Canareef Resort Maldives welcomes you with 271 spacious rooms for your honeymoon, friends or family. In Canareef Resort Maldives, experiences abound and there is so much more our Island has to offer. From Dolphin Cruises to Manta Ray dives and the largest World War II shipwreck,
The British Loyalty, to local Island Tours in HulhuMeedho, guests are ensured a myriad of activities under the of Sun, Sea, Sand and local cultural experiences of The Maldives.
ROOMS & SUITES
Individual wooden bungalows on the eastern side of the island offering a beautiful view of the ocean and with a private, enclosed backyard. Enjoy fresh breeze while you serenade in the sound of the waves and admire the view beyond the horizon of the Indian Ocean.
Sunset Beach Villa
Individual wooden bungalows on the western side of the island offering a beautiful view of the lagoon and sandy beach with a private enclosed backyard. Guest can enjoy fresh breeze, feel the fine white sands beneath the feet or simply relax on the front deck to watch sunset.
Jacuzzi Villas are individual beach villas with a bedroom including a four post bed, a private enclosed outdoor area featuring a jacuzzi for two “under the stars” with a wooden sundeck with sun lounges, a shade pavilion or umbrella, tropical plants and a beautiful view of the lagoon.
Wine and Dine
Experience refreshing rejuvenation at the spa, discreetly located within a dedicated waterside compound and set amidst lush gardens.
Our range of treatments include detoxifying massages and scrubs, while our private suites are available for both singles and couples.
There is no place like home so have your little ones develop their creative skills or play within the security of a contained compound. Ideal if you need some time away from parenting duties and to enjoy what Maldives has to offer. Books, tables, kids chairs and tables and a playground can be found within its compound.
Hulhumeedhoo Village, our next door neighbour has one of the most modern pole and line tuna fishing boats in the country. A visit to the Taro farms is not to be missed.
It is believed that the early inhabitants of Meedhoo Island were the first Maldivian to embrace Islam.