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Diamonds Athuruga
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Reviewed July 28, 2010

My husband and I travelled to Athuruga at the beginning of July for two weeks. We first went to the Maldives 3 years ago on a 'one-off' holiday and like so many others became addicted! Previously we had stayed at Meeru and Veligandu but this year wanted somewhere with a better housereef so after a lot of research chose Athuruga. This is an Italian owned island (Planhotel) which has recently been refurbished. It is a very samll island (approx 10 mins to walk around) with about 40 beach villas and 21 new water villas. It is all inclusive and the AI deal includes much more than your typical Maldivian island. All we paid for during our trip was some purchases from the shop and a couple of excursions, everything else was included in the cost of the hoiliday.

The journey there
We flew with Sri Lankan airlines on what was supposed to be a direct flight to Male but unfortunately on arrival at the airport we were told that due to operational reasons the flight would be going to Colombo where we would need to change aircraft. This added an extra couple of hours onto our journey which wasn't a great start to our holiday but couldn't be helped. We had paid (£50 pp each way) to upgrade to premium economy. We had more legroom and were in the quieter front section of cabin just behind business class. Nothing extra special about this but we think it's worth it for the extra space and the peace and quiet.

We didn't have long to wait in Male for our seaplane connection which was with Maldivian Air Taxi. We dropped off travellers in Chaaya Reef Ellaidhoo before going on to Athuruga, taking approx half an hour in total. We were met on the dhoni by 2 of the Italian animation team who were extremely welcoming.

Accommodation (water villa)
Check in at reception was quick and effortless with the usual (extremely welcome) cold facecloth and fruit juice. We got shown to our water villa, which was no more than a 5 min walk from the reception/bar/main restaurant. We had villa 2 which is on the lagoon side looking over towards the island (These villas are numbered 1-13). The villa was extremely spacious. Coming in the front door there is a seating area with a sofa and coffee table. The main part of the room is the sleeping area with a huge, extremely comfortable bed, off here is a large walk in wardrobe with more than enough shelves and hanging space for luggage and everything you could possibly take with you. The mini bar and kettle is also here (mini bar stocked with water, coke, diet coke, fanta, sprite, soda water and carlsberg lager, re-stocked daily). The remainder of the space is taken up with dressing tables and there is a door through to the bathroom area. Straight ahead there are two sinks with plenty space for toiletries. To one side is the toilet and to the other a double shower with two separate overhead showers, one with a hand held shower attached. There is a door out to the deck from the shower room and the whole front of the villa is made of sliding glass doors so you can access the deck that way too. Outside you can walk around the whole villa and the deck is very spacious. There is a dining table with four chairs, 2 sofas with removable cushions and a coffe table and either 2 single sunbeds or one double with cushions. We found the accommodation to be excellent with everything we needed and more. The bed really was amazingly comfortable and the outside space far bigger and with more furniture than we had experienced at other islands.

The reef
From our steps into the sea (beware, these can get extremely slippery, although they were cleaned when we were there) there was a nice lagoon, with not much current so good for swimming. The water villas on the other side (14 -21) look out to the open sea and the reef. As we like to go snorkeling at least twice a day we asked after a couple of days if we would be able to move to a villa at the other side. We asked at dinner one evening and had moved by lunchtime the next day to villa 17. From here we could swim straight out over the coral at high tide but usually swam down to the cut through at the over water restaurant and got out to the drop off that way. From there we snorkeled down towards the island. There was another cut through at the main jetty, another one further round and the Dhoni pass at the other side of the island so plenty options for getting in and out without ever having to swim against the current. The reef was great, not terribly colourful but a wide variety of sea life. As well as the usual surgeonfish, sweetlips, parrotfish, snappers, clown fish, trevally, fusiliers etc we also frequently saw eagle rays (six at once at one point), reef sharks, lion fish and remoras. We didn't spot any turtles but went on a snorkelling excursion to nearby Dega Thila where we saw 4. On another trip to a plateau reef we stopped off at a sandbank in the middle of the ocean on the way back to Athuruga. Both organised trips were excellent and well worth the money ($37 pp, I think) As well as these organised excursions, there are free daily trips from the beach around the house reef at 11am and 4pm. We went on these a few times, and they were good, as the guides are marine biologists and point out things you might not otherwise notice, including a stonefish one day! This would also be good if you aren't a very confident swimmer, as they take out flotation aids, you can also use a lifejacket if you wish. Hire of mask, snorkel and fins is free (part of AI deal), I only used fins (having brought my own mask and snorkel), but they were in good condition and easy to get from the dive shop. We didn't go diving but diving trips were offered twice daily as well as night time diving on occasions.

