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Robinson Club Maldives
5.0 of 5 Resort   |   Funamadua, Villingili 20077   |  
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Singapore, Singapore
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“Wonderful honeymoon!”
4 of 5 stars Reviewed November 28, 2012

We spent 1 week here for our honeymoon and it was just not enough. The snorkeling is great, u just walk out of your villa and there's the beach, walk into the water and start snorkeling! And wow u already get to see turtles just outside the villa! Very beautiful and healthy house reef. There's plenty of colourful fish just below the jetty. There's a resident lobster, octopus and shark, if you are lucky u get to snorkel with dolphins. That domestic plane ride was worth it. There are many activities on the island and different theme nights for food...seafood night was the best! oysters and lobsters! just so happened there was some famous german chef in charge of the kitchen that week. make sure u stay on a friday nite to enjoy the gala dinner and party. The spa was also very nice. I will never forget this place. You can check out my photos in my blog http://mybackpak.blogspot.com

Room Tip: i liked the beach villa. Very spacious and had a nice beach infront of it.
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  • Stayed May 2012, traveled as a couple
    • 4 of 5 stars Value
    • 4 of 5 stars Location
    • 4 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 4 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 4 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 4 of 5 stars Service
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed November 7, 2012

Let me preface this review by saying that my wife and I have been to dozens of islands in the Maldives. We usually stick with islands that are accessible by speedboat or seaplane, as we did not find the prospect of an additional domestic flight that appealing after a long international flight. We broke this tradition when we visited the Park Hyatt Hadahaa earlier this year, a resort located in the same atoll as Robinson Club. As you can read in that review, the Park Hyatt turned out to be our favorite resort of all. We happily took the opportunity to return to the Huvadhu Atoll to visit another resort we had read so much about and one that actually opened around the same time as the Park Hyatt (late 2009).

Accommodations: We stayed in a Lagoon Villa facing the west. These are no doubt one of, if not the best value in their price class. At 115 square meters, these villas are incredibly spacious and well appointed. Lovely glass panels in the floor and plenty of light to accentuate the airiness of the room. The decks of the Lagoon Villas are huge and one of the largest we've experienced in the Maldives. The elevated jacuzzi with its own roof was a very nice touch.

These villas have a stunning view of the brilliant turquoise lagoon and are incredibly private. You cannot see any other villa from your deck, only sweeping views of the lagoon and horizon. This was one of my main criticisms of the water villas at the Park Hyatt and one area where those at Robinson Club excelled. Easily 5-star accommodations but at 4-star prices. In fact, we have paid more than double the amount for a comparable room at supposedly higher end resorts.

Staff: Service was excellent in general. Attentive and responsive to requests. Dive Center was excellent in pointing out aspects of the house reef. I can't think of anything that stood out in particular, but I felt the service was on par with 5-star resorts I have previously visited in the Maldives.

Dining: Everybody is booked into a meal plan they call Full Board Plus. This is essentially all meals with drinks included. The quality of food was fantastic for a buffet style restaurant and a definite highlight of the resort. A nice mix of dishes from all cuisines was on display throughout our stay, and we particularly enjoyed the various live cooking/preparation stations. The food was definite 5-star quality, in particular the freshness and presentation of the dishes. Possibly the best buffet we have experienced in the Maldives along with Mirihi's. There is a nice mix of non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages to choose from at meals, including various wines. There is a set menu or gala dinner (table service) once a week that is a nice change in atmosphere from all the buffet dining.

We actually preferred this to the genuine all inclusive plans at some resort islands, as we typically don't manage to take advantage of all the extras thrown in (we're light drinkers and don't really fancy most excursions offered in those plans).

Setting: Like Hadahaa, this was another stunningly beautiful island. It is a slightly larger island than Hadahaa but still very quiet and romantic. There is practically no plane or boat traffic of any kind in this atoll, though I really don't mind hearing an occasional seaplane take-off or land. There are 101 rooms on the island including the water villas, but I hardly saw anyone else on the beaches or lagoon during my stay. They did a very good job spacing the rooms on the island to ensure maximum privacy for all guests.

