Kudadoo Maldives Private Island
As soon as you set foot on the island, you will immediately be imbued with the genuine energy of the hotel and the idyllic "Zen" atmosphere, where your every wish will be taken into account - from organizing sea safaris in search of spinner dolphins to relaxing spa treatments, romantic dinners with gourmet meals and champagne and flower-filled baths before bed.
- Colorful house reef
- Interior design by Eugene Yamasaki
- World s largest underwater restaurant
Kudadoo is the first truly all-inclusive jetsetter resort in the Indian Ocean archipelago. The palm-fringed island is surrounded by white sand and a stunning coral reef that resembles a colorful carnival with dancing clownfish, twirling blue tangs, monochrome banner fish, toothy parrotfish, unicorn fish, reef sharks and silvery baitfish leaping from the water. .
The centerpiece of the resort, designed by Japanese-American architect Yuji Yamazaki, is the retreat, which houses a bar, restaurant and spa, where bright sunlight cuts through the cedar walls and shadows sweep across the deck like a sundial. , captivating with the magical play of light.
15 water residences, built in a ring on top of an aquamarine lagoon, imitate the shape of an atoll. The restrained and subdued facades of unpainted cedar are reminiscent of the traditional wooden town houses of Kyoto Machiya. The airy interiors are gracefully decorated with simple carvings and teak furniture. Smoked glass walls slide back to reveal a cedar-lined bathroom with an egg-shaped bathtub.
The resort boasts a seductive mix of fine, epicurean restaurants. 5.8 meters underwater is the world s largest all-glass underwater restaurant, serving modern cuisine spectacularly under the Indian Ocean with views of the coral reef. And the wine cellar boasts 70 labels, including some of the world s most exclusive wines. The restaurant can be fully booked for private dining, personal events or corporate meetings.
Kudadoo Spa is replete with sybaritic rituals including Tibetan singing bowls, burning of sacred herbs and immersion in a Himalayan salt chamber under the supervision of highly trained therapists. If desired, he will organize morning yoga and meditation with a guru from Kerala.