Activities/entertainment
Other activities were on offer during the day but we very much come to the Maldives for peace, quiet and relaxation so we didn't try any of them. From memory they included beach volleyball, aqua aerobics, Latin dance, snorkelling lessons etc. You could also use kayaks and there were hobby cats available for those trained to sail them. The evening entertainment was pretty low key - quizzes, slide show of Maldivian fish, kareoke once a week etc.
A variety of excursions are offered, mainly snorkelling and fishing and a free trip to the local island to have a look around and visit the shops they have.
While we were there, many of the satff were taking part in essential fire training. we were greatly entertained by watching our waiters, room boys and bar staff running up and down the beach, rolling out hoses, giving each other firemen's lifts etc!!

Dining
As water villa guests, we could choose to eat brakfast in either the water villa restaurant, the main restaurant or have it delivered to our deck. As we like to go for an early morning snorkel, we often took advantage of the option of having it deliverd. It was so nice to go for a swim, come back, shower, put on bathrobes (provided in the villa), just in time for breakfast to be delivered! Breakfast consisted of; cooked breakfast (bacon, sausages, tomato, mushrooms, baked beans and eggs cooked in a veriety of ways), cereal, youghurt, fresh fruit, plate of ham and cheese, bread basket (toast, croissants, mini pastries, muffins etc), tea or coffee and fruit juice.
Lunch was provided at the main restaurant, buffet style. You are assigned a table and a waiter for your stay. Water villa guests get the tables in the inside while beach villa guests get the tables around the outside. We still had a good seaview from our table however. a wide variety of food is available at lunchtime, and the Italian influence was evident. There was a large selection of food, including, soup, a wide variety of salad including freshly cut cold meats and fish (cooked and raw), freshly cooked pizza, a barbecue station which nearly always had freshly caught fish, curries with rice, poppadoms and chutneys, a pasta station and a selection of meat and vegetable dishes. Dessert consisted of a wide selection of mini pastries, cakes and mousses and a choice of freshly made ice cream and sorbet. There was also a large selection of fruit. The quality of this food was very good but there wasn't much variety from day to day. And in fact on the one day we ate our evening meal there it was also pretty similar.
Most nights we went to the over water restaurant. From 7pm onwards it is open for drinks and canapes. There was always a jug of cocktail made up, or you could choose from a wide variety of spirits (including premium brands) or wines. Dinner here was a la carte and although there wasn't a huge choice, the quality of the food was excellent. This restaurant primarily serves the water villa guests, although beach villa guests can pay to dine here and are welcome to drink in bar area. As a result the restaurant was very quiet with excellent service. Our waiter Rakyn was fantastic. The menu consisted of a choice of 3 starters, always including some seafood, choice of 3 soup or pasta dishes, choice of 3 main courses, usually 2 meat and one fish, and dessert which was always ice cream, sorbet, another dessert or cheese.

Snacks were also available throughout the day - on the last few days of our holiday, sorbet was delivered to the villas about 11am, and mini sandwiches and fruit were delivered daily at approx 5pm. Snacks were also available at the main bar in the afternoon, and at approx 5pm a waiter would come round handing out slices of freshly cooked pizza! All drinks (apart from champagne) are included in the AI package (even cocktails, sparkling wine, milkshakes etc) and available all day and night. Being Italian owned, a wide variety of good quality coffee (eg espresso, latte, cappucino, iced etc) was also available.

Negatives
We had been told when booking our holiday that each water villa had its own Imac computer so we didn't bother to take our laptop (OH needs to check work emails). We were told at the island that they didn't have these yet, which was a shame. We were allowed to use the mac in reception free of charge however to make up for this. Internet connection was pretty slow so glad we didn't have a lot ot do.
We decided to use the free laundry service to get some clothes washed. The order form says it takes 2 days but in reality it is more like 4 days. Unfortunately 4 items of our clothes got ruined. Our poor room boy (who was excellent) was mortified and assured us it wasn't him who did the washing! He explained that this had happened before, although only a handful of times in 5 or 6 years and that what had happened was that the clothes had been sat on top of the washing machine and then the staff had gone for lunch. When the spin cycle was on, some of the clothes had fallen off the machine and into some bleach! One of the animation team spoke to us about what had happened and was very apologetic. She offered us free excursions or a lobster dinner to compensate. We had already booked our snorkeling excursions but she agreed to get the cost of them (approx $150) taken off our bill, which we were quite happy about.

