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Kuredu Island Resort & Spa, surrounded by a beautiful lagoon and long stretches of white, sandy beach, is the only resort on the island of Kuredu, in Lhaviyani Atoll. It is 1800 meters long by 325 meters wide, about 57 Hectares (143 acres). Your seaplane transfer from Velana International Airport is a scenic, 40 minute flight. The 387 rooms include 9 Private Pool Villas including 1 Villa Family Suite, 50 Sangu Water Villas including 1 Honeymoon Suite, 100 Jacuzzi Beach Villas, 93 Beach Villas, 90 Beach Bungalows & 45 Garden Bungalows.
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Marion S wrote a review May 23
Kingswood, United Kingdom37 contributions37 helpful votes
We visited from 5th may for two weeks There were four of us all been before my husband and I four times my sister and her husband five times,on arrival we were told there was no repeaters party only to find out there was and we had nt been Invited, Someone told us they only had it once a month but surely it should be every one Or no one.The second negative was in the Bar V.I.P area sectioned off with no no one sat In there and people struggling to find a seat not good .Third point was the buggies taking people to and from places being in the garden bungalows they did nt want to take us saying going to Sangu or O resort not happy about that as we had a lot of rain.On the positive side the staff were brilliant food was excellent, things have changed since we were last there not all for the better ,we had a sunset cruise which was good.The discount at the restaurants have been removed for all inclusive customers.
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Zainul C wrote a review Sep 2021
Los Angeles2 contributions11 helpful votes
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Our trip to Kuredu was beyond amazing. We stayed 8 nights and would recommend anyone coming in to stay nothing less. There's tons of things to do on the island and you'll run out of time pretty quick. A lot of people have written so many great things about Kuredu and the place lives up to all the hype. It's a great place to come to, whether you're on a honeymoon, a family vacation or just want to spend some me time by yourself. There's something for everyone. We were given the jacuzzi beach villa and it was just great. The rooms are lovely and even with two extra beds for the kids (7, 11), we didn't feel cramped at all. Every little detail is taken care of Kuredu and I really commend the management and staff for keeping it a destination that you'll remember fondly for a lifetime.
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Susan_uk wrote a review May 22
Hertfordshire, United Kingdom24 contributions34 helpful votes
A beautiful white sand island. Staff work hard to maintain its beauty with a team of hard working gardeners constantly tidying and sweeping. Staff all friendly. Our garden bungalow 370 was clean and comfortable and just a few steps away from the beach.. The Bonthi restaurant offered plenty of choice with different themes each evening. Chef was excellent. We scuba dived with Pro divers and we found them to be safe and efficient. Shops are very expensive.
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denitsamitreva wrote a review May 22
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When we decided to plan our honeymoon in Kuredu we knew it would be magical, but as soon as we stepped out of the hydroplane we were in Heaven. The staff are really caring and helpful, the island atmosphere was calling for a true holiday and I don't have words to express the experience. We stayed in Jacuzzi O'beach Villa and we believe it's one of the best places on the island. We enjoyed a beautiful clean beach just in front of the house and could snorkel just a meters away. So meeting the sunrise and then going for a swim was a great start of the day. The food was a real treat for the senses. Every night there was a different theme and the variety was amazing. There were so many activities that you are afraid you would have time for all. I strongly recommend the resort.
