Before I begin...if you are the type of person that picks holes at every opportunity, then it’s not for you.
The room is basic....1 small wardrobe with half a dozen plastic coat hangers and nowhere to place folded items, but you improvise. Leave them in your case.
The bed is large and comfortable. The en-suite bathroom is spacious and the shower has plenty of hot water. The air conditioning is good and it is left on day and night.
The food is excellent. We are both Vegetarians, but the meat dishes looked tasty and they had a variety of different choices daily.
We absolutely loved the soups.
The beach is small, but very safe and ideal for snorkelling. There’s no shortage of sun loungers and you can safely leave your towels, books etc unattended whilst you go for lunch.
The pool is large and kept very clean. Most of the pool is kept to a depth of 1.4 metres, but at one end it is closer to 2 metres.
With the all inclusive package you can more or less get a drink from 9am until midnight.
The daily snorkelling trips and the once weekly island hopping trip is all part of the package.
This place is popular with Eastern Europeans as they know a bargain when they see one. Many told me they have been coming every year for the past 10 years. We are going to go for two weeks every year from now on.
This is not 5 star luxury. There are plenty of those to choose from in the Maldives if you don’t mind paying £500 pounds a night.