€73 - €170
|CHEAPEST CITY IN MALDIVES||Maafushi||35% cheaper||Hotels in Maafushi are the cheapest in Maldives at just €73 per night on average|
|MOST EXPENSIVE CITY IN MALDIVES||Malé||33% more expensive||Malé has the highest priced hotels in Maldives with rooms averaging €170 per night|
|MOST POPULAR CITY IN MALDIVES||Malé||61% more users visited||More momondo users search for hotels in Malé than any other city in Maldives|
If you’re planning on staying at any of momondo’s recommended hotels in the area of Maldives nearest to Male Fish Market, you should expect to pay around €130/night. This price fluctuates based on time of year. In general, a rate under €130/night is a good deal for momondo users staying near Male Fish Market. Hotels near Male Fish Market are typically 13% less expensive than the average hotel in Maldives, which is €150.
|Low season||January||cheapest month to stay|
|High season||March||most expensive time to stay|
|61%||expected price decrease|
|63%||expected price increase|
€166 - €1,134
|Cheapest day of week||Saturday||is the cheapest day of the week to book|
|Highest day of week||Sunday||is the most expensive day of the week to book|
|€175||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
|€639||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
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|Cinnamon Velifushi Maldives|
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The Maldives is home to beautiful natural atolls with turquoise waters, lush greenery, and thriving sea and beach life. There's no shortage of where you can stay in this archipelagic country located deep in the Indian Ocean. First, there's Kaafu near the capital city of Male. Kaafu is home to the North and South Male Atolls and beautiful seaside resorts. Kaafu is the most accessible place in the Maldives and is ideal for first-time visitors looking to stay at Maldives hotels and explore the country’s natural beauty. If you prefer a more laid-back stay away from the crowd, then you'll love staying in the capital city of Male, where you can find the best of everything on a budget. You can get to Kaafu or Male via a speedboat, speed plane, or ferry. Since the islands of Maldives are nestled close together, you can navigate them conveniently on foot. Otherwise, you can hail a taxi if you're caught in a thunderstorm and get a ride. In Male you can stay at hotels like the Somerset or the Sharon Maldives.
Located to the southwest of India and Sri Lanka, and with its utopian features, it's no wonder that the Maldives is the dream holiday destination for many. This tiny Asian island nation is naturally endowed with 26 natural atolls, turquoise waters, resorts, and beautiful sandy beaches. Its natural attractions comprise the kid-friendly Meeru Island in the North Male Atolls, where you can take your family on an adventure trip to witness spectacular marine life. If you'd like to explore Maldives' 26 natural atolls, start with the Ari Atoll, a short seaplane ride from Male and the most vibrant tourist zones. This expansive natural atoll features blue and turquoise waters, white sandy beaches, and rich marine life. Other notable landmarks include the Tsunami monument, the Sinamale Bridge, and the Grand Friday Mosque in Male, which is open to non-Muslim tourists. You can book cheap hotels in Maldives like the Sunrise Beach & Spa or Arena Beach Hotel in the nearby city of Maafushi.
Despite being a very religious nation, Maldives offers some exotic places for party animals and night revelers. Most clubs in the Maldives are found inside hotels on private islands. Otherwise, it's hard to find clubs in ordinary cities. Alcoholic drinks are also scarce because the Maldives is a dry country. Otherwise, for the best nightlife in the Maldives, go to the Somerset and Hard Rock Hotels in Male for original country music, good food, and drinks in plenty. In Maafushi, you'll enjoy a good time at the Rena Beach Hotel and Sunrise Beach Hotel. If you've ever fancied a good time underwater, the city of Huluwalu offers an underwater club called the Subsix. Inside the Subsix, enjoy great cocktails, a picturesque view of the sea with shoals of eels swimming past. Indulge in the unique seafood-based Maldives cuisine and a variety of traditional Asian dishes.
Maldives is also home to some ancient historical sites that tell the history of the county's natives and founding fathers. Most of these historical landmarks include Muslim monuments dating several centuries back. They include the Medhu Ziyaaraiy, tomb of renowned Moroccan professor Abdul Barakat, who is credited for having established Islam in the Maldives in the 12th century. Visit the Medhu Ziyaaraiy to learn about the legend of the sea demon and young virgin girls and how Barakat helped the natives slay the demon. Entry to the tomb is free. Next is the 17th-century Male Hukuru Miskiy, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. To get to this mosque, you'll need special permission from the government to visit the historical site although there is no entrance fee. Finally, the 900-year old Kongannu Cemetery, which holds the remains of Addu Atoll Muslims, is home to unique 18th century tombstones of ancient royal families, with each tombstone being a historical monument in itself. As you tour these places you can book affordable hotels in Maldives at Conrad Maldives Rangali or Kaani Beach Hotel in Maafushi. The best time to visit these landmarks is between November and April while the low season is between May-November.
The least expensive month to stay at a hotel in Maldives is July. On average, it only costs €24 per night in the month of July. Conversely, the most expensive month to visit Maldives is April.
While the country has many desirable locations to visit, the most popular city in Maldives to travel to is Guraidhoo.
Visiting and staying overnight in Malé will cost you a premium compared to the rest of Maldives. Expect to pay €72 per night, a rate that is about 11% more than the country’s average.
There are 1,606 operators available for hotels in Maldives as of November 2023.
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