The resort has 96 rooms in two-storey concrete buildings. All identical, they are spacious (30 m²) and include an office, a lounge area and a balcony or a small private terrace. The whole would need a big refreshment, because the decoration of the 1980s is completely out of fashion. Owned by the Maldivian group Sunland, which also owns the luxury resorts Coco, it would seem that they do not care much about Biyadhoo. This is a pity, because the island is ideally located to discover fish reefs. Dolphins, manta rays, sharks often cross paths off the island. Meals are served as a buffet in the open but tiled restaurant. Only the bar retains some of the Maldivian charm, as you sit with your feet in the sand. The establishment has a diving centre and a spa. The only advantage of this resort is the low prices - for the Maldives. For the price of a decent hotel on a local island, you can enjoy the dream life of an island hotel with its crystal clear lagoon and standard services.
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