Lush vegetation abounds in the interior of the island while a beautiful beach hugs the entire island. There are no unattractive sea defences, and I did not notice any problems with erosion on the island. The white sand covering the beaches is powder soft, though the Park Hyatt still has the softest sand of all the islands I've visited. There is a large and brilliantly turquoise lagoon on one side of the island, and there is an outstanding house reef surrounding the whole island.

House Reef: An excellent house reef is one of our main prerequisites when choosing a resort island. The one at Robinson Club is definitely in the Top 3 of my list of best house reefs. We have been to several resorts that claim to have the best house reef in the Maldives; a few of the more recent resorts with very good to outstanding reefs we visited were Park Hyatt, Mirihi, Athuruga, Lily Beach, W Retreat, and Angsana Ihuru. If I were to rate the reefs at these resorts based on the health and beauty of the corals, I would say that Park Hyatt's is the best followed by Robinson Club and Mirihi's reefs.

The hard corals in the atoll shared by Park Hyatt and Robinson Club are well known for their spectacularity. They managed to escape the mass bleaching from the El Nino event over a decade ago and are a good example of how the rest of the reefs in the Maldives used to look like. The table top corals in particular are very large and impressive compared to even healthy reefs in the other atolls. As with any other reef, you can expect to see the usual cast of Maldivian sealife when snorkeling or diving. We snorkleled around the entire island several times during our stay and always saw something new each session.

Conclusion: Robinson Club is most definitely a 5-star resort but without all the frills of the established luxury brands. Don't be fooled by the name of the resort and the fact that it offers an all inclusive meal plan. Everything is of superb quality at this island, and the fact that it charges only 4-star prices is even more reason to stay here. Robinson Club has so far been the best value for money of any resort I've stayed at in the Maldives.

Along with the Park Hyatt Hadahaa, Robinson Club has become one of my favorite islands and one that I would love to return to. The only drawback is its location so far south in the Maldives. I really dislike the additional domestic plane and speedboat transfer, and it took us almost 4 hours from landing at Malé to reach the resort. Nonetheless, this is a small price to pay when you consider the unspoiled location and exceptional coral reefs of this atoll. There are very few whale sharks and manta rays in this atoll (but tons of other sharks and pelagics) according to the Dive Center, so I would stick with the South Ari Atoll if seeing those are of great importance. Otherwise, this island offers just about everything one could want from a perfect Maldivian paradise.

Room Tip: A Lagoon Villa facing west would be my personal preference. Request one further down the jetty for e...
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  • Stayed September 2012, traveled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed September 26, 2012

Robinson Club is a wonderful holiday destination. This was the third island that we have visited - the other two being Lily Beach and Mirihi. Robinson Club is quite similar to Lily Beach in many ways but I would say offers better value for money. And Mirihi is really for couples only and I would not go back there in a hurry as it is too small and very limited in way of facilities. On this trip there were 4 adults and 3 small children.

It feels like a 5 start resort. Specifically the quality of food at the resort was excellent (excluding breakfast which was average). Meals are all buffet style with the exception of the one evening which is 5 courses served. Although the resort was quite full it is a very spacious island and one never has a sense of overcrowding in any way.

The reef snorkelling was easily accessible from beach and excellent - we saw small sharks, morays, and turtles on several occasions. The dive centre was also well managed and quite informal - I did 4 beautiful dives typical of Maldives.

Guest mix was about 60% German and 40% Asian. Very laid back with people keeping mostly to themselves. There were a number of organised events but once again relatively low key. All the staff speak english and service levels are outstanding.

Rooms were extremely large - we stayed in 1317 and 1318 (adjoining family beach bungalow) - with direct access to beach and great snorkelling. Only complaint is that the rooms are very dark but you get used to it and it is shelter from the heat. All beach bungalows have direct access to swimming beaches and it was not obvious to me that there were better or worse rooms - however it may be wise to avoid rooms to close to the staff quarters and generator as I imagine that this could be a littel irritating.

Facilities included a beautiful pool plus kiddies pool, main bar area, pool table, "library", beach bar, table tennis, Fully equipped gym with daily programme, and a lovely spa which was highly rated by the guests. lots of watersports and big game fishing also an option with good success from what we saw at the dinner table.

Weather in September is variable and we had a mix of sun cloud wind and occasional shower - but nothing that stopped us enjoying the trip. The break from the sun was a relief as heat can be intense. Waether forecasts are meaningless by and large so do not get too excited by them!

