Service animals not allowed.
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Based on 2051 reviews
After many years I finally was able to come back to the Maldives. Angsana Ihuru is the best choice for families and couples who are looking for a natural retreat. It is one of the few resorts still with sand everywhere and no water villas. The reef is very close and wonderful that makes it easy to all to excess it. Big selection of food at every meal. Staff very friendly, helpful and welcoming. The best resort to go back to
Sun, Sand, Snorkle....... Sensational Experience
I have been visiting Maldieves for a while now and It was my first time at Angsana Ihuru, from the moment we arrived at the airport till the moment we were on out way home it has been such an exceptional experience. Very well co-ordinated and we had such and amazing trip. The facilities are outstanding and the rooms equipped with all the comforts you can expect. Only a 25 minute speed boat to the Island from the Male International airport. Staff are super friendly and very accommodating to all our needs. We hired diving instructor Ahmed and he took us around the island to see the marine life. The corals were amazing and we got to see a bunch of different species of marine life including turtles sharks and octopus. I highly recommend this place and thank Mr Harsih, Mr Riyaz, Mr Simad and the rest of their wonderful crew for a great experience. Truly the MALDIVIAN Hospitality.
It was wonderful stay with my family. Relaxed stay and could enjoy everything, like nice ocean view and sand beach, exciting dolphin tour, delicious breakfast & dinner and so on. I recommed you to stay here.
Genuine Maldives experience
This was our 4th holiday to the Maldives but our first to Angsana Ihuru. For us, it was a very authentic experience and just what we were wanting from our holiday. It benefits from being a speedboat journey so no waiting for a further plane transfer although the flip side to this is you so not get the remote feeling as you do in other Atolls. There are very occasional planes high overhead and you do see a hefty sprinkling of Male nighttime lights plus nearby resorts all visible (Banyan Tree, Baros and much further away Hufaven Fushi and Bandos). But this is merely aesthetic. The other more significant aesthetic issue is the beach erosion suffered during 2019/2020 which has required vast quantities of sandbags all around the island to stop total erosion of the beaches. No doubt the beach will reform over the years as the winds blow a little kinder on the future. Villas 25-33 do currently have lovely beaches in front. For us , we really like the short beach as it meant the sea was little early a few steps from our villa. The reef is much healthier than many in the Maldives with wonderful regrowth the of corals following the recent bleaching events of 2016. Snorkelling was consistently good with fish life including many reef sharks and turtles. Nearby dive sites also offered a wider variety that befits going to 18m+ depth that you just don’t see at surface level. The food was wonderful; buffet breakfast, great value bar lunches and 4 course evening meals. As we were HB, we cannot comment on the standard lunches offered in the central dining area. All the staff are attentive without ever feeling overbearing. The head chef is very visible and the reception is manned 24 hours a day so any issues are easily discussed. Drones are banned and every guest is told this upon arrival. All bathrooms are partially open-air - thank goodness as it makes using drones utterly unacceptable. Nevertheless, certain people always feel they are above such rules and when one couple got their drone out, management were there within 5 mins politely but firmly stopping the drone from being used. (Hallelujah!) Due to the corona virus , guests in March 2020 were predominantly German and Russian with a handful of Brits and French. It is not a resort that is suitable for children or babies as there is not enough space or any activities to occupy children. Maybe the resort could benefit from marketing itself as child free (next door resort Banyan Tree has more space to take children) as we really noticed one family who were letting their children run around the restaurant during dinner, which is ostensibly a very grown up time with quiet candlelit suppers next to the sea. Other people’s children tearing around does not befit a serene resort which serves up very grown up meals. (Most children who’d struggle with the menu. )Another family had a baby which was squawking a bit and with it being such a small resort, my husband and I didn’t think we could move tables as the squawking could be heard throughout the dining area. The rooms were lovely. Rather dark at times with a complicated number of light switches operating coloured lights that didn’t particular offer up much light. Beds were pretty comfortable. We swapped rooms after one night and the first bed I think had a mattress topper and was noticeably more comfortable than our second bed, but still the beds were pretty good. Previously on other resorts we have found the beds extremely poor but happy to say we did like the Ihuru mattresses. Very important to have good mattresses ! There was live music in the bar several nights a week which was wonderful. Lovely, not too loud and really made sitting in the bar after dinner very special. To date we have never wanted to repeat a resort in the Maldives but Ihuru could definitely be one to break the mold for us and we will very much consider returning in 2021. The staff and other guests were all very friendly and we had a fantastic holiday at Angsana Ihuru. No airs and graces - just a tiny Maldivian island with excellent food and snorkelling.
We stayed the Heaven beyond Paradise.
Staying in Angsana Ihuru has been the best vacation of our life. Catherine and the staff were all friendly and wonderful and always grateful for cleaning the room and garden. The great food by chef Ibrahim Zahir, especially the hot pot, was unforgettable. We snorkeled right in front of my cottage, and slowly traveled around the island for about an hour, encountering so many colorful fish and sharks, and occasionally sea turtles. The picnic lunch arranged by Sinon on a solitary island was so wonderful, beyond paradise, it was like heaven. After a lot of swimming, we were healed by a fine, gentle and powerful massage by Vita and Cindy. There is only one request. I want to take a shower when I return from the sea, so I want to ask you a hose and shower head attached to the tap in the garden. I primise I will work hard and earn money to get back to the Maldives!