Four Seasons Maldives Kuda Huraa Accommodation
To be honest Charley and I failed to count the accommodation on Kuda Huraa. Only when we left did we realise we’d forgotten to wander the winding path through the island tcking off the various thatched villas. It’s not surprising really when you think that there are at least four different styles of bungalows and another five or six variations of water suites, beach villas and pavilions. So we reckon you’ve 96 to choose from!
The beautiful villas and pavilions have floor to ceiling windows opening onto either the sea or the lush gardens and beach. All the accommodation on Kuda Huraa comes with high-speed internet access, digital telephone, plasma TV and DVD. Bungalow bathroom amenities include thick towels, hair dryer, cotton dressing gowns and slippers. You’ve a in-room safe too, air conditioning, overhead fans and a private bar.
The beach Bungalows (sounds as though we could be talking about Clacton-on-sea!) come with a plunge pool, living quarters and gazebo set among tropical plants and flowers. These bungalows are… well… they’re on the beach! There is about 30 of these to choose from.
You’ve about 25 pavilions with pool. Set back from the beach there’s a courtyard area with open shower. If there’s a few of you staying on Four Seasons Maldives Kuda Huraa then several of the pavilions come with interconnecting gates so you can create larger areas for families within the walled gardens.
Royal Beach Villa
As befits a villa with this title there’s only one of them. You’ve two bedrooms, living area for relaxing and a huge outdoor space. More space than you’ll believe so no problem leaving clothes and flippers lying around! This villa is ideal for families needing that extra bit of space.
The Royal beach villa has a private sundeck, infinity-edged pool and gazebo. You’ve also your own private stretch of beach with sun loungers and yet another gazebo standing sentinel like over the water. This is where you’ll have breakfast (well… if you’ve any sense you will!)
Standing over Kuda Huraa’s lagoon, the Water Bungalows are white walled, thatched and teak built. You’ve a bedroom, dressing room and bathroom. There’s a day bed for those days when all you can muster is reading a book from the island library or… enjoying the anticipation of deciding what you are going to do tomorrow There’s an outdoor courtyard with open air shower. For privacy the veranda is angled so it can only be seen from the sea.
There’s steps down to the lagoon and a sea level fresh water shower so you can rinse off before wandering onto the veranda and… sipping a cold one whilst catching your breath… watching the sun dip its head in wordless agreement at the beauty of the day… sigh.
There are two, 2 bedroom water bungalows with a king and twin bed. There’s a living and dining area and all the usual suspects in terms of baths and showers!A spacious private sundeck leads you to a lower deck and steps into the sea.
Navaranna Water Bungalows
There are four of these water bungalows. They are spacious one bedroom thatched villas with wonderful views of the Indian Ocean and the sky. The lounge area gives accommodation options for families.
Bed and breakfast only.