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Paul M wrote a review May 21
Basingstoke, United Kingdom30 contributions37 helpful votes
Just returned from an amazing 9 night trip with my wife. We loved this place so much and it was everything that we dreamed of. We stayed in the sangu villas as we were travelling without our children, it was really quiet and relaxing down that end which was just perfect. Room/villa was a great size very clean and well looked after. Bed was super comfy. Food and service in the bars and restaurants were lovely. The tandoori oven in the Sangu restaurant was just the best. The chef there was always ready with conversation and just seemed to be one of the happiest guys I’ve met. He made all of his own sauces to accompany the chicken, fish and naan that he cooked. The chef behind the grill plate was quality too, remembered my favourite things to have. The only slight negative that I have and believe me it really is splitting hairs is that I would have liked there to have been more curries as the flavours from the Maldivian themed nights were stunning and we just wanted more. A few other guests said the same. Island is spotless, groundsmen constantly working, raking etc. even after 2 stormy days they were out raking the fallen debris from trees etc outside our room to keep it looking perfect. We played golf which was great fun and lovely way to pass a few hours on an overcast afternoon (tip for golfers do not hit the green as it’s Astro turf and will fly off 😂) I would definitely return here and I can see why they have so many repeat visitors. If you have the budget/time visit 5.8. Literally a 7 minute boat transfer. Worth every penny for the experience and quality of food
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BochraStephane wrote a review May 21
La Franca, Spain1 contribution
words can not describe our unforgettable stay in kuredu resort & spa, however i highly recommend you to go and try it yourself, on the island there is a lot of options of restaurants, bars, activities... entertainments at night... food was good, staff is friendly, we stayed in sungu villa 325 it was perfect...from the airport to the island all perfect... one small detail is the luggage they do not arrive together so you might wait for 2 or 3 hours to receive your bag so keep your swimming suit in your hand luggage:)))... as a couple we enjoyed our stay and hope everybody will...:))
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TARPDR wrote a review May 19
Bradford, United Kingdom468 contributions34 helpful votes
Kuredu Review Holiday April 7th to 22nd 2022 - at hotel 8th to 21st April 2022 Couples Holiday Booked Beach Bungalow when Booked but became Premium on Day of Arrival due to hotel adding a small flat screen TV and regrading the rooms - Allocated Room 409 Due to a Rocky Start at the Seaplane Kuredu Lounge and issues with the room was upgraded to Sangu Jacuzzi Beach Villa 147 Red Band A massive thank you for turning our holiday around Pascal, you listened and took actions to ensure we truly had the holiday in Paradise we had planned. All the best for your future career. He truly is a credit to Kuredu as was Seve one of the managers and treats all customers equally and fairly. The other member of staff who we classed who had excellant customer service skills was Sharif the IT person. The only member of staff we found rude and in her position lacked customer service skills was the shop next to the main reception manager. Sheriff and I had detected an issue with the information given when selling the sim cards and when raised with the manager instead of taking on board and between her and the hotel taking steps to improve the customers experaiance and rectify what had happened she rudely in front on me whispered to a member of her team telling her what to say!!! Her resolution was to offer 10% off a new $60 sim card due to the hotel wifi dropping and sim data kicking in but more importantly not switching Assist Data off to prevent large chunks of data ie almost 3000 on 3 occasions we were in our room and asleep and connected to the hotel wifi that when Apple updates and app updated took place due to the poor signal the sim card data took over as the shop failed to tell us to do this as they were mot aware of this till Sharif discovered when investigating why in 3 days had half my data been used. Plus whilst he was investing what was happening and we were connected to our room wifi the data dropped. Anyway I was left for ays without data which I needed. Thankfully my friend was in the room next to us and we used hotspot to share her data and both switched off Assist Data. The hotel and the shop really should have taken this issue on board and I gave the shop manager the opportunity to make a mends and found 10% off another card an insult and explained I would share my poor customer service experience on social media and trip advisor which she said she was fine with. I explained to both the shop manager and Sharif from the lesson learnt that day by giving customer a simple note when purchasing the sim card they could prevent future dissatisfied customers, the note would provide customer with details of setting changes needed when using the sim card and providing me with a new sim card or at least 50% discount to cover the over 50% of data used due to the hotels wifi not being strong enough and the assist data not being witched off. I raised my dissatisfaction and concerns with Ryann our host but sadly his understanding and communication skills we found not to be great as did our friends in the room next door. TBH from checking in and the issues we experienced Ryann sadly lacked compassion and gave the impression of wanting to brush things under the carpet and or pass our issues on the House Keeping. This is constructive feedback so Ryann can learn to take ownership and if due to language barriers not understand as customers to clarify as even written communication Ryann struggled to understand and take action, for example after our 3rd fridge cooling system was not working to keep