do if you can drag yourself away, such as cookery lessons, jetpacks, surfing, diving and dolphin-spotting trips. Learn more about the environment at the hotel’s Marine Discovery Centre.
We love how accessible the Four Seasons is: just a 25 minute speedboat ride from the international airport, there’s no need to worry about missing your seaplane transfer because of a delayed flight. But you don’t need to sacrifice your tropical paradise on the altar of convenience – this place is as gorgeous as any of the outlying islands.
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