Overall
With July being low season, the island was far from full. Only about 8 of the water villas were ever occupied at one time although I think a much higher percentage of the beach villas were occupied. The staff were all very friendly but not intrusive, and although it is a small island, without a lot of space between the beach villas, it was nerver crowded and in fact, often deserted! The water villas are of a very high spec, although not totally private as there are no walls to the outside deck. We were lucky that for the most part we didn't have immediate neighbours which gave us all the privacy we needed. The food was very good and the general atmosphere relaxed but friendly.
We would definitely come back to Athuruga, but not for some time as there are so many other islands to visit!!

  • Stayed: July 2010, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed July 13, 2010

Recently returned from Athuruga having spent our honeymoon there and it was absolutely fantastic. Beautiful island, very helpful and friendly staff and excellent snorkelling..we saw a couple of turtles and even managed to get close enough to stroke one. The water villas are stunning with a huge deck where we had our breakfast served everyday. The food is first class especially the a la carte dinner in the water bungalow restaurant. The chef even asked what we enjoyed eating and prepared us a special meal..the lamb is delicious.
We thought the water bungalows facing the reef were the best because they were the most private...the ones on the other side are facing the beach and the boats moored in the lagoon. Also the deck was in the shade for most of the day which was perfect in the heat .
The bar on the beach was great and the drinks are all named brands. The wine is also of a very good quality. We had a fabulous 16 days on Athuruga and would definately recommend it to anyone for a chilled out, relaxing and indulgent holiday. We are already saving to return for our anniversary.

  • Stayed: June 2010, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed June 30, 2010

We chose Athuruga after much searching and checking of reviews on Tripadvisor, we made the right choice, what a wonderful place.
We stayed in beach bungalow No.37 and it was just perfect, thanks to everyone who responded to my info requests on the forum.
I don't think I could find anything to complain about, everyone is so helpful, all the staff were amazing in particular Valeria from guest services who my husband and I were convinced had been cloned, she was everywhere, doing everything, in a different uniform every time!
The snorkelling was amazing, it was like swimming in a giant fish tank, what a reef! We had
bought an underwater camera last minute at the airport and I was so glad, the fish were just beautiful.
The food was great and I loved the fact that this really was an All Inclusive resort we could have gone there with no money at all, everything was free of charge (except for the spa treatments of course) the only money we parted with was tips for the room boy, our waiter,
The barman and the porters.
This was my third visit to the Maldives and the third island I won't be going anywhere else though this was perfect.
Not one mosquito bite due to the twice daily spraying, brilliant!
Look no further if you want a fab holiday, though one week is definitely not long enough.
The room was nothing very special but it was clean and had everything you needed. The bed was very comfortable and the room boy kept it clean and tidy. The fridge was restocked with soft drinks twice daily and beer and wine at your request, they even lend you an iPod
to listen to music in your room. And of course the best part is you step out of your room and a few steps later you're in the sea.
We went to have a look at a water bungalow which we could have upgraded to for a couple of days but we preferred our beach room.
I recommend this island very highly, I can't wait to go back.

  • Stayed: June 2010, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed June 14, 2010

My husband and I stayed on the island of Athuruga for our honeymoon, and despite hitting a bad week of weather we still thoroughly enjoyed every minute of our stay.

After a terrible journey out to the Maldives and arriving at our destination a day late we were greeted from the first moment by very friendly staff and as we arrived at the resort we where given a very nice and refreshing fruit cocktail whilst the staff got our paper work together for our room, Check in was very easy and quick, A memeber of staff showed us to our room and our luggage was delivered to us.

Our Beach Bungalow (42) was immaculate...(thanks Waseem!) and the only detatched bungalow on the resort, a well stocked mini bar with soft drinks however you can ask them to stock it with house wine and beer if you prefer or both, fantastic much needed Air Con unit, very very large bed, bathroom was outdoors with his and hers sinks, large headed shower, and toilet and Bidet, along with plenty of towels for bathing and beach and 2 bathrobes. Towels and bed linen were changed every day and room was cleaned twice a day with your bed turned down in the evening. lovely view from the Veranda, with 2 sun loungers for beach, a wooden sunlounger and large wooden bench on Veranda.

