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Our all inclusive hotels in Maldives

The epitome of paradise, the Maldives, which lies in the Indian Ocean, neighbouring Sri Lanka and India, offers travellers access to a world of exotic splendour; from mesmerising tropical turquoise waters to brilliant beaches and awe-inspiring luxury water villas on their own exclusive islands, it’s a surreal holiday destination. Apart from its astounding beauty, the Maldives offers guests equal measures of tranquillity and activity, affording guests the opportunity to enjoy the exact type of holiday that they desire. And one of the best parts of this destination? The incredible array of all-inclusive hotels in the Maldives, ensuring that no matter what type of trip guests expect, they are able to enjoy their special holiday in the Maldives completely stress-free. 

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All-inclusive hotel stays in the Maldives in a luxury four- or five-star resort island form part of this destination’s biggest attractions—the idea of absolutely everything being catered for to enhance a once-in-a-lifetime trip, being wonderfully appealing for many luxury travellers. 
If you are heading to this island nation and are curious about the all-inclusive hotels in the Maldives, here’s what you need to know: 
All-inclusive packages can truly make your trip to paradise
When you travel to the other side of the world for a once-in-a-lifetime holiday, you might as well make the most of it by choosing an all-inclusive hotel in the Maldives. This will ensure that everything you could possibly need or want is taken care of, so you don’t need to stress about the details of your holiday. In fact, there may even be special inclusions, such as small in-room surprises or experiences that form part of your package that you aren’t even aware of (or that you normally wouldn’t opt for) that have the power to transform a great holiday into an exceptional one. You could also find hotels with early check-in and late check-out options, free bicycle rental, various restaurants to choose from (some resorts have as many as five or more different establishments), classes and incredible activities—it really serves you to do your research and find the best possible option for you.
All-inclusive doesn’t actually that mean everything is for free when you get there
The term ‘all-inclusive’ causes a lot of confusion because it doesn’t actually mean that everything at the resort (offerings, excursions, etc.) is already paid for and included in your package when you get there. 
When you book at an all-inclusive hotel in the Maldives, here is what is typically included:
- Your accommodation (per your booked room type), bathroom amenities, daily service
- Resort-wide complimentary WiFi (not all all-inclusive hotels in the Maldives offer this)
- All meals; breakfast, lunch and dinner (at select hotel restaurants, certain menu items or restaurants may incur an extra charge)
- Drinks; alcoholic and non-alcoholic (these are often restricted to local beverages or cheaper options with premium beverages incurring a charge)
- Non-motorised water sports and certain activities on the daily programmes
- Entertainment
- The room mini bar (most all-inclusive hotels in the Maldives will offer a complimentary mini bar)


These are some of the things that are typically not included at all-inclusive hotels:

- Spa treatments (this depends on the specific hotel and package you book)
- Special or exclusive meals, tastings or experiences
- Motorised water sports
- Excursions
- Seaplane or speedboat transfers
- Gratuities
- Festive season galas
- Premium products or alcohol
- Early check-in or late check-out


All-inclusive hotels in the Maldives often allow guests to enjoy a lot of exceptional experiences and offerings as part of their holiday, but there are other optional, and often, more premium or exclusive items or offerings, that come at an additional fee. For the most part, however, guests are able to enjoy a carefree and convenient holiday in paradise where the most challenging decisions are sure to be which of the hotel restaurants to eat at for each meal.
It’s important that you fully understand what is and what isn’t included in your package before you book your stay to avoid disappointment. The inclusions will vary somewhat from hotel to hotel. 
All-inclusive hotels in the Maldives offer alternative options
While opting for an all-inclusive hotel in the Maldives is highly recommended to ensure your dream holiday is everything you could hope for and more, these types of hotels also offer accommodation on different board bases.

These are the alternate options you can find at many all-inclusive hotels in the Maldives:
- B&B—the room and the breakfast are included in the rate.
- Half board—the room, breakfast and evening meal are included in the rate.
- Full board—the room, breakfast, lunch and evening meal are included in the rate.
These board bases don’t normally include drinks, any snacks or any extras, you will have to pay in for them. The all-inclusive option, which usually offers ample choice and great value (especially in the low season when many of the all-inclusive hotels in the Maldives offer discounts), is phenomenal for those looking for an indulgent luxury getaway that they will never forget. 
There’s more than enough choice of all-inclusive hotels in the Maldives
Some of the world’s finest hotel brands have their flagship properties in the Maldives, which means guests are certainly spoilt for choice of unbelievable all-inclusive hotels here. But for guests that are tempted to spend their holiday in a barefoot paradise unlike any other, then Kanuhura is an unparalleled choice. 
This absolutely sensational five-star gypset playground is the ultimate haven for a stay in the Maldives, with magnificent accommodation options, sensational culinary experiences and a huge variety of activities, this is the luxury hotel of any discerning traveller’s dreams. Spanning three islands (Kanuhura itself and its two neighbouring deserted islands), this magical resort is enhanced by powder-white shores and glittering cyan waters—it quite simply needs to be seen to be believed.