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Clam, relaxed and luxurious paradise just 40min away from the airport. Service was extremely polite and friendly, we even had direct WhatsApp contact with a personal organiser (Kencho) that was all the time checking that we were perfectly happy with everything as well as booking restaurants for us (she was great). Real luxury feeling. Food was so good it was difficult to decide what and where to eat everyday. Activities outside of the all-inclusive pack were in the high end of cost but worth it (e.g motor sports pack circa 400$) We will come back.
A very Rejuvenating Trip!
From a grand welcome upon arrival to a warm farewell it was all so touching! We are so glad that we chose to stay at Coco Bodu Hithi. From waiters to housekeeping staff - all radiated so much warmth and a very special mention of Ms.Reema here whose hospitality cannot be put in words! Spread at Buffet is vast .. Property is well maintained. There is so much of scenic beauty around .. truly heavenly! Have no second thoughts.. have a lifetime of magical experience at COCO BODU HITHI
A paradise created by God
When one comes back from an exotic holiday, one remembers places. When my family and I came back from Coco Bodu Hithi, we remembered the people. People like Misbah. Humayun. Jalil. Husaan. These four three and countless others made our stay so memorable and warm, that I have no words to express my gratitude. They were always there with a smile to fulfil our wishes with a smile. And even if they couldn’t, they still said it with a smile. I am a pretty frequent traveller, but I’ve never felt such warmth ever. The first impression I live in one of the most crowded cities in the world, perched right on the Arabian Sea. I am a frequent traveller to beaches across the world. And yet, my first impression of Coco Bodu Hithi was one of stunned wonder. How could such a beautiful place even exist? The water on the house reef was transparent. The sand on the beach was like talcum powder. Little crabs scurried across the sand making trails. A tortoise went swimming lazily past. A electric ray went in and out of the coral reefs. And the water was a shade of blue I’d never seen before. It’s as if God himself had descended. The accommodation: We stayed for three nights on a beach villa. And three nights in a water villa. The beach villa was humongous. It had a private plunge pool at the back with a wooden deck. The room was an immense hall with a living area, an indoor bath tub large enough for two, wash rooms and storage areas. One side of the villa opened out to the beach – a very, very private beach. Since it was my 50th birthday, the hotel welcomed me with bottle of sparkling wine which was a lovely gesture in itself. Basically, the biggest decision in life was to figure out whether to have champagne lazing on the deck chair on a white sandy beach. Or having it while inside the bathtub. Or while inside the plunge pool. Tough decisions all. After three nights, we moved to a water villa. The hotel was kind enough to upgrade our water villa to a higher one. But let me warn you, we went during low tourist season. So the resort was 60% occupied only. Which is why, they could accede to our request. The villas felt like someone had constructed a paradise on stilts. There’s something really surreal about listening to the sounds of water when you are sleeping. Like the beach villa, the water villa had ample places to take a shower. A double bath-tub. An outdoor plunge pool. An outdoor shower. Or the traditional shower stall. And if you didn’t like any of these, then you could always climb down from the villa straight into the Indian Ocean for a dip. Be warned however, the currents are strong. While we did see some people plunge into the reef straight from the villa, they seemed like expert swimmers to me. The only issue about staying in The Residences (their upper end version of the water villas) was, it was a bit far from the dining area. So, one has to walk a bit. However they do have buggies at the halfway point. The food: Guest can opt for a full board (breakfast-lunch-dinner) or a half board (Breakfast + one lunch/dinner) The spread was stupendous. There were different themes every day. One day, was traditional Maldivian spread. One day was American street food. Another day was Mediterranean. SE Asian food was midweek. And the amount of food there was too much. We even got dumplings which was not on the buffet. There’s something magical about sitting under a starlit sky with a glass of wine. By the way, alcohol is expensive and you have to buy from the hotel. No, you cannot buy from duty-free and take it to the resort. Water sports: If you love water sports, then you won’t get bored. There’s snorkelling, canoeing, surfing, para-sailing and much more. There’s a separate diving centre who will gladly take you into the middle of the ocean for a dive. We went snorkelling and saw a tortoise and several shoals of fish up close, swimming with us. My only regret is, I didn’t have a GoPro camera with me. Bottomline: I recommend Coco Bodu Hithi for two reasons. 1. They have one of the biggest house reefs in North Male. 2. They are genuinely very welcoming and warm.
Nice place.I stayed two nights at the beach villa , i was amazing , highly recommended. Two nights at water villa it was good but recommend the escape water villa is better. The restaurant-and the food was good and delicious. The stuff was very respectful and nice mainly yassin was our guid he is very nice.
Honeymoon vacation as per our expectations ❤️
Let me start with the first when we arrived we meet Yaseen our host he does our check in and escort to the villa and our villa was so good as in the picture and we had good time here . And the island is very beautiful we suggest all the honeymooners to visit coco Buduhithi and at the last I want to thank Yaseen that he make our honeymoon very special and he take a good care of us . I hope to see you soon
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