Meals were all buffet unless you pay extra to have a'la'carte in the water villa restaurant or romantically on the beach!
Meals where of a different theme everyday and all food was delicious....Currys really rather hot for me!....only downside I would say is some of the food really should be covered up to keep the flies off it, but other than that a great selection, always fresh fruit available at every meal time.
You are allocated a waiter for the duration of your stay and he will serve you with your drinks and clear away your dishes for you....massive thanks to Nafiz our waiter, what a lovely lad, very polite and well mannered. Music is played whilst your have your lunch and evening meal.

The resort itself is stunning, soft white sand along the beach, beautiful water and amazing coral.....cant recommend snorkelling enough, even though I wasnt that good at it! but what I did see was beautiful and that was just the front of the house reef.
When we were there (17th May) only 10 of the water bungalows where complete, however when we took a walk alongside the water bungalows it just looks as though its a case of unpacking the furniture and some touch ups of paint....see photos... we were dissapointed to find that on our way back from our little walk we found large screws, bits of wood, wire, nuts & bolts e.t.c washed up along the shore line from the building work.

The staff put on a large selection of excursions you can go on from visiting other islands, night fishing, game fishing,Diving, snorkelling amongst others they all range in prices, unfortunately we didnt get to go on any as they where cancelled due to bad weather and rough sea.
They have a little shop on the resort but can prove rather expensive, The staff on the resort are all really friendly and encourage you to join in with evening entertainment without being pushy. Evening entertainment consists of quiz's, Karaoke, casino e.t.c
My husband and I enjoyed a honeymoon massage from the serena spa which lasted 2 hours 10 mins and was fantastic, highly recommend a massage from these ladies they work wonders with their hands, felt so relaxed yet revived afterwards, again they do many other treatments not just massage so worth a look in.

The island was undergoing some work, however I have a feeling this was just upkeep of the trees and plants and planting new trees e.t.c, but it was a little disturbing from time to time.
I would advise anyone to request rooms on the south-east side of the island rooms 35 upwards, this side gives you the best views in ours and other guests opinions plus its the less windy side!

We would definatly go back to this island and would recommend this resort for honeymooners/anniversary/quiet getaways, we did not once see a child on the island and to be honest I feel it could be a little boring for children, although they do have Wi-fi and a computer for guests to use along with a Wii Machine and a widescreen T.v in the library area.

  • Stayed: May 2010, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed June 6, 2010

Flew out of Gatwick on the direct BA flight, business class has full flat beds so beats Air Lanka or Emirates in that respect. Consequently arrived in Male after a proper sleep full of the joys of spring. A couple of hours wait in the seaplane terminal then a 30 minute flight to Athuruga. Check in was quick, simple and hassle free with a cold fruit cocktail for good measure.

The beach villa we had was adequate; clean and well presented but we could have used more storage (drawer) space for books, laptops, cameras etc. The villa was next to a wide expanse of beach - other villas had very limited beach, especially at high tide and also we were on the windy (sunset) side of the island so we had a cooling breeze most of the time.

The facilities were very good for such a small island, the restaurant served good food (particularly the fresh pizza) with a wide choice that did not get boring over the course of our 2 week stay. All meals were served buffet style and with sandwiches, crepes and pizza available at the bar you would never go hungry although you may go home weighing more than when you arrived. We had 1 meal in the al la carte restaurant, which normally only caters for the people in the water villas, which was fantastic value at $90 per person for 4 courses which amounted to 2.5 lobsters each! Having waiter service and being in a quieter restaurant over the sea made this a very pleasant experience.

Being an Italian run island there was an enthusiastic animation team who put on evening entertainment plus snorkelling trips and lectures, yoga, exercise classes etc. You could take part, or not, as you wanted and we never felt that it intruded into our holiday (as a general rule we would prefer to make our own entertainment). All the staff were welcoming, friendly and knowledgeable about there chosen area of expertise - marine biologists seemed to be rather common.

The spa offered a wide and varied choice of treatments and would tailor ‘packages’ if you asked.

