I recently published an extended review of the Park Hyatt Maldives, but want to focus on one aspect of my stay that was most surprising: the food.
When I envisioned a private island so far secluded from even Malé that it required two flights and a boat to get to, I was not expecting culinary delights to await me. Heck, the resort even has its own time zone. I figured the food would be fine…but pale in comparison to the white sand clear water.
While the resort and its grounds were as beautiful as expected, I was simply blown away by the food. It was delicious. All of it. All the time.
Breakfast was a delight every morning, with baked goods worth of a German Bäckerei, ripe and fresh fruit, superb coffee, and a host of wonderful dishes from around the world.
But the best of the best was the fish. Dish after dish, night after night, my wife and I quickly agreed…we’ve never had fish that tasted this fresh.
The Hyatt Maldives is not for everyone…it certainly takes serious effort to reach. But once here, you are going to be very well-fed. In fact, like my wife and me, you may just have the freshest fish you’ve ever tasted. So go for the beauty, go for the seclusion, and go for the fish!
How did you find the Park Hyatt Maldives dining experience?
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