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Kuramathi Island Resort
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Reviewed 20 October 2007

The surrounding beaches was amazing here, we stayed in a water bungalow in the sea. They were very close together and you could see eachother when you were on your balcony so not very private. The food wasnt very nice, it was buffet style. The serve cold soup and hot roll as an example! The staff were very shy and quiet, they did not understand English very well at all which sometimes made them come across as rude. If we went back to the Maldvies we would not return here.

  • Stayed May 2007, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 18 October 2007

We have just arrived back from a 2 week honeymoon to Kuramathi Village.

There are somethings you need to consider if this is to be a 2 week holiday and especially if you are honeymooners.(most people were)

Good Points.

Island very clean
Great Food on All Inclusive ( dont bother with the special meal for honeymooners...the wine is the good bit not the food!) Really good choices every day.
Weather fab
Snorkelling Amazing
Wildlife Abumbant
Fung Bar Superb Value on All Inclusive
Spa treatments good, wet areas not as good as DavidLloyd Clubs.
Cottage Spa & Blue Lagoon wonderful peaceful and much better quality all round.
Gym excellent
Great laundry service and cheap for next day
Free snorkelling gear
Beach & bath towles provided everyday
Great aircon in rooms
Mini Moke taxi service
Entertainment Good ( 2 weeks it gets a bit samey)

Points to be Aware Of.

The only rooms worth staying in at the village are the superior in Coconut Village or rooms 105-9.
Pay extra as you will not get an upgrade in resort
Resort is running at 96% occupancy all year round
All standard bungalows are in dire need of a refit.
Bathrooms are shabby 2* rating or below! Ours was mouldy.
Reps have no authority to move guests, you must state you problems direct with the hotel and then you may get moved, it took us 6 days to move. 3 without hot water and a distugusting smell for 2 of those.
Dont put up with bad rooms they can move you as there are arrivals & departures all week as this is an exceptionally internationally populated resort.( the italians all got moved quicker than us!!)
You will be charged 10% on everything for service on the island.
Large generator located near blue lagoon water bungalows, very noisey 24hrs all the time.
Watersports limited, Ok for wind surfing though.
Watersports enthusiasts dont bother with this resort

Eating out of All Inclusive.

We had some great meals but the best was by far the island grill.


Make sure you take all your tolietries including the girlie things, you cant buy anywhere even the aiport european branded sanitory wear.

Headache tablets are only avaiable at the doctor as with anacids etc.

Very poor on this account.But the medical centre is good unless you are very ill as it only opens at certain times...

Lots of people ( including my partner) had tummy bugs, cause unknown.

Mosquitoes & Bugs.

Although the island is fumigated, dont be fooled they will bite you at the Village!! Sandflys at the beach too are nasty critters.
Less bitten people tendered to be in the other 2 resorts!!!

Those who didnt apply Autan or Repelant didnt get biten, the later did and with verosity. One girl was covered in over 50 bites.


Everyone expects a tip, even the guy who sweeps the paths to the guy who cooks you eggs at breakfast. It is not ideal and causes embarrasment on arrival & departure. It is also a pain, and makes you less wanting to tip.
If you do keep it to $10-15 for room boy per week, $1-2 for drinks and other services.
All staff are salaried so its not just tip only pay they recieve.
It is also often the waiters birthday on your departure date too!


Excellent Value
Excellent Service
Well worth it a must!


DO NOT USE !!!!!!!

Appauling way to travel...go Emirates if you can it will be worth it.

Overall we have a good time, although for the amount of money it costs and the travel time to get there we are certain we would have had a better time on another resort. And absolutley certain better service else where.

If you do go and want All Inclusive stay in the Coconut Village.
If you do not drink lots then stay in either fo the other 2 resorts they are by far the most exclusive and what you should expect from the cost of these holidays!

Kuramathi is certainly not 4-5*
At best it is overall 3*

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Reviewed 27 September 2007

We had a superb holiday in Kuramathi Village and can't fault it in any way.

The boat trip from the airport took around 1 hour 15 mins and was a little bit bumpy despite the sea looking like a millpond but if you have fairly good sea legs then you should have no problems. If you suffer from sea sickness at all I would recommend taking the plane.