The dive school (run by Idive, The Crab is not present so your ‘friend of The Crab’ discount cards will not work) was professionally run and provided access to a variety of dives sites. The staff were safety conscious and aware of the differing levels of diving experience within the group, tailoring the dives to sites that could accommodate deep and shallow dives so that everybody had an enjoyable time. We were lucky as there were never more than 7 divers (+leaders) on the boat and on occasion only 4 of us, this enabled us to develop a rapport with the dive guides and have some say in the choice of dive site :).

Overall this was a very enjoyable holiday on one of the smallest Maldivian islands we have stayed on. All of the staff, without exception, were friendly and helpful. We would definitely consider returning.

  • Stayed: May 2010, traveled with friends
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Reviewed May 29, 2010

Just returned from a fabulous holiday at Athuruga island. I went for only one week and by day 2 was regretting that I had not booked for between 10 and 14 days. My principal reason for choosing this resort was the snorkelling and I have to say that the reef is fantastic. The staff there provide two snorkel safaris on the reef each day. The food is very good indeed. The resort is spotless. My only quibble is that I was allocated room 9 and the area outside this room is shady because of the trees growing there. It did not bother me because when it was sunny I went round to the public beach area which is closer to the reef anyway. Next time I go (I have already decided to go back) I will request a different room but even though I have decided to do this, the shady are did not spoil my holiday.
The resort now seems to be two resorts, - the island and the water bungalows are very separate. The water bungalows have their own restaurant and (I think) bar.

  • Stayed: May 2010, traveled solo
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Reviewed May 27, 2010

Hi ,
Just got back from Athuruga, lovely island and fantastic reef.

was a little bit dissapointed with kuoni as they told us that the water villas we were staying in was all finished and booked out, but when we arrived we were told only ten was ready, there was building materials all stacked in the middle of the decking whitch needless to say looked unsightly, but this was soon sorted and cleared away, there was only one water villa that was completley finished, so when it rained all the sofa's and sun beds got soaked unless we took them in.


The al la-cart restaurant had only just open the day before we got there, so a few teething problems, my wife is a veggie and there was nothing on the menu for her she had to have pasta for the first to nights, they never seemed to grasp that she didn't eat meat or fish, so we decided to eat in the main restaurant for the rest of the holiday, those in the water villas eat breakfast, evening meals in the al la-carte and lunch in the main restaurant, all water villas guests have a table in the middle of the restaurant.

They give you a choice of having breakfast on your water villa decking or in the water villa restaurant, a very nice touch but full english breakfast is cold be the time you get it.
The food in the restaurant was cold most days and if you are late going in then not much left, once this is sorted everything will be just perfect, the island is great and the staff are amazing, they can't do enough for you, a big thankyou to Shinam our room boy, Velarie and all the staff on the island, oh and not forgetting Jay ( Brilliant ).
The fact that everthing is Included is brillant and its all top brands, it really is a wonderful island and yes one day we will go back but to many other islands to visit first,all in all we had a fantastic holiday and anyone going soon you will not be dissapionted.

The Reef WOW amazing the best yet, we had water villa no 5 and in the afternoon when the water is high we could swim straight across from the villa to the reef and drop off and then snorkle all the way along the reef to the to the last bouy.

Amazing island Enjoy.
Mick.

  • Stayed: May 2010, traveled as a couple
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Location: Maldives > Alifu Atoll > Southern Ari Atoll > Athuruga Island
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Free Breakfast Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Restaurant Room Service Spa Suites Airport Transportation
Hotel Style:
Ranked #1 of 1 Hotels in Athuruga Island
Price Range: $670 - $2,142 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:5 star — Diamonds Athuruga 5*
Number of rooms: 73
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Athuruga Island Resort is the twin island of its sister Thundufushi. The island comprises of a thick vegetation of coconut palms and surrounded by powdery beach which extends to one side of the island. The lagoon on this side is small and the superb house reef is within the swimming distance while on the other side the lagoon is very large, sandy and is ideal for paddling around. Athuruga Island resort is best described as an elegant and intimate holiday resort with a high standard of service which offers offer All Inclusive only. There are only 51 rooms, named as 46 Beach Bungalows and 05 garden Villas. Catamaran, laser boat, canoe, windsurfs offered free to guests who must be experienced & licensed for these activities. Snorkeling equipment are offered free against a deposit towards loss of damage. Free guided snorkeling on house reef daily. Free laundry service. Aerobic, stretching, water gym and dance lessons free of charge.1 sunset fishing and 1 fisherman island excursion per stay included free. Beach towels provided free. Free doctor's service and infirmary. ... more   less 
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