NewsFebruary 26, 2024

Milaidhoo Maldives Secures Dual Gold Accolades in Sustainability and Technology

Milaidhoo Maldives announced that its breathtaking Two-Bedroom Ocean Residence with Private Pool has been bestowed with two prestigious accolades: the esteemed Gold 2024 Sustainability Award and the Gold 2024 Technology Award by Elite Traveler, the eminent beacon guiding ultra-high-net-worth (UHNW) individuals through the opulent tapestry of global luxury living.

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Milaidhoo, gifted to be located in the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve of Baa Atoll, embodies sustainability at its core. The island resort’s commitment to environmental preservation is unwavering, as evidenced by its innovative conservation practices and eco-conscious operations. From pioneering marine conservation initiatives to adopting renewable energy solutions, Milaidhoo continually strives to minimise its ecological footprint while maximising guest experiences.

Simultaneously, Milaidhoo seamlessly integrates technology into its offerings, enhancing guest comfort and convenience without compromising the laid-back island lifestyle. By leveraging technological advancements, the resort ensures a harmonious balance between modernity and tranquility, offering guests a sanctuary where comfort coexists with sustainability.

Mr. David Castaño, General Manager of Milaidhoo Maldives, expressed his profound pride in receiving these prestigious accolades, stating, “This recognition reflects the unrivalled commitment of the Milaidhoo family to maintaining the highest standards of sustainability and technological innovation. We are deeply honoured to be recognised by Elite Traveler and remain dedicated to providing our guests with unparalleled experiences that harmonise luxury, sustainability, and technological advancement.”


Milaidhoo can easily be reached by a 30-minute seaplane flight from the international airport in Male’ or a 15-minute domestic flight to Dharavandhoo domestic airport in Baa Atoll, followed by a 15-minute speedboat ride to the private island resort.