Visitors of Grand Park’s are mostly couples and honeymooners but they also welcome many families. The park contains a collection of overwater villas with private access to the ocean and beautiful beach-front pool villas. That being said, It’s also a priority for Grand Park to make it more approachable for all kind of travellers including millennials. The island itself is actually quite small but yet it feels spacious and serene. For a nice sunset dinner we would recommend going to Breeze Poolside where the sky turns into the most beautiful purple, pink and orange tones when the sun is lowering. On special request, the restaurant can arrange a private dinner for a couple (or even a group) on the beach, which totally feels like a scene from a romantic movie!
VEN IN THE EVENING, WHEN EVERYONE WALKS BAREFOOT AND DRESSED UP TOWARDS ONE OF THE 3 RESTAURANTS, IT FEELS PEACEFUL.
For some topnotch dining you should head to the award-winning speciality restaurant “Firedoor” which is one of the top restaurants in Maldives. It’s settled over the water on the south of the island and baby sharks swim there regularly around. Together with great food, Grand Park Kodhipparu also offers different wellness treatments. Facials, skin treatments, massages; they have plenty options to choose from. Good to know; morning and evening yoga are complimentary for all guests at the yoga look-out deck.
The Maldives is famous for its stunning coral reefs, crystal clear water and lavish resorts. But over the years the island group has shifted from being a destination for the riches and honeymooners only, to an accesible destinations for families, friends and even backpackers.Tree&Salt