Written on: 27/05/2008 by Sianybear (1 review written)
I stayed at Kerudu back in 2005 and have just booked my honeymoon for November, returning to the Maldives - although not the same island.
We spent a fantastic 2 weeks there and although we had the basic rooms we were blown away by the standard of cleanliness and attention to detail, every time we went back to the room the bed had been made and remade. We were treated as a honeymoon couple then and were treated to a basket of fruit, champers, and a token for one of the al a carte resturants, and… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/05/2006 by mermaid75 (1 review written)
Although the Atoll Kuredu Island hotel was wonderful, if you are an experienced diver going to enjoy the magnificent diving (and it is fantastic!) DO NOT go to this island. We had planned two dives a day on the boat with an occasional night dive, and due to the treatment (we were quizzed on depth tables, asked to read information in German which we do not speak, asked to dive with maladjusted equipment etc), we only dove one day out of 12. This was a GREAT DISAPPOINTMENT and waste of a trip… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/01/2006 by rose hall (2 reviews written)
Kuredu Island is a fantastic place. Island never that crowed even tho nearly full. Lots of bars to choose from. Good service. Staff never hankering after tips. Have been to Kuramathi Island which we loved but prefer Kuredu especially for the diving on the house reef which you could do by yourself… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/10/2004 by jcro (2 reviews written)
Despite an annoying delay on the seaplane transfer, we were both impressed with Lhaviyani Atoll Kuredu Island when we arrived. The staff greeted us with drinks and a brief introduction, and then we walked to our beach bungalow. The beach bungalows are the basic accommodation but are clean with aircon and a fan, CD player and a coffee service. They are cleaned twice daily with fresh towels and sheets on request.
The Beach villa's and Water Villa's are really excellent.
Pool area is of a… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/07/2004 by debkat87 (1 review written)
Snorkling a must, his and hers massage well worth the money, as is the yacht Britt Cruise.
Beach villas in the 200's are the best, although we stayed in a water villa, which was delightful, if we went back we would save our money for the on beach experience.
Perfect honeymoon experience, provided you do not wish to be on a desert island, although you can keep yourselves pretty much to yourself if you want.
Lots to do, you will never get bored.
Will definitely return, without a doubt… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/02/2003 by John Smith. (1 review written)
Situated at the northernmost end of the Maldivian islands, Kuredu island resort is well worth the eleven hour flight from London and the three and a half hour speedboat ride to the island.(Alternative air taxi is available, 40 minutes flying time). A warm and friendly welcome awaits everyone who walks up the jetty to the main reception as you are met with a band playing drums and given a satisfying cool drink. The island itself has plenty to offer for everyone. Whether you have gone to relax or… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/11/2002 by sophie. (1 review written)
Great middle class Maldivian resort, exceptionally hard working and friendly staff, rooms are spotlessly clean and there is a great variety of multi national cusine. For divers, you have the advantage of being in an atol with few neighbouring islands, and because of that for every boat dive we did, we were the only boat at that site. Until the Maldives I had always thought that there so many place to see that I wouldn't go back to some where twice, now not only am I planning on going back to… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/07/2002 by Hoochfrog. (1 review written)
Kuredu Island is in the Northern most part of the Maldives, famous for its abundant fish life and with more than 3 km of white beaches and blue lagoons. Kuredu is Paradise on Earth! Situated on the northern reef of the Lhaviyani Atoll, 80 miles north of the Capital and 35 minutes by seaplane or 3 hours by boat from the airport.
The sort of place you could never tire of if, like me, you enjoy peace and tranquil surroundings, good food and couple of drinks at the end of the days scuba diving… Read Full Review
" Nice hotel on a nice island " Read More
" A stunning island " Read More
Written by plmy
" BAD ROOM EXPERIENCE! " Read More
" “If you want to stay at Maldives, it has to be here !!” " Read More
" I would like to start by saying "WOW" some people really do love to... " Read More