On arrival at the island until the we left we did nothing but relax and were really well looked after. The food at all meals was of good quality and lots of choice, something suit all tastes and varied each night. The service was excellent and the specialist restaurants, of which there are a good selection on the island, didn't seem to be very busy at all due to the main restaurants being very good.

We had one of the Deluxe Rooms which was an amazing thatched cottage. It was spacious, always kept spotlessly clean and the outside shower was fantastic! We were just a stones throw from the beach and had a nice terrace to sit at night and sip cocktails on and watch the bats flap about and listen to the sea lapping on the shore! The room had digital safe in it which I thought was brilliant, it is free to use and you set your own PIN code to operate it.

The beach was amazing, we were on the lagoon side which had the better beach and it seemed we were the only ones there and it was so peaceful. The water crystal clear, warm and full of fish! The other side of the island has the house reef, more of a current in the sea on this side of the island, so take care. We had free use of snorkelling gear so no real need to take your own. The hotel also supply beach towels so no need to take those either.

The all inclusive option was really good in our opinion - the bar was really good - superb range of cocktails - The Island Special was very good! The entertainment was good each night and a really relaxed atmosphere. If you don't go all inclusive be prepared for a big bill at the end of your holiday!

We went on the included sunset cruise which was a nice hour long trip - the sunsets are spectacular.

All in all this was a superb holiday, completely relaxing and in a stunning location. The staff, of which there seemed to be more of than guests, quietly and efficiently attend to all your needs, nothing seems to be any trouble at all. We can't wait to go back one day!

  • Liked — Clean, outdoor shower and being close to the beach
  • Disliked — Nothing to dislike
  • Stayed August 2007, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 26 September 2007

Just got back from Kuramathi Blue Lagoon yesterday. The whole experience was wonderful and relaxing. Flew with Monarch airlines as part of the package deal - think I'd definitely try and book direct and get different flights next time, the flight was cramped and the entertainment consisted of one film and TV repeats which kept stopping every 15 minutes. Got the boat to the island there and the air taxi back - both journeys were fine, the island is actually 56km North West of the airport so the boat journey took 90 mins. It was actually fine but got a little bit rough at times. The air taxi takes 20 - 25 mins and we paid $125 each via reception.
When we arrived we were told we had been upgraded to a water bungalow which was a great surprise. All the staff at the Blue Lagoon are very helpful and friendly, you get a room boy, waiter and drinks waiter allocated for you all week and we found them all to be really excellent. The island itself is beautiful and teaming with wildlife - flying foxes, crabs, herons and exotic fish. The food was usually buffet breakfast, and then rotated between a set menu and buffet daily. Loved the spa so went twice, I think it's best to book in advance as it seemed very busy both days we were there. This is a perfect place for a honeymoon or romantic holiday, it is so relaxing in an idyllic location. Usually get very bored on beach type holidays but wasn't at all - would definitely go back.

  • Liked — Amazing setting, friendly staff, wildlife
  • Disliked — Nothing
  • Stayed September 2007, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 8 September 2007

We were away at the same time as the previous reviewer 'diasapointed', (who was our neighbour), and feel we should re-dress the balance of said review, although in the interests of sticking to the post guidelines we will stay away from commenting directly on her post, with some gritting of teeth.

We travelled with Monarch, a budget airline, and it was OK. No delays, and luckily we had a spare seat next to us. The speedboat transfer was fine. It was quite a large boat, at least fifty or so passengers, the sea was calm, though it was a relief to finally arrive at the island.

The island is split into three categories, though the whole island is owned by the same company. The Village, the only place that has an AI option, is the economy part of the island, (though we still found it pretty luxurious - depends what you're used to!). Your AI is only applicable to the main restaurant and bar, if you want to 'eat out', an the other restaurants you can obtain a 20% discount voucher from your waiter, and he will book it for you for that evening. You will have the same waiter for the duration for your stay and it is expected that you tip him around $10 per week. Our waiter Ibrahim, was great, even remembering how many sugars we had in teas and coffees in the morning. You are seated at a table and that becomes yours for the duration of your stay, so get a good one on the first night! The food was good, and there was a good variety daily, of meat, fish, pasta etc., though there were some quite strange combinations of foods all together! Salad was not available every day at lunchtime, which my husband would have liked, after a large breakfast in the morning. Breakfast was either cereals, fruit, cooked, or freshly cooked omelettes, with a variety of breads, or plain sliced for toast. Lunch and dinner were usually buffets, though some nights were 'a la carte', which generally meant one dish only! Being Honeymooners, we had one 'candlelit dinner' on the house, which was great, with a complimentary bottle of wine. The Fung Bar, where the AI was applicable to, opened at 9, (for our daily Bloody Maria and Bloody Mary, respectively), and closed when the last person left.