drinks cold he told us all fridges are like that, which clearly was not correct as the first fridge worked for a couple of days and our friends fridge keep drinks cold. Personally we would have expected Ryann after the initial rocky start to make contact to check everything was now ok etc but nothing, just little things like this make a big impression on customers. Thanks to Pascal and over change of room we felt we certainly was in Paradise, the room had a perfect sea view with only 20 steps from the bottom of the Veranda to the ocean or 38 towards the end of the holiday as the tide changed - Perfect. SJBV 147 was in a perfect location for getting to the Sangu bar and restaurant a well as infinity pool (we are beach people and never use pools but can stay the pool looked amazing) RESTAURANT All staff in the Sangu bar and restaurant were very friendly and soon got to know were we liked to sit and what we drank. I had the luxury for a few days of Warren Moore, Executive Chef preparing some outstanding flavoursome meals, in fact an egg plant curry he prepared is top of the charts of meals I have had, very aromatic packed full of spicy flavours. Warren asked me what type of foods I like as I am a vegetarian and allergic to shellfish and love spicy foods. I had had eggplant in the past and had to leave it as I didn’t enjoy the texture etc but boy o boy Warrens egg plant curry certainly delivered on all fronts with the various flavours dancing around by tongue leaving the most fulfilling lasting flavours. We visited the OResort restaurant one evening and all four of us very disappointed with the atmosphere and the like cattle market rush to get into the restaurant on openeing, something we had not experienced at Sangu. However the staff were very friendly and the food was fine however rather than sitting down and relaxing to enjoy our evening meal we felt rushed as people were coming in looking for seats. We booked into the Beach Shack and all had tasty food, excellent service and a fantastic round table for the four of us - highly recommend especially if a vegetarian. Franco - we looked at but did not find it appealing and did not look A La Carte to the four of us so gave it a miss. We tried breakfast in different restaurants and was surprised after reading pre going that they are all the same as they aren’t, some have dedicated stations for Vegetarians, Gluten free etc whereas for example the Sangu does not the foods are all mixed in. In the Sangu restaurant they have a Kebab station which was very popular. TRIPS The Britt What a fantastic boat trip with 4 stops for snorkelling, all staff were outstanding and the food cooked fresh on board and very tasty. Highly receommend. If you want to take beers / wine on board the boat has a fridge for you to keep them cold in. Just the 4 of us and a wonderful family of 5 adults from Finland. We saw Dolphins within 15 minutes of leaving the harbour. We also saw lots of amazing fish including Rays and turtles. Sunset Cruise Great trip seeing Dolphins and sunset. Five boats went out and lots of room for everyone to have space. Recommend not getting ready to go out before getting on board as you could get wet like we did when the boats riding the waves, absolutely fantastic. Would we go back, no because there are so many other places in the world to visit but if money was no object and we could holiday as many times as wanted, we would be back in a heart beat and would stay in the Sangu Jacuzzi Beach Villa 147. - Total Paradise
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Todd P wrote a review May 19
Turku, Finland41 contributions13 helpful votes
Our visit was flawed by heavy rains for most of the week we were there (10-17 May). The island, beaches and waters are very beautiful. Staff were friendly and efficient. You are limited to one buffet restaurant for all your meals unless you want to pay extra, but the food was good and diverse. Almost everything costs extra, and expensive. Evening entertainment was disappointing - just a DJ playing music on most nights, in a hot, open bar.
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PaulA H wrote a review May 19
Sheffield, United Kingdom1 contribution
We love the variety of this magical island, able to chill when we wanted and plenty to do when we wanted company. The staff were so friendly and attentive, the food quality and variety excellent and bars were a delight. We were so lucky to meet so many like minded people, some of whom already plan to return with us in 2024.
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Claire A wrote a review May 18
Winchester, United Kingdom162 contributions15 helpful votes
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So, having been back a few weeks from our 7th visit and pondered our experience, I felt I had to write this review. We have been going since 2016, and always loved it. This trip, sadly, was a million miles from previous visits (post covid). We decided this time to combine our trip with a 5 night stay in Komandoo first and what a contrast! In hindsight, I wish we had just stayed there the extra 8 nights! Far too much has changed on Kuredu since the pandemic, and none of it for the better (I’m not the only one to have said this). I can see why there are so many gushing reviews recently, all first timers and don’t know any different. This place is now all about nickel and diming, pretending to be something its not, tacky money-making promotions coming out of every orifice, and very poor invisible management no longer caring about keeping its huge repeat customer base. None of which are appealing unless you are stupid, have more money than sense, or mistakenly believe spending all that extra (on top of a now hugely increased cost of the holiday) makes you somehow a "VIP"….