Maldives Holidays: Where the dream becomes a reality with Just Perfect Holidays

Pristine sandy beaches. Crystal clear water. Palm trees, villas, and coral reefs full of marine life. Holidays to the Maldives are an experience that is hard to top.

This is where time has no meaning and romance is a language. From sipping champagne on yachts to private candlelight dinners on the beach, to barefoot rustic hideaways, Maldives hotels have mastered the art of the relaxing and luxurious holiday. Perfect for a couples holiday, Maldives resorts are some of the best in the world with award-winning spas offering treatments that would be perfect to include on a Maldives honeymoon.

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Family holidays to the Maldives are a fantastic opportunity to explore the myriad of water-based activities. Whether it’s in the kids club, using the snorkelling equipment included in all inclusive Maldives holidays, or having the older kids try diving or fishing for the first time, the waters surrounding your private island resort are always enticing.

At Just Perfect Holidays, we understand that a cheap Maldives holiday is about as appealing as it gets. That’s why we have the best hotels in the Maldives at fantastic rates all at your fingertips, so all you need to worry about is do you prefer a beach villa or an overwater villa!

Our Selection of Hotels in the Maldives

Every one of our hotels is handpicked and personally visited by our team

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Beach Villa with Pool Lagoon view Velassaru Maldives

Velassaru Maldives

Villa Muthee deck and infinity pool Shangri La Villingili Maldives

Shangri-La’s Villingili Resort & Spa, Maldives

Beachside dining at One&Only Reethi Rah

One&Only Reethi Rah, Maldives

Sun lounges in the Honeymoon Water Villa at Oblu Select at Sangeli

Oblu Select at Sangeli, Maldives

Constance Moofushi Maldives

Constance Moofushi, Maldives

Jetty to the overwater villas at Constance Halaveli

Constance Halaveli, Maldives

Deluxe Spa Over Water Villa - Centara Ras Fushi Resort and Spa Maldives

Centara Ras Fushi Resort and Spa, Maldives

Water Pppl V - Baros Maldives

Baros, Maldives

Hammock over water at Anantara Dhigu Resort

Anantara Dhigu Resort, Maldives

Flight time from the UK to the Maldives is approximately 10 hours.

The Maldives timezone is GMT+5

The Maldives is a year-round destination, with temperatures around 30 degrees most of the time. December through to April are the driest months, making it the perfect time for those wanting to spend all day on the white sand. May to November brings the south-west monsoon, which means more rain – although it tends to clear fairly quickly. If you’re diving, the western atolls will have the best visibility during the south-west monsoon, while the eastern atolls attract manta rays.

For full information on entry requirements please visit the FCO Travel Advice or contact your relevant embassy 

A 10% service tax is added to bills in most hotels, restaurants and bars. If a tip hasn’t been included, consider leaving 10-15%.

In the Maldives the power plugs and sockets are the same as standard UK three pin plugs (type G). 220V / 50Hz

The official language of the Maldives is Dhivehi. English is widely spoken too, so getting by is easy.

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You can’t go to the Maldives without tasting the ultra-fresh, succulent local seafood. Treat yourself to marinated lobster or chargrilled king prawns. Sit down to salty snapper or chunky tuna steak, served with lentil-based side dishes or steamed rice and vegetables. Also used in a variety of traditional curries, you’ll find chicken and beef on the menu too. Creamy, spicy and flavoured with coconut, these dishes are served with rice, roshi (an unleavened bread) and papadhu, Maldivian poppadoms.

In resort, a wide variety of international cuisine is available, often with individual restaurants offering a specific cuisine from different regions. Prices of food vary from resort to resort and can either be part of an all inclusive, full board or half board package.

The Maldives is a year-round destination, with temperatures around 30 degrees most of the time. December through to April are the driest months, making it the perfect time for those wanting to spend all day on the white sand. May to November brings the south-west monsoon, which means more rain – although it tends to clear fairly quickly. If you’re diving, the western atolls will have the best visibility during the south-west monsoon, while the eastern atolls attract manta rays.

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OUR PICK OF MALDIVES HOTELS

Our pick of the top hotels in Maldives
Every one of our hotels is handpicked and personally visited by our team

Aerial view of the island at One&Only Reethi Rah in the MaldivesView from the decking of the water villa at One&Only Reethi Rah in the Maldives

One&Only Reethi Rah Maldives

Set on a private island surrounded by crystal clear water, the One&Only Reethi Rah is luxury embodied. With every villa having unbridled views to make even the best resorts envious, isn’t it time you experienced a new level of luxury.

Aerial view of the water villas at Baros in the MaldivesView of the beach from the pool villa at Baros in the Maldives

Baros Maldives

As a small leading luxury hotel Maldives resort, Baros offers a choice of tastefully-designed Beach and Water Villas on a small coral island in the Indian Ocean, ringed by a sandy beach and a living house-reef perfect for exploring.

Beach villa with jetty in the MaldivesCouple in white laying on the beach being served by a Maldives waiter

Centara Grand Island Resort and Spa Maldives

Stunning private island hideaway with all inclusive accommodation. Sumptuous Spa Cenvaree featuring beauty treatments, massages and body rituals. Selection of first class alfresco restaurants featuring Thai, Italian and Maldivian cuisine

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Which Maldives Island to stay at?

After flying into the Maldives capital, Male, you will see the islands laid out below you like a giant Maldives map. Be aware though that the country spreads over 500 miles from north to south and another flight, seaplane transfer, or speedboat transfer is often required from Male to reach your resort.

Maldives resorts stretch the entire length of the 26 atolls so transfer time is an important consideration when choosing.

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