Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa: Blind Dining

Fancy something different? Well, it’s about time you tried a “blind dining” experience at Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa for something truly once-in-a-lifetime. Here’s what you ought to know:

Blind Dining: The Experience

New for 2022, Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa has launched a 24-hour dining extravaganza. Yes, that’s right – 24-hours of feasting. The foodie adventure features a blindfolded gourmet dinner on the beach, champagne breakfast and more.

Blind Dining: What to Expect

Your Twenty four hours of food heaven starts with a cocktail and canapé pairing on the island's sugar-soft beach Рthink lapping waves and the most beautiful sunsets whilst you have a delicious fruity cocktail.

Once sufficiently merry, you'll be escorted to a private location on the beach and blindfolded! With senses heightened and flavours intensified, you will be treated to some 3-course banquet constructed from your favourite ingredients.

Just imagine: the sounds from the waves lapping in the shore, the sensation of the gentle breeze onto the skin and also the rubbing of sand between the toes – the only accompaniment to a sumptuous and sense-awakening dinner in the dark.

Blind Dining: The Next Day

The experience continues the next morning having a champagne breakfast, served inside your villa, for ultimate privacy. Then, you are able to have a stroll with the chef through Hadahaa's hydroponic garden where you will become familiar with relating to this innovative plant growing method and also the various edible specimens growing in the garden, before relishing a proper three-course gourmet lunch. After all that feasting, you might well need it.

Blind Dining: To complete it Off

You may then decide to work up an appetite again by exploring some of the Maldives' best snorkelling sites, or getting involved in a spot water sports at the Park Hyatt's private new water-sports island, before rounding off your culinary journey with afternoon tea over the sea in The Drift water villa. Seems like heaven, right?