Park Hyatt Hadahaa
Huvadhoo Atoll, Maldives
Park Hyatt Hadahaa is truly a tropical island paradise set in the North Huvadhoo Atoll, 400 km south of Male international airport. Surrounded by only the vast expanse of sky and sea, the resort’s 50 Park and Water Villas offer the ultimate hideaway.
At a Glance
Park Hyatt Hadahaa has one of the best house reefs in the Maldives
There is a marine biologist on site for guided snorkeling and also diving trips
The remoteness of the resort gives it a real desert island feeling, it takes a bit longer to get there but is really worth it
Park Hyatt Hadahaa offers a premium all-inclusive option
The island does not have any wave breaks surrounding it so the beach can change from one side to another
The Hyatt Thrive program really invests in the local community, enabling employees to contribute to their communities despite living away from home
Call us on 858 523 9000 to start planning your vacation to Park Hyatt Hadahaa
At least 10km away from any other island, sitting on an untouched atoll, surrounded by one of the most beautiful reefs you will find in the tropics, there are few better or more impressive havens to be found in this paradise.
The resort offers the ultimate Maldivian experience of turquoise and azure waters and fine white beaches, complemented by tranquil settings. Succumb to the healing sensation of holistic wellness at Park Hyatt Hadahaa, where every experience is centerd on bringing your mind, body and soul towards a new equilibrium.
The essence of the Maldives flows into the culinary and wellness experiences too. Savor authentic local cuisine and pamper yourself at the spa retreat, an oasis of indulgence and rejuvenation.
Great care has been taken in the construction of Park Hyatt Hadahaa to preserve the natural vegetation in order to maintain the ambience of the island and minimize the environmental footprint of the resort. Environmental awareness and protection are key considerations in all our guest experiences. Park Hyatt Hadahaa is the first resort in the Maldives to adhere to the standards for Green Globe certification in the construction stage and resort operations.
Only a few steps away from the white beaches guests can discover a whole new world of snorkeling or scuba diving. The unspoiled and easily accessible coral reef is no more than 50 m from the shore, unveiling a mesmerising underwater world.
All guests are welcome to collect their snorkeling equipment from the water sports center where the instructors will give snorkeling techniques and tips, conduct snorkeling lessons and provide guests with more information about the marine life.
The dive center also offers a unique à la carte diving program enabling guests to customize their dive experience. Dive wherever you want, go whenever you want and all this with your private instructor and private boat as an option.
Park Hyatt Maldives, Hadahaa is the most premium all-inclusive offering in the Maldives with all rates booked through Scott Dunn based on the Pure Hadahaa package. This allows pure indulgence throughout any stay at Park Hyatt.
The 50 uniquely designed land and water villas at the Park Hyatt Hadahaa are well planned to meet the needs of every guest.
The Park Villas provide a private island home for guests desiring tranquility. Nestled among the natural vegetation of the island, they create an intimate setting for relaxation. The Park Pool Villas feature a private plunge pool adjacent to the outdoor deck. The Park Water Villas offer panoramic ocean views and the sound of soft waves lapping below. Whether on land or over the water, each villa features modern interiors with in-villa iPads, digital media hubs, a home entertainment system and tea and coffee making facilities.
Nestled within the natural vegetation, these 165m² villas boast floor-to-ceiling windows for ample natural light. Interiors feature a king-sized bed and chaise lounge and outdoors guests can enjoy a private deck with table and chairs, day bed, two sunbeds, outdoor terrazzo bathtub and rainshower, as well as private beach access.
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These 180m² villas feature an additional private plunge pool to cool off in the Maldivian sunshine. Indoors the villas house a king-sized bed and chaise lounge and outdoors guests can enjoy a private deck with table and chairs, day bed, two sunbeds, outdoor terrazzo bathtub and rainshower, as well as private beach access.
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These 265m² land villas feature a large pool with semi-submerged sun beds, outdoor cabana, a king size bed and a private outdoor terrazzo bathtub and rain shower area.
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The 115m² water villas offer 180 degree ocean views through floor-to-ceiling windows, direct access to the house reef below from a private sundeck with daybed and one king-sized bed. Children under the age of 12 are not authorized to stay in Park Water Villas for reasons of safety.
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The spacious 300m² 2 bedroom villa features a large pool with semi-submerged sun beds, outdoor cabana, a private outdoor terrazzo bathtub and rain shower, master bedroom with king-sized bed and a second 44m² bedroom with two twin beds and separate bathroom.
Although there are no specific child care facilities, children are most welcome at Park Hyatt Hadahaa. Food and meal times can be tailored to suit the younger guests and babysitting can be arranged for those that require it. The instructors at the dive center will help with snorkeling techniques as well as sailing or kayaking instruction.
Park Hyatt Hadahaa offers a refreshing and healthy dining experience of the highest international standard with an excellent choice of two restaurants. All villas are on an all-inclusive basis when booked through Scott Dunn for a minimum of five nights making it a truly indulgent stay in the Maldives, while retaining a premium feel.
Nestled in its own enclave, the privacy and tranquillity of the spa offers guests the ultimate in holistic treatments. Other facilities include a gym, yoga pavilions, two fresh water pools, PADI Dive Center, Library, CD/DVD library, Living boutique, Islandwide Wi-Fi, Home theater and iPod docking station, 24-hour in-villa dining.
The PADI 5 Star Dive Center, Blue Journeys, lets guests explore the beautiful, clear warm waters in the still undiscovered North Huvadhoo Atoll. Just 50m from the shore discover a whole new world of snorkeling or scuba diving on the unspoiled and easily accessible coral reef.
Guests can collect snorkeling equipment from the water sports center where support is given in snorkeling techniques and tips, conducting snorkeling lessons and providing information about the marine life.
Location & Directions
Huvadhoo Atoll, Maldives
Alila Villas Hadahaa is set on a tropical island in the North Huvadhoo Atoll, about 400 km to the south from Male. The islands here are covered by lush vegetation such as palm, and banyan trees and tropical flowers, and fringed by pristine sandy beach.
When to go
The Maldives has a tropical climate distinguished by two seasons, or monsoons: the dry northeast monsoon from December to March, and the wet southwestern monsoon from May to November, with more strong winds and rain. April is a transitional period noted for clear water and heat. The temperature remains remarkably consistent at around 30°C.
February to April is the hottest period and resorts are almost all operating at capacity during this period. Mid-December to early January comes at even more of a premium due to Christmas and New Year and prices are even higher. Easter and the Italian vacation week in August also attract peak prices at most resorts.
Storms are more likely from May to November, though it’s still warm, skies can be cloudy and the humidity is higher. This is the low season, with fewer people and lower prices, with the exception of August.
Diving is good year-round, although a basic rule is that life on the reef is more varied and visibility better on the western side of any atoll from May to November and from the eastern side of any atoll December to April.
The surfing season runs from March to October, which is when resorts are cheapest.