Entertainment was pretty low key, a disco, a karaoke night and a local band, which rotated around the three bars on the island. We took a laptop with us, so we could just go back to the room with a couple of cocktails and watch a movie, or listen to some music, instead of sitting in the bar every night.

We had a standard room, which was a circular shaped thatched bungalow, with a small shower room and toilet. It was kept immaculately tidy by our 'room boy', Majid, who came twice a day to make the bed and get rid of the ever increasing amount of sand that we managed to spread about. He also made beautiful heart shapes with the sheets and covered the bed in tropical flowers - beautiful. Once again, it is appropriate to tip your room boy $10 per week of your stay. We had air conditioning, which worked well, and also a ceiling fan. On the two occasions that we had problems with the plumbing in the bathroom, they were dealt with very swiftly. Our bungalow looked out over the sea, the side of the island that the sun rose on, Two lilos were also provided for us to use. Towels were changed twice daily if needed, and beach towels also provided, and changed when necessary. We borrowed snorkeling equipment from the shop at no extra cost. Only thing with the room I would say is that the water is not always hot, as a solar powered tank is shared by a few bungalows, so get in the shower early, if you want a piping hot one. Mini fridge in the room, NOT a mini bar, bur you can fill it with bottles of water,coke,sprite or fanta, which you order from theFung Bar and sign for on you AI.

The 'Business Class', area of the island is the Cottage and Spa. Located around where the swimming pool is, there are another couple of restaurants and bars there and also a tennis court and the gym and sauna. I had a massage at the spa that was fantastic, but you must book it a few days in advance as it gets very busy. If you do not show up, they will charge you 50%, so remember when it is if you do it a few days ina advance. The pool is not free, it's $15 pppw, but it's a beautiful free form pool, with chunky sun loungers, (with mattresses), and towels are provided, you just need to ask at the bar. The pool stays open until 11 in the evening.

Further on towards the far end of the island from the villagers the 'First Class' area, The Blue Lagoon. Didn't have much to do with it, but we spent a few afternoons snorkeling up around the sand bank, which was gorgeous. There is a restaurant up there too, looks good, if not a bit pricey. The Thai restaurant was fantastic, and the Mongolian BBQ, held once a week in the Palm court restaurant is supposed to be pretty good.

On the AI, it says that windsurfing is included. It is, but only for one hour each day, and the only if you are proficient. My husband who is an RYA instructor, was not allowed to teach me, and you are not allowed out to use your one hour unless you have three one hour lessons, tallying up at $145, ouch! The equipment, my husband tells me is fairly basic as well.. They have some water sports, glass bottomed kayaks, wake-boarding and banana boating, but these also cost extra, $18 for three goes to stand up on the wakeboard, but $22 if you make it round without falling off?! Not quite sure about that one!

Two free excursions, shopping trip to Rasdhoo, the island opposite, fairly depressing, and a sharp contrast to the cleanliness of Kuramathi, with ciggie buts, plastic bottles and rubbish all over the place, especially on the beach. Looks beautiful when you pull in on the boat, but when you walk around and away from the shops a bit, out to where the locals live, it's all a bit different. Lots of tourists, who after having paid a tidy sum to go The Maldives, ( not to mention boasting, on the boat over, of the £25,000 their wedding had cost, as was the case with one London couple ) then proceed to moan about, patronise, and insult the locals, whilst trying to convince themselves of their "first World" superiority, through quibbling and haggling over a few dollars...Please, behave yourself people! Small hospital and some Police wandering around. You'll find yourself trailed and talked to every shop you go in. Not a lot more there than in the 'souvenir shop', in the village, and generally more expensive too, but possibly more helpful to the local people than ploughing more money back into the kuramathi "shops" catering to their already captive customers...

