COMO Cocoa Island

Makunufushi South Malé Atoll Replublic of Maldives

COMO Cocoa Island

price from $400 /Room/Night

General Information

COMO Cocoa Island is an intimate private Maldives island resort with 33 overwater suites allowing you to slip right into the turquoise lagoon to explore an exceptional house reef. Encircled with powder white sand, the carefree, understated luxury experience includes holistic wellness treatments at COMO Shambhala Retreat, South Indian-influenced cuisine and worldclass diving.

Rooms

• Maximum Occupancy : 2
• Is Child Allowed : YES
• Is Infant Allowed : YES

With private sundecks and full-length windows overlooking the Indian Ocean, these Maldives villas bring the outside in. A dramatically elevated loft sequesters a king-sized bed while downstairs on the main level a large and airy sitting area doubles up as a sleeping area for kids. The main bathroom features a double vanity, seperate bath and shower, and a secluded outdoor shower with steps into the sea.

 


 Loft Villas (123sq m/1,324sq ft): Our Loft Villas offer a spacious living area with full length windows overlooking the

lagoon. The loft area is fitted with a king sized bed and en suite. The main bathroom features a double vanity, separate

bath and shower, and a secluded outdoor shower with steps into the sea. Loft Villas also have a large private sun deck. 


AMENITIES

  • Private sundeck with loungers and dining table
  • Bathtub and separate shower stall
  • Air conditioning and antique colonial ceiling fan
  • Private bar and snacks
  • Coffee/tea making facilities (Nespresso machine)
  • 42” LCD/plasma satellite TV
  • DVD Player
  • In room safe
  • International direct dial telephone
  • Wi-Fi Internet access
  • iPod docks

• Maximum Occupancy : 2
• Is Child Allowed : YES
• Is Infant Allowed : YES

Among Maldives beach resorts, our eight split-level suites stand out for the generous indoor seating area with a Balinese day-bed, large bathroom and private terrace allowing for easy access to the lagoon’s warm waters. Light floods in, the ‘dhoni’-style boat design—the suite doesn’t float but is rather fixed to the lagoon—making you feel as if it’s just you and the sea.