Luxury holidays in the Maldives.
Located in the Baa Atoll UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve a manta ray hot spot between June to November.
The island is a natural wonderland with thatched beach bungalows and family accommodations (all with pool) hidden down dense jungle paths. Stilted water bungalows extend into the two-kilometre lagoon; home to turtles, rays, baby lemon sharks and thriving coral reefs, many transplanted by the resort as part of its pioneering conservation work.
Enjoy Lebanese and Moroccan fare in a rooftop setting at ‘Al Barakat’, international cuisine at ‘Café Landaa’, contemporary Italian delights at ‘Blu’ and the fresh seafood at ‘Fuego Grill’.
The resort is home to three swimming pools and a large array of recreational activities including tennis, beach volleyball, seasonal mantra ray safaris and water sports as well as an extensive Spa and Ayurvedic Retreat.
This resort has a range of room types to suit your budget and party size.
Located along a double-loaded jetty off the northwestern end of the island, these villas are perfectly positioned for viewing sunsets.
Sunset Water Villas with Pool feature a 67-square-metre (721-square-foot) deck overlooking the pool. A spiral staircase leads to a furnished sea-gazing loft with additional steps descending to a lower swim platform.
Located along a double-loaded jetty off the northwestern end of the island, these villas are perfectly positioned for viewing sunrises.
Sunrise Water Villas with Pool feature a 67-square-metre (721-square-foot) deck overlooking the pool. A spiral staircase leads to a furnished sea-gazing loft with additional steps descending to a lower swim platform.
Located along a double-loaded jetty off the northwestern end of the island, Sunset Water Villas are perfectly positioned for viewing sunsets from an elevated loft.
Sunset Water Villas feature a 53-square-metre (570-square-foot) deck. A spiral staircase leads to a furnished sea-gazing loft with additional steps descending to a lower swim platform.
Secluded on the leafy northeastern shore of the island, the Two-Bedroom Land and Ocean Suites each consist of a triple-fronted, land-based living pavilion and two “floating” sleeping pavilions, linked by a decked walkway and swimming pool.
With its relaxed air of luxury, the sprawling Two-Bedroom Royal Beach Villa offers guests the best of the Maldives: access to stretches of pure white sand, uninterrupted views of the sapphire sea and the privacy of lush vegetation. This unique villa features master, guest, and living and dining pavilions as well as a lap pool and a furnished veranda.
Located at the far end of the Water Villa jetty, this two-bedroom suite commands uninterrupted lagoon and sunset views. A spacious deck incorporates a pool and sea-gazing, dining and lounging areas, with direct access to the shimmering lagoon below.
Located at the far end of the Water Villa jetty, this two-bedroom suite commands uninterrupted lagoon and sunrise views. A spacious deck incorporates a pool and sea-gazing, dining and lounging areas, with direct access to the shimmering lagoon below.
Located along a double-loaded jetty off the northwestern end of the island, Sunrise Water Villas are perfectly positioned for viewing sunrises from an elevated loft.
Sunrise Water Villas feature a 53-square-metre (570-square-foot) deck. A spiral staircase leads to a furnished sea-gazing loft with additional steps descending to a lower swim platform. The living/dining area is glass-fronted and has a desk and sofa.
Ideal for beach lovers, the sprawling Beach Villas with Pool offer direct access to vast swaths of white sand just steps from the shimmering lagoon. Each Villa includes its own lap pool and a living and dining gazebo with a sand floor.
The lush 260-square-metre (2,799-square-foot) outdoor garden features a 12-metre (40-foot) lap pool surrounded by a deck with daybeds and a traditional Maldivian swing.
The open-air living and dining pavilion has a sand floor with a dining table and comfortable sofas, as well as a furnished loft level with a daybed for ocean viewing.
Beach Bungalows with Pool feature a spacious, foliage-filled garden overlooking the lagoon. With separate living and sleeping pavilions, they provide privacy in a natural setting.
The 91-square-metre (980-square-foot) garden features a private plunge pool with a deck and loungers.
