Five short months since our last vacation here, we’re back again! The Dusit Thani is now becoming an established property, and while they have some way to still match the Four Seasons in terms of service and attention to detail, it’s still a great place to vacation in the Maldives.
We got a bit lucky with the weather, because it had rained solidly for a week before our arrival, and we brought some of the Dubai sunshine with us – the wind though, was still strong, making the water choppier than normal which made snorkelling a less than relaxing activity. This, however, led us to make the decision to do our scuba diving course (more in the next post on that).
The Maldives, as ever, is spectacular and we just loving coming back. The whole experience is just awesome as the sea taxi whisks you across the azure waters to a remote island which really feels like it’s in the middle of nowhere.
The Dusit’s great, but they need to be careful as their pricing is a bit ‘suspect’, and something I’ve covered in an earlier post. Provided that they keep their prices steadier, we will probably come back again.