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Shangri-La's Villingili Resort & Spa
Addu Atoll 9.0 /10Superb
A top resort, has high level service minded staff and multi activities including golf, a spa and a luxury yacht that can be hired, located a short ... Massage, Water Activities, TV, Restaurant, Fitness Centre, Babysitting, Bar, Dry Cleaning
Herathera Island Resort
Addu Atoll 7.8 /10Good
Set on Herathera Island, ideal for those that enjoy water and beach activities, has 3 swimming pools, and well designed, roomy size villas, a lovely ... Concierge, Reception - 24 Hour, Business Centre, Swimming Pool - Outdoor, Shops, Beauty Salon / Hairdresser, Shower, Tennis Courts
Equator Village Resort
Addu Atoll 7.4 /10Good
Connects to other islands by a causeway, has comfortable, practical fitted rooms, that are in beautiful gardens, with a nice pool and a house reef ... Shower, Tennis Courts, Bar, Restaurant, Billiards, Swimming Pool - Bar, Refrigerator, Volleyball
Gan Island Retreat
Has a gorgeous ocean view infinity pool, and practical rooms that are located in refurbished colonial buildings, has a 18- Club that serves tea, ...
Maldives Addu Atoll hotels mapMaldives, Addu Atoll intro. At the very southern end of the Maldives archipelago is Addu Atoll, a collection of relatively large islands, three of which are connected by causeways and roads. Most of the 22,000 residents live along the western reef on islets like Hithadhoo, Gan, Maradhoo and Feydhoo. The entire atoll is known as the Second City of the Maldives, featuring a great mix of traditional Addu culture and world-class beach resorts. This string of islands is the best base for exploring traditional Maldivian communities, as all of the inhabited islands are connected by road and easy to reach by bike or taxi. There are amazing Addu Atoll hotels in various pretty spots around town. Known for their fierce independence, local Addu people provide a unique glimpse into the real face of the Maldives, where tourism is not the only game in town. Keep in mind, though, that Addu Atoll is better suited for intrepid travellers who don't mind roughing it a bit.