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Water villas maldives

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Water villas maldives

Looking for water villas in the Maldives for up to £1500 pp for 14 days.

Although would happily stay in a water villa somewhere else. No overly excited about being around other honeymooners. Does anyone have any suggestions or advice?

thank you

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1. Re: Water villas maldives

hi

when do you want to go?

is your budget per night or per week?

are flights include in your budget?

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... but do you like company of other people's children? Just wondering, as honeymooners bother you ...

Would greatly help in terms of recommending suitable resorts.

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I may be very wrong but in all honesty I do not think you will get 14 days in a Water Villa in the Madives for £1,500 pp (7 days may be more achieveable). Even if you got somewhere close it would be purely on a B&B/HB basis so you would need to add in the cost of drinks and your travel dates would need to fall within the 'wet' season of May to Oct/Nov.

The Maldives aren't just for honeymooners but unless you specifically want to go there and can adjust your budget/requirements accordingly you may be better off picking an alternative destination.

By all means pop back with planned travel dates and requirements and we can try and assist you further.

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4. Re: Water villas maldives

You have no chance of a waterbungalow for that amonut for 14 days all inclusive, you may get a B+B but unlikely, as for other honeymooners - its the Maldives, there are always going to be honeymooners.

If you settle for a beach villa it would be achievable all inc but it depends on what time of year you go as the prices rise and fall in line with the seasons

Edited: 07 February 2011, 18:11
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5. Re: Water villas maldives

on that budget you are looking at the 3* islands at best - summer island village AI or maybe fihalhohi which is FB and you may just get a WV for that price.

sg

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