The Como group specialise in simple uncluttered elegance, combining stylish chic authenticity with contemporary comforts
Maalifushi Maldives by Como is a luxurious hotel (opened 2013) by the Como brand (sister hotel to Cocoa Island in the Maldives, The Metropolitan in Bangkok and Parrot Cay in the Caribbean). Located in the serene south west Thaa Atoll, 50 minutes by sea plane from Male (daylight service only).
Maalifushi Maldives has a selection of 65 villas and suites, split equally between island and over water. All are beautifully designed, emphasising elegant simplicity, wonderfully spacious.
- Garden rooms located in the centre of the island, yet just a few minutes walk to the shoreline. Some are inter-connecting. A generous 72 sq.m of total living space.
- Beach Suites are nestled in the shade of the gardens with direct access to the beach. Even more spacious than the garden rooms with 101 sq.m, Junior Suite style with integrated living space.
- Two bedroom beach suite has a master bedroom and a 2nd Jr bedroom, ideal for children. 131 sq.m
- Beach Villas have large bedrooms, and greater indoor and outdoor living space including their own private pool. 116 sq.m. Two bedroom beach pool villas (Master and Twin bedrooms) also available 145 sq.m
- Two Bedroom beach House is duplex and has two good size master bedrooms and private pool.178 sq.m
- Maalifushi Beach Villa (Three bedroom)
- Como Residence (Four bedroom) also available – Details on request.
- Water Suites. Jr Suite style, terrace and plunge pool. 107 sq.m
- Water Villas. Separate living area and large bedroom, sundeck and plunge pool. 120sq.m. Our suggested over water accommodation for families with older more water confident children.
- Maalifushi Water Villa (Two bedroom, 213 sq.m)
- Como Water Villas (408 sq.m) also available – Details on request.
Spectacular swimming pool
Selection of non motorised water sports
Several restaurant options
Kids play area
Como Shambhala Spa
The Como group specialise in simple uncluttered elegance, combining stylish chic authenticity with contemporary comforts. The emphasis in Maalifushi Maldives will be on space and light – totally in tune with the surroundings, with the luxury as much in your eyes as in your finger tips.
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