The only other important consideration is that its a long way to go. We had a very efficient transfer from Male International to Male Domestic airport and then caught a turboprop with flying time of about an hour to Kadedhdhoo airstrip. After that a 30 minute transfer by speedboat. Realistically from either Europe or Johannesburg via Dubai you are looking at up to 24 hours door to door.So be aware. Probably would not go for less than 10 days. But its worth it.

  • Stayed September 2012, traveled with family
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed September 8, 2012

It takes time time to get there, as it is far from the Male capital, but it worth. The place is quiet, intimate and romantic, a piece from heaven. The stuff are friendly and cuisine excellent and diversified.

  • Stayed February 2012, traveled as a couple
    • 4 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 4 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 4 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 4 of 5 stars Service
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Shanghai, China
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed August 24, 2012

I cannot find a word to describe how wonderful and impressive the hotel is. This is the place you will think of coming every day and once you step on the island, you will never want to leave.

The island is quite far from Male airport. Though a little time consuming, the distance brings cleaner water and more fish around. Tortoise and baby sharks are very common in the house reefs surrounding the island. No wonder this island is almost the best place of snorkeling in Maldives.

Rooms are very very spacious. The bed is so comfortable that once I get on it I fall asleep.

The all inclusive buffet is fabulous. Just take as much as you can. They are so delicious and never get empty.

I will rate this island extra five-star, though the price is not that expensive. Great place!

Room Tip: The wind and wave will be gentler at north side.
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  • Stayed September 2011, traveled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 4 of 5 stars Service
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed May 12, 2012

It is a little bit far away and takes more time to get there. However, it has really great service and facility. The stuff there are from different country and culture. They are very friendly and fun. Everynight they will help to cook and serve the in the buffet. The food are great, there are many different choices and style. Wine is already included in the package. So every meal we finish one bottle...Gain weight though :)

Room Tip: Beach or water bungalow are both great!
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  • Stayed July 2011, traveled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed March 4, 2012