(for example roping off areas of the main pool at white night - don’t even get me started on this monstrosity - in a now over-decorated pool area with huge neon signs, projected screens, stupid "club like" paraphernalia everywhere you look etc, and making people pay $100 to be able to sit at a table (yep!) and receiving some bottle of nasty cheap bubbles. I mean what the hell? paying to sit at a table near the "DJ" so you can feel like a millionaire or something for the evening....oh dear god. This sort of feeling is nearly everywhere now on the island, its awful. Its now more like being in Benidorm full of drunken idiots gathering in groups, overcrowded main beach area, sunbed reserving at 6am etc We arrived at our room and the issues started in the first 24 hours. We asked for the rock like mattress to be replaced after a very painful first nights’ sleep (I may as well have slept on the jetty), and were told by housekeeping this would be replaced. I explicitly asked not for them just to add a topper, (there was already one on top of the concrete mattress – make of that what you will) but to actually replace the mattress. "no problem, of course" they said. I also asked for them to replace the dangerous coffee machine that flooded the whole table (right above an Elec socket) every time we used it that first morning. I don’t fancy being electrocuted…. "no problem" they said, "it will be done by the time you return to your room this evening", they said. At this point, I also had to mention the absolutely filthy state of the room (see pics), adding this was not acceptable (regardless of covid), for a resort that has always claimed to be 4 star, with the now exorbitant price hikes. Blatantly cleaners just whizz over only the visible parts of the room. Under our bed clearly hadn’t been properly cleaned in weeks….. We arrive back at our room later that afternoon, and I check the bed…mmm…still feels the same, I look under said mattress topper, and immediately know that mattress hasn’t been replaced (there were still the same bits of debris sat atop of it, as there were that morning when I looked. The filth under the bed, had indeed been given a cursory “mop” but still wasn’t up to scratch. The same dangerous coffee machine was sat there. Cue my calling reception again to ask if they had in fact replaced the mattress, to which they replied, “yes, we definitely have”. So now I was being fobbed off. “we will call you back when I have spoken to housekeeping” they said. 1.5 hours later – no call. We ended up going all way the way back to reception to raise the issue with the as yet, completely invisible GM – Pascal – I felt it necessary to deal with the organ grinder at this point having had no joy from the next to useless reception team. Before doing that myself and my partner had a conversation whereby we had decided we wanted out and to arrange to go back to Komandoo (the GM there, Dustin who couldn’t have been more lovely and visible during our stay) had given us his card before we left the day before saying if we ever wanted to go back, to contact him directly). We were so stressed and livid at this point, having wasted half our day dealing with this avoidable nonsense. I asked to speak to Pascal – cue a mild look of surprise and panic on the faces of the reception staff member. “Please take a seat” was the response. We did. 10 minutes later we were met by a chap called Ajit (reception manager or guest relations manager, I cant remember which), stating Pascal was “unfortunately in meetings at the moment” so how could he help us instead? We expressed our immense dissatisfaction in the way things had been dealt with, how we had been lied to about fulfilling our not unreasonable requests, and that I wanted to arrange as quickly as possible to go back to Komandoo. I had already left a message with Dustin in Komandoo at this point to get the ball rolling. I just felt it necessary to go to the top and relay our experience to the GM before we left. The story from Ajit at this point then changed to “I’m afraid pascal is on his way to Male so cant meet with you”….mmmmm? Can we offer you a water villa instead? No thankyou (I’ve never wanted to stay in one of those, and frankly it felt insulting that by offering us this anybody would bite tier hand off….). Ok, “can we just put this down to us in reception/guest services as us having a bad day?” came the reply? “we really don’t want you to leave” please can you give us a second chance?”. He went off and came back another 10 minutes later with some mute and rather uncomfortable looking member of housekeeping management in tow, this time offering us either for them both personally to bring us a new mattress, or indeed, they could now move us to a much pricier beach villa (on the noisier side of the island). Having stayed our first 5 visits in one of these (until the prices got too high) we knew they were more comfortable beds and nicer rooms so we agreed to give them the benefit of doubt and allow them to make some steps toward service recovery. Realising arranging another stay at Komandoo, transfers, changing departing seaplanes etc would have wasted another day of our rapidly shrinking remaining holiday time, and so took them up on this – hoping for a better start to our stay form then on. In their defence, they both personally came and picked us up in a buggy after we had fully repacked our cases in 30 mins flat, and took us to the new accommodation. All was ok in that respect thereafter. (Although here’s something ironic: we saw Pascal the very next day, mooching about on his scooter (this was whilst we were chatting to Ajit who had seen by reception and “checked in” to see if we were ok….the look on his face when he realised we had spotted Pascal was priceless and he looked slightly panicked!)