Park Water Villa at Park Hyatt Maldives

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During our week in paradise, also known as the tiny island Hadahaa in the Maldives which houses the luxurious Park Hyatt resort, we had the opportunity to stay in both a Park Villa and Park Pool Villa. The next upgrade from the Park Pool Villa is the Park Water Villa, and then the Park Water Sunset Villa, which offers the best panoramic sunset views. The overwater villas offer the quintessential Maldivian experience, but they do not come cheap at around $1200-1400 per night in high season. To upgrade from the Park Villa when staying on points, you must contact the hotel directly and find out how much it will cost, which will vary depending on the date and availability. Unfortunately, there were no Park Water Villas available during our stay, so we weren’t able to splurge for a night just to experience it. Thankfully our lovely hostess gave us a quick tour of a Park Water Villa so that we could take photos and share with our followers. 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We heard that many guests keep the windows covered to keep the temperature down, since the direct sunlight can make the villas much hotter than the inland villas and the air conditioning has to work harder to keep it cool.WaterVillaParkHyattMaldivesHadahaa, WaterVillaParkHyattMaldivesHadahaa, Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa Park Water Villa, Indian Ocean, Maldives, Luxury Travel, Dream Vacation, Bucket List, Luxury Resort, Hadahaa,WaterVillaParkHyattMaldivesHadahaa, WaterVillaParkHyattMaldivesHadahaa, Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa Park Water Villa, Indian Ocean, Maldives, Luxury Travel, Dream Vacation, Bucket List, Luxury Resort, HadahaaWaterVillaParkHyattMaldivesHadahaa, WaterVillaParkHyattMaldivesHadahaa, Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa Park Water Villa, Indian Ocean, Maldives, Luxury Travel, Dream Vacation, Bucket List, Luxury Resort, HadahaaWaterVillaParkHyattMaldivesHadahaa, WaterVillaParkHyattMaldivesHadahaa, Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa Park Water Villa, Indian Ocean, Maldives, Luxury Travel, Dream Vacation, Bucket List, Luxury Resort, Hadahaa,Their selling point is the unobstructed view of the Indian Ocean and immediate access to the water from the deck. Guests can simply climb down the ladder on their private deck and snorkel above the amazing coral reefs. Guests may even see reef sharks or sea turtles swim by as they lounge on their sun beds, and can see colorful fish feeding on the coral below.WaterVillaParkHyattMaldivesHadahaa, WaterVillaParkHyattMaldivesHadahaa, Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa Park Water Villa, Indian Ocean, Maldives, Luxury Travel, Dream Vacation, Bucket List, Luxury Resort, Hadahaa, Coral Reefs, SnorkelingWaterVillaParkHyattMaldivesHadahaa, Indian Ocean, atolls, island, coral reef, snorkeling, viewsBack inside the villa, the bathroom has a large vanity with two sinks, a bathtub, a separate room for the rain shower and for the toilet, and large closets. WaterVillaParkHyattMaldivesHadahaa, WaterVillaParkHyattMaldivesHadahaa, Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa Park Water Villa, Indian Ocean, Maldives, Luxury Travel, Dream Vacation, Bucket List, Luxury Resort, Hadahaa,WaterVillaParkHyattMaldivesHadahaa, rain shower, overwater villaThey do not have a large outdoor bath area like the inland villas, which was one of our favorite features of the Park Villa and Park Pool Villa. We heard that they are working on plans to create a water villa with its own private pool, which we imagine will cost a pretty penny but would be amazing. Nonetheless, we plan to return to the Park Hyatt Maldives and would love to spend a night in a water villa since that is still on our bucket list. This visit, we enjoyed having a quick glimpse of a Park Water Villa and walking down the jetty for more breathtaking views of the island and the ocean.WaterVillaParkHyattMaldivesHadahaa, WaterVillaParkHyattMaldivesHadahaa, Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa Park Water Villa, Indian Ocean, Maldives, Luxury Travel, Dream Vacation, Bucket List, Luxury Resort, Hadahaa, Coral Reefs, SnorkelingWaterVillaParkHyattMaldivesHadahaa, WaterVillaParkHyattMaldivesHadahaa, Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa Park Water Villa, Indian Ocean, Maldives, Luxury Travel, Dream Vacation, Bucket List, Luxury Resort, Hadahaa, Coral Reefs, SnorkelingWaterVillaParkHyattMaldivesHadahaa, Indian Ocean, overwater villa, Hadahaa, jetty, island, coral reef, turquoise water, bucket list, luxury travel, luxury resort, dream vacation

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Park Water Villa at Park Hyatt Maldives
Travel addicts and proud parents of two young kids who make exploring the world a priority while working full time. Bertaut & Alexis enjoy traveling like millionaires without spending a fortune and share their tips on how to get luxury for less.
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