Park Hyatt Maldives Free Breakfast Changes

Park Hyatt Maldives Free Breakfast Changes


The Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa offers a very nice breakfast, which was free to all guests on both paid and award stays during our stay last year. The Park Hyatt Maldives now charges for breakfast if you're on an award stay, unless you are a Hyatt Diamond member. Keep in mind that breakfast is complimentary if you book a paid Virtuoso reservation as a TravelSort Client. Breakfast (including buffets and in-villa dining) is also free at the Four Seasons Maldives at Landaa Giraavaru and the Four Seasons Maldives at Kuda Huraa as a Four Seasons Preferred Partner benefit if reserved with TravelSort

If you're wondering why it matters, let's just say the Park Hyatt Maldives breakfast, even though it's served a la carte and is not a buffet, is a great way to start the day and can be filling enough to serve as brunch, if you dine late morning. As nearly everything has to be imported long distances to get to this remote southern atoll, dining is expensive (think ~$30-$50 per person for lunch and ~$50-$100 per person for dinner) so daily free breakfast can save you a fair amount on a week long stay. See Park Hyatt Maldives Costs and Cost Saving Tips

Breakfast always starts with a 3 tiered assortment of fresh fruit (my favorites were the passion fruit and apple bananas), tuna mushuni roti, and house baked pastries:

Park Hyatt Maldives Free Breakfast Changes - 3 Tiers of Fruit, Tuna Mushuni Roti, Pastries


There are fresh squeezed juices: orange, pineapple, watermelon and apple, and we enjoyed mixing and matching. Fortunately, our servers were never fazed by our requests for an orange juice, an orange pineapple juice, and a watermelon pineapple apple juice.

After trying a few different things, my favorite soon became the Maldivian tuna curry with roshi and omelet:

Park Hyatt Maldives Free Breakfast Changes - Maldivian Tuna Curry


My husband usually ordered bircher muesli, berry yogurt, and a waffle:

Park Hyatt Maldives Free Breakfast Changes - Berry Yogurt and Bircher Muesli


Park Hyatt Maldives Free Breakfast Changes - Waffles


And the munchkin also liked the berry yogurt and waffle, although sometimes he got pancakes:

Park Hyatt Maldives Free Breakfast Changes - Pancakes



Do Hyatt Platinum Gold Passport Members and Non-Members Receive Free Breakfast on Award Stays?

No; only Hyatt Diamond Gold Passport members receive free breakfast on award stays.


What If I Made An Award Reservation Before the December 2013 Change?

If you made your award reservation before December 2013, you will have breakfast included, regardless of Hyatt elite status. 


Do Hyatt Platinum Members and Non-Members Receive Free Breakfast on Paid Stays?

Yes, everyone receives free breakfast if they are staying on a paid rate.


What About Cash & Points Stays–Do Hyatt Platinum and Non-Members Receive Free Breakfast on These Stays?

No, Cash & Points stays are considered award stays, so there is no free breakfast unless you have Hyatt Diamond elite status.

How Much Does Breakfast Cost If Staying on an Award Reservation?

Breakfast is $30 + tax and service charge per person for adults, and $15 + tax and service charge for kids under 12 years old.


Is the My Elite Rate the Best Paid Rate for Hyatt Platinums and Non-Members to Use to Have Breakfast Included?

It depends on the stay length. For a stay of 5 nights or fewer, most likely, yes. For stays of 6-7 nights, we offer a wholesale rate that includes breakfast and airport transfers that is cheaper than the My Elite rate and, as with all paid rates, includes breakfast.

If you've enjoyed a free breakfast at the Park Hyatt Maldives, what was your favorite dish from the breakfast menu?

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