….So much for the Gm being in Male, I thought….more fobbing off and lies, as he clearly couldn’t be bothered to deal with unhappy guests so left it to his lackies) In the days that followed, we sadly encountered one too many inefficient, inconsistent and rather indifferent new members of F&B staff (a large percentage of long-standing staff hardworking loyal local staff had gone since covid, being replaced by much cheaper staff from India and Sri Lanka, to whom they aren’t obliged to pay the Maldivian minimum wage….!!!) which was a great shame as so many of them have always been wonderful in our previous stays. We nonetheless tried to make the most of things. A few old faces greeted us, providing excellent service and friendly chats. On our 2nd to last night, we had booked the Far East a la carte restaurant (you get a voucher for this as a 5+ repeater, which is always lovely), we arrive for our booking, mention said voucher and the (all new) staff look at me blankly…”no madam, there is no such thing, but we will go and check”. You can imagine my surprise and frustration at this point, so I myself walk from the table back to reception, and Ajit happens to be there. I ask him about this, and the reply was “No, all repeater benefits have been suspended, pending a review of the package, sorry”….. are you serious? This was not mentioned at any point before we arrived, was in black and white on their website 2 weeks before we arrived. I checked their website whilst stood there – funny that – the page had disappeared!!!!!! Given the initial issues we had had and with Ajit dealing with them for us, I expected at least some sort of solution to this, as we were not told about any of these benefits being removed when we checked in. So, what can I do at this point? Walk out the restaurant which would be embarrassing and uncomfortable for both us and the staff? We stayed and had our meal (at full price). Worth noting here that the all 50% All inclusive discount for ALC restaurants was stopped weeks before our visit also, which added a further sting. Most a la cartes were largely empty anyway even when they did the discount (a huge rip off even taking into account the high cost of importing good to the country, so im well aware things are dearer here) – so you can imagine the decision to remove this altogether seems ludicrous and a very poor management move…. A further very bad taste was left in our mouths on this, which we now agreed, would be our last visit. I have given this review 2 points instead of 1, only down to a small number of staff that stood out – or lovely long term waiter in Sangu – Rahman, he greeted us like old friends and was brilliant throughout, a wonderful new barman in Sangu called Satish, who was the epitome of what customer service should be – warm, friendly, one step ahead, extremely efficient and just all round brilliant. He had a wealth of high-level hospitality experience which was far too good for this place. Dennis the buggy driver (we missed our old friend Albin, he was on holiday that week) – who was great, always stopped to pick us up along our way and was funny and chatty. Mirajul the pool attendant at Sangu – again a gem of guy, remembered us from previous visits, and always checked in to see if we wanted drinks etc. Its really sad that we left this place knowing we would never come back after such a bad experience, from all our previous visits with such fond memories, we now have quite sour ones… Kuredu has lost the plot, only seems to care about the “new money” first timers coming in (of course they have nothing to compare it to and would probably love it), has a “couldn’t care less” attitude and a seemingly invisible and incompetent new management structure who only cares about making yet more $ out of you the minute you arrive, and not caring if you ever come back. As I said, a lot of loyal long-standing repeaters I know have said the same – they wont come back. Some of whom have been 10/15+ times. I don’t think they grasp how vital repeat business is, especially in this day and age – places like the Maldives are very popular at the moment, all those wanted a bucket list holiday after covid, maybe they are in for a shock, maybe they wont realise how rubbish this place now is, after it being somewhere hugely brilliant 2 years ago. People have so many choices of islands in this country and Kuredu really need to up its game, train staff better, work on keeping repeat business and move away from the cheap-feeling tacky party island thing its seems to also be going for. Because its not a cheap holiday, its around 30-40% more expensive than it was 5 years ago. We would go back to Komandoo in a heartbeat that’s for sure. I suggest those who don’t have kids and those that want a proper Maldivian holiday, and those that have standards seriously consider Komandoo for very little extra £. It’s a true 5 star, it knows how to value and look after all guests (not just repeaters) and the management know how to achieve this. Kuredu belongs to the same group and yet they seem to have forgotten how to apply the same principles. People flocking to Kuredu are subsequently made to look fools for falling for its “charms”. You have been warned.....
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Frequently Asked Questions about Kuredu Resort & Spa
Which popular attractions are close to Kuredu Resort & Spa?
Nearby attractions include Coco Bar (2.6 miles) and Champagne Pavilion (2.8 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Kuredu Resort & Spa?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
Which room amenities are available at Kuredu Resort & Spa?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at Kuredu Resort & Spa?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Kuredu Resort & Spa?
Conveniently located restaurants include 5.8 Undersea Restaurant, Kashibo Restaurant and Bar, and One & Only Kanuhura Main Restaurant.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Kuredu Resort & Spa?
Yes, guests have access to a pool, a fitness center, and yoga classes during their stay.
Does Kuredu Resort & Spa have airport transportation?
Yes, Kuredu Resort & Spa offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Is Kuredu Resort & Spa located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.02 miles away from the center of Kuredu.
Are any cleaning services offered at Kuredu Resort & Spa?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Kuredu Resort & Spa?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Russian, and Chinese.
Does Kuredu Resort & Spa have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the harbor view available here.