Only other shops on Kuramathi are Gemstone/Jewellers, which I found limited and very pricey, but it's a luxury resort, and it's a cornered market! Also dive shop, (where you borrow snorkeling stuff from). All the gear for diving, to buy. And string bikini's in sizes so large they shouldn't make them that big, (sorry, but really, if you're that large please don't wear one, even though you can probably find your own bit of beach to get away with it!).

Photo developers for those without digital cameras who can't wait.

Good reports of the Dive School, though my husband, who found all his dive documents, minutes before leaving couldn't go, due to an "ear infection"(Mmmm....). Met some people who'd been on the cave dive, and said it was amazing. Giant turtles and all.

Modern looking medical facility with decompression chamber, next to the dive school, and Doctor around for morning and evenings consults. $30 for prescriptions.

Didn't go on the Coral Romance Trip, but our neighbours Ruth and Steve did. Said it was incredible, be prepared for naked massage, boys! Speed boat to the island could be painful if you've got a bad back,

Didn't go on the Sunset Cruise, it's on most days for an hour early evening (sunset actually!), think they give you a glass of bubbly something....

Couple of computers you can use for Internet access, quite expensive $5 for 15 mins, broadband, but sluggish. We took the laptop over a couple of times and just plugged that in. No other networks on the island.

TV room at reception, only ever saw the staff who were watching the cricket in there, when off duty.

Phone in your room costs a small fortune, we paid $40 for two calls to Blighty, $16 for one and $24 for the other, and one was just for leaving a voicemail! There are 2 or 3 phone boxes on the island, (just plain weird!), but take your mobile and text.

All in all fabulous time away, everything is charged to your room number, with 10% service charge on everything. You sign for each round of drinks you get, and each evening at the restaurnt for the drinks you've had that day. Got a bit worried tht they'd charge 10% for everything in the AI bar, but it was ok. Bills get settled up the evening before you leave. Would love to go back if we win the Lottery.....

One last point - wouldn't even think about anything other than the AI package, if you like a drink on holiday, and most of us do, I guess. The thought of what our final bill would have looked like had we gone for full-board or even half-board, leaves me feeling positively smug to have chosen the A.I. Forget about doing anything on a shoestring, as the local currency is principally reserved for the locals, it seemed. As a once in a lifetime type spoilt rotten , luxury destination ....... worked great for us. Thanks and respect to all the staff who helped make our honeymoon so magical, as well as the holidaymakers we met who we shared some great moments with. Shame that there is always someone ( or more than one), everywhere, who encourages the worldview of the Brits as ill-mannered yobs.

The Maldives may be southern Asia but has very little in common with any of the other major holiday destinations, there. No backpackers, open air markets, shady locals selling blowpipes/beach towels or anything else they think could make a few bucks with, constantly harassing you on the beach, makes for a feeling of honesty and tranquility that helps relax you and lets you enjoy yourself to the full - Leaving your purse in the bar only to get a call at your room saying it was safe and to collect it anytime, with the contents all still intact, so refreshing for those of us living in inner city London or other urban sprawls.
Finally make sure you have a couple of days free on your return, as it takes a while to get back into city mode, let alone work.

P.S. - CIgarettes dirt cheap in duty free on the way back, dont be tempted in the resort, also only buy bottles of anything you want to carry on with you at duty free - they will end up confiscated at customs

  • Liked — the cleanliness, quality of service, proximity to beach
  • Disliked — not enoughlug sockets
  • Stayed August 2007, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 3 September 2007

Got back from the cottage club last week, had a great time. We were half board in this resort and stayed in a water bungalow. (255)The water bungalow was lovely and nice n cool when you came in in the evenings. There was a mini bar in the room so this was handy to put water in etc. Cleaned twice a day.

