Kuramathi Island Resort (4*)

The resort is an emerald jewel in the turquoise Maldivian waters with acres of luxuriant vegetation, spectacular beaches, ancient banyan tree, and many areas of the island that remain untouched, inviting guests to leisurely stroll along deserted beaches or through virgin vegetation to explore the island


Hotel Details

  • boutiques
  • library
  • wi-fi internet access
  • sports centre
  • pool
  • tennis court
  • Bageecha Kids Club
  • football field
  • disco
  • infinity pool
  • Kuramathi Spa


Room Features

Beach Villas:

  • 70 sq m
  • located within the abundant vegetation, yet only a few steps away from the beach
  • face the lagoon side of the island
  • king-sized four-poster bed
  • expansive wooden decks at the front with daybed and sun loungers
  • semi-open air bathrooms with outdoor rainfall shower


Deluxe Beach Villas:

  • 51 sq m
  • located just a few minutes away from the sandbank
  • spacious bedrooms
  • sundecks that lead straight into the azure waters
  • open air bathroom with bath with shower, complemented by outdoor rainfall shower


Beach Villas with Jacuzzi:

  • 90 sq m
  • sited amongst the natural gardens of the island
  • perfect for couples celebrating romance
  • bedroom features king-sized four-poster bed and an inviting daybed
  • deck outside with daybed and sun loungers for two
  • large open air bathroom with a Jacuzzi in the corner


Water Villas:

  • 52 sq m
  • built on stilts and sit directly over the lagoon
  • similar to the beach rooms, the Water Villas are equipped with chic amenities and bathrooms featuring rainfall showers
  • the wooden deck outside faces the aquamarine lagoon with steps into the crystal clear water


Water Villas with Jacuzzi:

  • 90 sq m
  • built on stilts, close to the house reef with its colourful myriad of marine life
  • airy bedroom with king bed
  • spacious bathroom with rainfall shower
  • oversized two-tiered sundeck with Jacuzzi, sun loungers and sun umbrella



  • Malaafaiy, Haruge and Farivalhu Restaurants – offer breakfast, lunch and dinner buffets. Breakfast is continental with a live cooking station. Lunch is a light affair, whilst themed buffets from all around the world are offered for dinner
  • Island Coffee Shop – all-day dining option featuring a diverse international menu, ranging from freshly tossed salads, kid's meals, potpourri of curries, to delicacies from all over the world
  • The Reef – signature seafood restaurant offering guests fresh catch from the Maldivian waters and quality seafood imported from abroad
  • Tandoor Mahal – features traditional Tandoori cooking with some delicious curries, rice, Biriyani and an assortment of Indian breads
  • Siam Garden – offers the unique flavours of the four regions of Thailand with menu including a wide variety of seafood, fish, vegetarian, beef and chicken dishes as well as exotic fresh fruits, desserts and Asian herbal green tea
  • Island Barbeque – features high quality meats cooked to guests’ desires, complemented with traditional barbeque side dishes and matured fine wines
  • Palm Pizzeria & Gelateria – offers traditional Italian pizza with crispy thin crusts, a wide selection of pastas and fresh salads, and homemade ice cream for desert
  • Private Dining Experiences
  • Bars & Evening Entertainment
  • Six bars around the island offer refreshing drinks, day and night



  • Sports Centre – features a fully equipped gymnasium with all modern fitness equipment
  • floodlit tennis court
  • 2 fresh water swimming pools, children’s pool, sauna, Jacuzzi, and Pool Bar. A
  • diving
  • two fully equipped PADI dive centres offering a wide range of underwater adventures including the chance to dive with hammerhead
  • wide range of non-motorised water sports including windsurfing, catamaran sailing or kayaking, water skiing, wake boarding or even an exhilarating banana ride
  • The Water Sports centre also offers a variety of excursions on a catamaran or a motorboat
  • full range of excursions is available including Island Hopping, Snorkelling Safari, Visit to neighbouring inhabited island Rasdhoo, Sunset Cruise, Coral Romance and Big Game Fishing
  • Kuramathi Spa


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.