Kihaa Maldives has unveiled its 10-bedroom The Kihaa Signature Residence, the largest resort villa in Maldives. Fringed by tall palm trees and facing the crystal waters, the elegantly stylish and indulgently luxurious 10-bedroom residence is ideal for families and friends seeking an exclusive escape. It is designed as a “resort within a resort” to ensure maximum seclusion and complete privacy for every guest whilst offering all the luxuries of a five-star hotel in a tropical paradise.
Featuring peaceful architecture, the residence offers innovative modern comforts, including specialized Kihaa in-villa amenities and extravagant luxuries to make guests feel at home. Guests are also able to enjoy unique experiences without stepping out of this secluded sanctuary. One-of-a-kind in the very truest sense, The Kihaa Signature Residence has been designed, built and finished with the ultimate guest experience in mind.
Set within the sparkling waters of UNESCO Biosphere Reserve of Baa atoll, Kihaa Maldives is located on a picturesque 600m-long island festooned with jungle foliage, a white sandy beach which stretches the entire circumference of the island and a lively coral reef. In addition to The Kihaa Signature Residence, there are 124 villas combining contemporary and classic features such as elegant furniture, romantic four poster beds and exotic rattan lounge seats.
The resort has recently unveiled an exquisite new infinity pool and bar along with a delightful extension to the Malaafaiy Restaurant, and new a cozy Wine Loft, Hanifaru Bay Tea House with private sand castle dining where guests can expect the same quality of service throughout. The overwater Kihaa Spa is a serene sanctuary surrounded by soothing views and sounds of the ocean, where guests can fully enjoy tranquility and relaxation
Scuba diving is one of the most popular activities at Kihaa, which is accessible by a 20-minute domestic plane ride from the main Velana International Airport. Guests can explore the area’s top dive sites featuring mega fauna including whale sharks and manta rays, and also visit the famous Marine Protected Area of Hanifaru Bay for snorkelling.