Experience Multicultural Treats at a Maldivian Resort.

Vadoo possesses its own exotic reef teeming with vibrant aquatic flora and fauna.Awarded as the World’s Leading Water Villa retreat at the World Travel Awards in 2010, Adaaran Prestige Vadoo is honoured to stand out amongst the best.

Online PR News – 10-April-2013 – Maldives – A unique presentation marbled together by Adaaran when it brings a multicultural touch to its offering, Adaaran Prestige Vadoo.

It is the only Adaaran resort that has no accommodation on land. as the three-acre island is reserved for reception, a fine dining and a Japanese restaurant, a pavilion lounge and sunset upper deck bar, a spa and fitness centre and a cool blue infinity swimming pool, and a fully-equipped diving station, all set in lovingly manicured gardens. Adaaran Prestige Vadoo is a scenic Maldives island resort which has 50 independent villas built on columns over a crystal-clear lagoon, linked to the island by winding wooden walkways.

A spur leading off the wooden jetty accesses each pair of villas and these are laid out in crescents, softening the impact of so many thatched villas perched a few feet above the water. Entrance to each villa is through a gate in a bamboo fence onto a huge wooden deck which has enough space for a dining area (many guests like to eat in the privacy of their villa), a small plunge pool set over the lagoon, and a day bed for two. A wall of French windows gives entrance to a timber-floored bedroom more than 40 square metres in area.

The bathroom is as large as many hotel bedrooms. As well as the usual facilities it features a settee and a second television. This is hung so that it can be viewed from the Jacuzzi for two that is on a private, bamboo fenced, open-air, tiled deck. Other innovative features of this Maldives luxury resort includes lots of drawers and wardrobe space, a mini-bar with a glass door, and a wooden hanging arm for clothes, both at eye-level to reduce tiresome bending or stretching: an example of the thought for guest comfort typical of the Adaaran Prestige brand.

Only open since 28 March 2009, the resort is already proving popular with discerning guests from Europe and the Orient. It is the fitting culmination of the involvement of Aitken Spence Hotels through the Adaaran brand in positioning and maintaining the Maldives as a unique, world-class destination with something for everyone.