It was our second holiday on unbelievable Maldivian island Robinson club hotel.
Last time me and my husband were here for 10 nights less than a year ago. And we liked this island so much that decided to repeat it at the first opportunity. It turned to be not so easy, because hotel was fully booked for some months ahead. Nevertheless we did it! This time we were here for 12 nights. In the result it turned to be too short for us!
So my review is based on some kind of comparative analysis how the island changed for last 9 months.
Our plan landed in Ibrahim Nasir international airport about 9 o’clock in the morning. We were immediately met by a hotel representative like at the last time. He led us to VIP-lounge where we could get relaxed and wait our domestic flight. This lounge was renovated a little and became even more comfortable. Our flight was scheduled on 10.30, but was delayed for an hour. So now we are in the sky flying to Hovadhoo atoll and what we can see through little windows us makes us a bit anxious. There is an almost eight-eights cloud under us! And its in the driest season! Our concerns were confirmed after landing. The sky was really overcast.
But stop! We go for the positive and do not pay attention to such details!
After baggage claim, we, along with 20 other tourists were set in 2 boats which chased a race with each other towards the island.
Here was everything ready for our reception! Champagne, fruit, smiling staff (some of welcoming ones were familiar us from the last visit) greeted us like old friends. Here was our old friend Azzam, who this time made sure that we were satisfied with our holiday for 200%! :-) Accommodation was rapid, despite the fact that we arrived about an hour of the day, we did not have to wait up to three!
The last time we lived in a Garden Villa, this time in a Beach Villa, so that we had not duplex (house, divided into two halves), but a detached house connected to the neighboring house passage, which certainly gave us more privacy. The location of these houses, as by far the best - close to the restaurant, a bar, a pool and a Reception area. In short, once again thanks to Azzam! :-) The bedroom in this room was slightly smaller than in the Garden Villa, but there was a separate dressing room and bathroom what was three times greater than in the Garden Villa!
In the room were a king size bed with bedside tables, daybed, TV table, television itself. Tip: If you want to watch movies in your native language, take them on a flash drive, which can be connected to the TV. After a decorative partition was a table with large mirror, cabinets and refrigerator. A set of coffee-tea was here.
We really love our huge bathroom, part of which was under the open sky! The bathroom had a shower, toilet, bidet, two toilet tables with sinks, a jacuzzi (under cover) and a rain shower! In addition we had a mini-garden, where grew some low bushes, 2 banana and a coconut palm trees!))) I still remember the noise of their leaves when the wind blew! And the wind, by the way, blew! and it was very strong! On the day of our arrival in heaven was just a haze of clouds, but the real storm began the next day. Strong wind started blowing from the sea, the sky was overcast, and it was raining for several times a day: sometimes small one, sometimes a downpour with thunder. Large puddles formed on the paths. The clouds had gone in a week, once the sun came out, and it continued to grill us mercilessly until the day of our departure, when the sky was once again covered with clouds. And it is considered to be the driest season for Maldives!
Returning to our number, I want to remind some visitors, that if you book a room on the island, you must understand that unwelcome guests - local residents can visit you sometimes. People who get used to be in an artificial environment (the city) is often forget, what is to live among wildlife. You should understand that when a hotel was built on a desert island, it means that people invade the world of animals, and not animals in the human world. So if you see ants or geckos in your bathroom just do not pay any attention to them. They will not touch you! Remember, this is their home, and you come to stay with him only a couple of weeks! :-) And if you couldn’t tolerate small creatures, you should book a water villa.
We only booked it for one night, just to try and find out what it is. Sure, Lagoon villa is also worthy of special description. This type of accommodation is truly the most luxurious of the rooms in the hotel. And so it happened ;-) that our Villa was next to the presidential suite with a gorgeous view of the sea. And though all the water villas have direct access to the sea and to the reef, but our hut was closest to the most spectacular part of the reef! This room is a detached house on stilts. Inside it’s a large bedroom with panoramic windows, the same set of furniture, and the differences are in the fact that here is a four poster bed and part of the floor is glazed, so you can watch the sea life right out of your room! Bathroom is not so big, but there is a huge terrace with sun beds, chairs, table, jacuzzi under a canopy, and some kind of a spherical sunbed, which is called coconut bed, and we called it a chicken egg because of it’s white and looks like an egg! Although now I think it would be better to name it a dinosaur egg for its size!))))))
So. What has changed on the island:
Flies had almost disappeared on the island! The hotel management has revised policy of the removal of garbage bags. Now they are stored at a technical island, and not inside the stuff area, like it was before, and they remove them more often.
2. Mosquitoes were seen! :-) But that was associated exclusively with the rainy weather and the inability to spray the bushes and trees with mosquito reagents. As soon as the sky cleared, the entire island was immediately processed.
3. All the dead trees were cut off, many new plants and shrubs were planted. Every day the gardeners collect all fallen leaves, which was then removed from the island in the big plastic bags. Thanks to their efforts, the island became a much more well-groomed and beautiful. But still, in my opinion, this is not all that could be done. I felt lack of tropical flowers on the island, especially orchids and Plumeria (or frangipani tree). In our climatic conditions, winter is a dull black and white picture, so when you go from winter to summer it’s such necessary to see around us as much color flowers as possible! During our stay new gardener-designer was taken, so, I would like to appeal directly to him: "Please, put as much Plumerias on the island as possible!" A few trees were seen by us near Das EDEL and Dunya SPA. But they are still too young to bloom in full force. On the island we met a German couple. They lived all 12 days in a water villa. And to a certain point they liked it very much. But when they came to visit us and see our bathroom, they were even a little upset and said that their bathroom is not so beautiful! In this connection, Dear Management of the hotel, I have good advice for you. Place a large pot with lotuses or bonsai near to the water villa door and a couple of pots on the terrace, and you will make your guests who stayed at the Water Villa even happier! By the way, on the island we did not notice any of the lotuses! :-( They could be so beautiful on the photographs of Chinese tourists! :-))))))
