From its personalized service and sophisticated cuisine to its distinctive design, authentic culture and calming spa, Cocoa Island Resort works hard to tailor the experience to your needs. Also can orchestrate customized cruises to neighboring islands and beaches; plan private dinners at secluded locations; arrange yoga, diving or snorkeling; and create adventures for families travelling together.
- Free cooked-to-order breakfast and WiFi
- 33 guestrooms
- On the beach
- Restaurant and bar/lounge
- Full-service spa
- Outdoor pool
- 24-hour fitness center
- Beach umbrellas
- 24-hour business center
- Airport shuttle
- 24-hour front desk
- Air conditioning
Along with sandy beaches, clear waters, and breathtaking sunsets, a wide range of activities, including fishing, yoga, windsurfing, and snorkeling, are also available. All together, the restaurant, which uses only organic food and blends Indian and Sri Lankan traditions to emphasize seafood, changes its menu daily. Due to making your reservation at COMO Cocoa Island, please proceed to our secure online booking form.
Furthermore resembling a collection of Keralan boathouses, the individual over-water villas have soothing white-on-white interiors and teak flooring to create an ambience of laid-back romance. As a result the scuba diving here is terrific, and after an afternoon of reef watching you can soothe away any aches and pains in the world-class Como Shambhala spa.
Low season room rates from £8,750 for 14 nights’ b&b, rising to £10,300 in high season. Prices, which exclude international flights, are based on two sharing.
Most of all the style of COMO Cocoa Island is like that of no other luxury hotel in the Maldives. With a uniquely local aesthetic, the resort’s 33 suites and villas are inspired by the gently curving wooden forms of the local ‘dhoni’ fishing boats.
In addition, each bungalow, connected by a sinuous planked walkway, sits offshore and overhangs the lagoon. Built of New Zealand pine with Kajan thatched roofs, each suite has high raftered ceilings and glossy teak floors. Floor-to-ceiling windows open to substantial decks, blurring the line between inside and out.