Constance Halaveli Resort (5*)

This shaped like a curved Dhoni (Maldivian boat) five star resort is nestled in the North Ari atoll, and can be a perfect vacation place where time seems to have stopped and dreams become reality. It features 86 villas, the turquoise lagoon, three restaurants and a spa


Hotel Details

  • main pool, situated between Jahaz restaurant and Jahaz bar
  • pool and beach service
  • 2 boutiques on the island, one elegant Jewellery Shop and one luxury clothing shop
  • courtesy lounge at the resort for early check in and late check out with Internet Access, TV and library
  • welcome lounge for arrival guests at Maldivian Air Taxi seaplane terminal on Hulule
  • entertainment area with DJ and dance floor open from 10:30 pm till late
  • Kid’s club (4-12yrs)
  • Le Spa de Constance


Room Features

All guestrooms feature:

  • private plunge pool located on the beach or over the water
  • comfortably furnished using modern wood and marble
  • LCD TV 42’ with satellite channels, DVD
  • WIFI Internet access free of charge
  • iPod connection
  • mini-bar
  • mini wine cooler with a selection of wine, tea & coffee facilities
  • individual safe
  • sitting area
  • furnished terrace or balcony and bathroom comprising of separate shower (inside or outside)


Water Villa

  • private plunge pool (3m x 4m)
  • sun deck
  • 100 sq m
  • max occupancy 2 adults + 1 extra bed (child under 12 yrs)


Beach Villa

  • private plunge pool (3m x 5m)
  • private garden
  • 350 sq m
  • max occupancy 2 adults + 1 extra bed (child under 12 yrs)


Double Storey Beach Villa

  • private plunge pool (3m x 5m)
  • private garden
  • 410 sq m
  • max occupancy 2 adults + 2 extra beds (child under 12 yrs) or 1 extra bed adult



  • The Main Buffet Restaurant & Bar “ JAHAZ ” – open for breakfast and dinner, it serves international food and features themed evenings and special events
  • Speciality Restaurant & Bar “ JING ” on stilts – features speciality fusion cuisine where East meets West offering Asian dishes combined with a European touch, open for lunch and dinner
  • Beach Grill “MEERU” – offers a wide selection of seafood in an “al fresco” setting. Features casual and barefoot atmosphere and is located on the beach. Open for lunch, dinner and special themed evenings



  • complimentary activities, including tennis, beach volleyball, badminton, non-motorised watersports such as top cat (catamaran - compulsory orientation at a cost), pedal boats, windsurfing and kayak
  • activities available at extra charge, including sunset cruise with a traditional Dhoni, all day deserted Island, dolphin search (speed boat or Dhoni), local villages, traditional night fishing, private boat hire, water ski, kneeboard, wakeboard, banana boat, fishing, diving (PADI), tennis lessons
  • TGI Diving Center
  • Kid’s club (4-12yrs)
  • Le Spa de Constance


NEW! How you can make your stay more authentic, sustainable and memorable

These tips provide the insider’s knowledge on how travelers can engage with local culture, make their vacations more memorable, promote sustainability in the region, and enhance their overall holiday experience.

  • Maldives ecosystem is very fragile, and all travelers are strongly encouraged to do their best to protect the local environment. First of all, a number of items may not be exported, from Black Corals to Triton Shells. Second of all, fishing or collection of several species from marine life including lobsters and turtles is prohibited.
  • To get a better sense about Maldives, travelers are recommended to do Island Hopping (a visit to a near local island) excursion, where guests can walk, shop, and see local life, including how locals made boats. Another recommended excursion is the visit to Maldives’ capital city Male, where a city tour with local guide can be arranged, and travelers can visit the fish market, museum, old mosque , precedence palace, and enjoy the submarine trip on the same day.
  • An interesting fact published by the Maldives Tourism Board about local people: “It is a typical island custom that everyone finish their work by late afternoon, take their daily showers or bath near their wells, dress the children in fresh clothes and go for a stroll in the island, visiting friends and relatives, delivering small bowls of fresh homemade curry, or taking some time to relax at the beachside, watching the late afternoon sun while the children play around at the beach.”
Please Note: Time restrictions and extra charges may apply for some activities, watersports or facilities. Some restaurants may be open for certain meals only, have a dress code in effect and/or require reservations. While Sparkling Voyages makes every effort to ensure the accuracy of the information contained herein, it cannot be held responsible for changes, omissions or errors.