4. Unfortunately, the paths soured in some places on the island. Bulk sand disappeared, and sometimes it was uncomfortable to walk barefoot.
5. More sea-food was served in the main restaurant. In one form or another, it’s offered almost every lunch and dinner. This is certainly a plus, because almost everyone loves seafood! For us just was not clear a desire of cooks to add chili to many foods, including salads. Words “no spicy” does not mean that, for someone it may seem food is not spicy, but means the fact that it does not COMPLETELY contain any pepper! We are opposed to leave behind or dispose food, but sometimes just had to do it because it was spicy. Therefore, if it’s possible, please, put chili sauce on the counter next to the distribution of black olives and garlic, to give the visitor an opportunity to make a choice, if he needed it or not.
In general, we have very positive experience about the restaurant! You could always find something tasty. Once we saw 146-pound blue marlin was brought to the kitchen! He was left for 20 minutes in full view of tourists, so that everyone had the opportunity to be photographed with it. We also liked the desserts! Thanks to the cook-confectioner! In the end, thanks to the efforts of all the cooks we were both added a couple of kgs in less than two weeks, because just couldn’t resist it! :-)
6. We were unpleasantly surprised by higher prices for night fishing from $ 35 (without taxes), it rose to $ 50. And now to prepare caught fish is not free as before, but for $ 10 per person. Of course, its not a big money if to compare the whole cost of the trip, but still unpleasant. At the same time, everything else remained the same: the same boats, same 2 hours of fishing, absence of guarantee that you will catch anything today, sometimes rusty hooks. Even the fishing line on reels remained the same elongated, and with knots! Dear owners of the Deep and Breeze, please show more respect for the tourists and update the tackle! Good fishing line, such as, Berkley Super Strong Trilene Big Game Fishing Line 1740 yd 100 lb costs about $ 55. And it’s enough for about 30 reels! Or better yet, replace the line on a braid that will not tangle during pulling a fish. Berkley Big Game Hollow Braid 130 lb 500yds saltwater costs about 140 dollars and it will be enough for 10 reels. But the braid is more durable and does not stretch. At night fishing you can catch right from corals at 30-40 meters depth. And if you uncoil the 40 meter line, it becomes almost like a rubber band, and its almost impossible to jerk a fish. And if you use a braid, which is hardly stretches, you will be able to sharply jerk a fish, and eventually the number of caught fishes will increase. If most tourists want to repeat the fishing, all (tourists and owners) will be happy in the end!
At this time we were on a night fishing trip four times. The first two times were ok, third time was frankly waste of money, because almost no tourists caught anything. But for the fourth time luck smiled for us! On the way to the fishing spot (on the house reef fishing is prohibited) we were allowed to unravel the line at 50 meters and drop it into the water with artificial bait on the end. It turned out some sort of trolling! (A small remark. If you see a flock of seagulls over the sea, this means that in the sea close to the surface tuna chasing fish fry, which these gulls pick up). Well, our captain saw a flock of seagulls and turn the boat right through it. Once the bait was among the tunas, we felt a sharp jerk line. By the fact the tuna was fighting, we thought it was at least a meter in length! :-) In fact it was not very big, but this fact does not spoil the impression of it and did not make us less respect for it! :-))) Later this tuna was cut for baits, because there was not enough of them. Again, fishing fish turns into a feeding fish due to the fact that the line stretches and you can’t jerk. This evening we caught a few snappers and even reef shark! Which, however, only seemed a little out of the water, bite the line off and disappeared in the sea. For the remaining six tourists fishing was successful too and the two of them also pulled out the sharks, which were released by a crew member after a photo session, as Shark fishing banned in the Maldives.
We really wanted to try the Big game fishing (trolling). But, unfortunately, we could not find two more companions because of bad weather, and to go just two of us and pay for 4 hours $ 650 (again with no guarantee of catching a really worthy fish), we did not want to.

So what remains the same - it is a wonderful house reef, white sand, friendly and responsive staff. Thanks to everyone who made our holiday really special and unforgettable!
It may seem that we have left a negative impression about the rest, it is not so! We were more than pleased with our vacation and wish to extend it for another week! All the disadvantages of the hotel are primarily for the management, in the hope that they will listen to us and make vacation for future travelers a truly perfect! How it happened after our previous review, when the situation with the removal of garbage has changed in a positive way.
We will definitely return to this island again! Thanks to everyone who was able to finish reading this long review to the end! :-) And I hope you will find some useful information in it.

  • Stayed February 2012, traveled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 4 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 4 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
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Address: Funamadua, Villingili 20077
Location: Maldives > North Huvadhu (Gaafa Alifu) Atoll > Villingili
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Hotel Class:5 star — Robinson Club Maldives 5*
Number of rooms: 101
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