Dhigali Maldives has opened a new beach bar located at the east beach of the resort.
The island of Dhigali is a 40-minute journey by seaplane from Malé Airport. It takes 1 hour and 10 minutes to get to the island from Ifuru/Dharavandhoo Airport, including a transfer by speedboat. The resort is corralled by 20 Beach Bungalows and 33 Deluxe Beach Bungalows to the south, and 62 Beach Villas which line the north and southwestern beaches. Guests can spend their days relaxing outside in the private deck’s day-bed or opt for one of the 21 Beach Villas with Pool which includes a private plunge pool overlooking the sparkling Indian Ocean.
Dining experiences at Dhigali are innovative and authentic, with the style and atmosphere of each restaurant reflecting the cuisine. There is a particular focus on fresh Asian dishes, including the specialist Asian restaurant Battuta. Capers is the main restaurant, whilst there is also an upscale Deli, all-day dining at Jade, and freshly grilled meats and fish at Faru. At sunset, guests can make their own way to the upper level of Haali sunset bar with a cocktail in hand.