Constance Moofushi opened last November on a tiny island in the
South Ari Atoll, a 20-minute seaplane hop from Malé.
It's a four-star resort because it doesn't offer room service or
private pools in its 120 villas, but it won't disappoint, thanks to
the brilliant service and a wonderful spa.
Best of all, wines that you'd pay at least £60 for elsewhere are
part of the all-inclusive package.
The decor is simple, yet the mod-cons are slick. Opt for the
Cristal package, which includes meals, cocktails, wine, plus a
snorkelling excursion, dhoni sunset cruise and one dinner
in Alizée Grill, the à la carte restaurant, serving lobster.
Wow factor: If you avoid the spa, you could leave the island with
a room bill of zero. So don't think twice about tucking in to the
mini bar for a sunset drink.
Go: Book with Turquoise Holidays; call 01494 678400 or
visit www.turquoiseholidays.co.uk for more details or
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