The food in our restaurant was ok, we ate 4 out of the 6 nights here, they do themed buffets or a set menu. We also ate in the Siam thai and the Laguna Grill both these places were v nice n cost around 90 dollars incl a btl of wine and service charge.
The lunches were tastey but small portions, we ate in the pool bar, palm beach and down in the Blue lagoon, we had some nice pizza in the palm beach.
The resort is quiet so at night around 12 everything winds down. We met a group of Irish & English honeymooners so it livened things up and we were up til 1 n 2am
The waiters cant do enough for you, they were such hard working people so try tip them when you can.
We went to the spa and got a cpls masage, this was a very relaxing area.
Drinks ranged from $2.80 - 4.50 and cocktails approx $7-10 dollars.
Our drinks and food bill for the 6 days and nights totalled 820 dollars, This included two meals in the laguna grill and siam thai
that totalled $170 and drinking til one or two in the morning.
We rented out a canoe and went up to the sand bank this is a good laugh, takes about 50 mins to go up and back incl time for a quick dip when u get there.
I would def recommend here, any questions send me on a msg

Stayed August 2007
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Reviewed 3 September 2007

We took the 1hour or so speedboat to Kuramathi, and when we arrived, my heart skipped a beat (As i'm sure everyone does wherever they go in the maldives)
We had a beach bungalow at the Cottage Club, which was great. A big enough room, No TV (Brilliant) big bathroom, with bathtub and outdoor rainforest shower. The rooms were cleaned once or twice a day and were always clean. Breakfast was plentiful and great!
We booked a Breakfast only deal, and were happy with that choice as the restaurant at the 3 star Kuramathi Village was amazing - £10 for a massive main course of either 2x tuna steaks, or 2x fillet steaks (For 1 person!)
The wine was reasonably cheap - we ended up spending about £500 for both of us for the whole 7 days, taking into considerations that that covers all our drinks and lunches and dinners! WOW.
The snorkelling is ok, as the coral is quite whitewashed, not the best, but i think the whole maldives is pretty much whitewashed, Still saw alot of amazing fish, stingrays and also amazing tortoise and lots of sharks!
Didn't get to try the spa, as we were too sunburnt... Oops!
I got a bit of a skinrash due to the sun, and wen't to the medical centre, on the island, the doctor was great and really helpful, my rash was cleared up shortly after and i could enjoy the rest of the holiday (For divers they have a decompression chamber on the island) The snorkel excursions are brilliant.
The nice thing about this resort is that you have so many restaurants on one island, and alot to do (Kareoke, coctails on the beach, live bands etc, the full works)
All and all it is a great place to visit, very reasonable prices.
Unfortunately, they have now caught on that they are quite good, and i see the prices have gone up quite alot.. :-( :-(
You wont be disaapointed

Stayed April 2006
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Property: Kuramathi Island Resort
Region: Maldives > Alifu Atoll > North Ari Atoll > Kuramathi
Bar / Lounge Beach Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Free Breakfast Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Restaurant Spa Suites Swimming Pool Airport Transportation
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Price Range (Based on Average Rates): ££££
Hotel Class:4 star — Kuramathi Island Resort 4*
Number of rooms: 290
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Measuring 1.8 km long, this idyllic resort in North Ari Atoll is dotted with lush flora and fauna, turquoise lagoons and tapers into a pristine sandbank. Catering to all budgets, the choices for villas are many, and ranges from the simple yet stylish Garden Villas to the ever popular honeymooners' favourite over water choice, Water Villa with Jacuzzi. Early 2016, Kuramathi is set to extend the options with new villa categories that will features villas over water, several with private pool and also two bedroom houses suitable for families or friends travelling together. Savour exquisite recipes from over 10 restaurants catering to diverse taste buds. Imbibe tropical concoctions in 6 bars conveniently placed around the island, and they have the added plus of regular evening entertainment. Leave your worries behind, and choose our great-value all inclusive packages to enjoy the best that Kuramathi has to offer. The Basic All Inclusive includes a wide range of premium beverages while the Select All Inclusive is ideal if you wish to have a taste of Kuramathi at its best where you wine and dine at any restaurant of your choice. Rejuvenate, revitalize and beautify at Kuramathi Spa, with its blend of diverse therapies using signature product line Voya, which comes from Ireland and is made from hard-harvested organic seaweed. Dive with eagle rays, friendly sharks and explore world class dive sites. Become a certified sailor at the only Royal Yachting Association certified water sports school in the Maldives. Bond with your family at Bageecha Kids Club and let the children indulge in fun yet educational programs. Learn more about the thriving organisms both in and out of water at the multi award winning Eco Centre. There is simply something for everyone on an island that is naturally Maldives - Kuramathi Island Resort. ... more   less 
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