An open-air bale (traditional thatched hut) serves as the living and dining area. It features comfortable sofas and a daybed and is equipped with high-speed Internet access.
Find out what makes this resort special. Here are some of our personal highlights.
Deep in the midst of Landaa Giraavaru, the Spa and Ayurvedic Retreat pulsates with life and wisdom, purity and health. With a strong emphasis on natural healing, the 1-hectare (2.5-acre) complex draws its strength from the surrounding landscape, the integrity of ila’s Beyond Organic products, and the intrinsic spirituality of its therapists and ayurvedic physicians. The Spa’s 10 vast open-air treatment pavilions – including three dedicated to ayurveda – are nestled in their own lush tropical gardens or on stilts over the turquoise lagoon
Whether you plan to swim morning laps, cool off with a quick afternoon dip or splash around with the kids, the Resort offers something for everyone in its four separate swimming pools. The 50-metre (164-foot) infinity pool, the only Olympic-size pool in the Maldives, cantilevers over the lagoon, while the 20-metre (66-foot) seawater pool “floats” nearby. The Blu pool is the perfect spot to share views of a romantic sunset, and the shallow, free-form children’s pool, located within the Kids’ Club area, will help keep children entertained for hours.
Take a break from aquatic activities to practise your tennis skills or take lessons from our on-site tennis pro. The Resort’s outdoor tennis court is lit for night play, and complimentary tennis racquets and balls are available.
The Health Club at Landaa Giraavaru is a unique mind-and-body experience designed to provide physical challenges and mental relaxation. Maintain your regimen in a state-of-the-art fitness facility featuring floor-to-ceiling windows, full-length mirrors, surround-sound audio system and advanced cardio fitness equipment with individual flat screen televisions. The rustic Maldivian charm of the setting magically stimulates and helps you unwind, resulting in an ultimate wellness experience.
Whether your family is young, all grown up or at any stage in between, Four Seasons Maldives at Landaa Giraavaru is a wonderful home base. Resort go out of our way to make our youngest guests feel welcome, and our resourceful Concierge is always close at hand – to make reservations for a family dinner, offer suggestions for tomorrow’s outing or help arrange a babysitter.
Named after Abu Al Barakat Yusuf Al Barbari, a North African scholar who made Baa Atoll his home in the 12th century, Al Barakat serves authentic Arabian cuisine. The restaurant is built over water, off the main jetty. A Shisha Bar is located on the ground level. The main dining area on the rooftop features comfortable low seating.
Located at the western end of the island overlooking a 2-kilometre (1.2-mile) lagoon, Blu embraces the essence of the Maldives as the place where the ocean meets the sky. From the restaurant pavilion on one side or the Blu Bar pavilion on the other, you can watch the sun sink below the horizon. The restaurant serves light antipasti, pizza and pasta during the day and fine Italian cuisine in the evening.
In the casual sand-floor setting of Blu Bar, enjoy exotic juices, tropical cocktails or a refreshing young coconut. As the sun sets, an aperitif or glass of sparkling Prosecco is the perfect prelude to an Italian dinner next door at Blu.
Overlooking the swimming pool and beach, the three thatch-roofed pavilions of Café Landaa are separated by reflecting ponds. For breakfast, lunch, and dinner, our chefs create exquisite delights with eastern and western influences.
Five Degrees North
The Resort’s casual bar is named for the island’s location, which lies five degrees north of the equator. Its nautically inspired décor features a dhoni (traditional boat) as the counter, with a library, pool table and selection of board games for entertainment. The bar also has an extensive drinks selection.
Located adjacent to the seawater pool and overlooking the eastern coast of the island, Fuego Grill is open for dinner. The restaurant offers fresh catch of the day as well as a wide selection of organic and prime cut meats, salads, sandwiches and Asian dishes from an open kitchen pavilion. Teak tables and chairs are set in the sand facing the sea.
Enjoy panoramic views of the Indian Ocean from the Poolside Bar. Wine, cocktails and refreshing tropical drinks are served throughout the day, as well as salads and light fare.