Sunday, 4 December 2016
Misha Prabhakaran - Antilog Vacations Maldives Review AVB0096229
Located in the scenic Huvahendhoo Island, the Lily Beach Resort & Spa has a grand landmark presence. The Lily is one of the best hotels to stay in Maldives. We heard some anecdotes that the hotel has reopened after a closure few years back and it has definitely been worth it. If you are staying here expect comfort of the highest kind. Though most objects and milieu in general are fairly basic, the staff and the service leave a special after effect. The room had a fancy option of a factory canteen coupled with elaborate furnishings which complimented the large room.
The menu was not very elaborate but tasty. Breakfast was the only minor disappointing aspect of our stay as the buffet was not always hot enough. The cook to arrange the eggs was frequently absent we felt the tuna could have been better cooked. The simple cereal, muesli, toast and marmalade came to our rescue and saved the day.
The travel desk by the restaurant arranges for sightseeing tours. The staff was very knowledgeable about the restaurants which had opened recently and gave us various Indian choices. They even informed us on which roads to choose as a few were closed and others were one way and moreover the timings changed from day to day.
The overwater Tamara Spa pavilions are intended to be a wildnest spa for the inner self, refreshing and rejuvenating spirit as well as our physical being. The exclusive glass ceiling in combination with the natural pebbles and exotic fragrances reflect the very spirit of spa. The tranquillity and privacy of the al fresco recline coupled with the gripping view of the azure lake helped us drift away into a realm of blissful happiness and total relaxation. Mandara’s special signature treatments also revitalised our body to a new level of tranquillity and self indulgence.