Embudu has four categories of bungalows:
- Simple beach bungalows without air conditioning
- Superior bungalows with air conditioning, minibar.
- Water bungalows with air conditioning, minibar and TV
According to our taste, the water bungalows with their white painting are clearly the ugliest buildings on the island. However, they are spacious inside and have an illuminated glass back. Unfortunately, the balconies are narrow and do not even have direct access to the sea.
The beach bungalows are all a little bit relegated, so that you can't see them from the sea. This gives Embudu a Robinson-like look, you really have the feeling of coming to a lonesome island.
Since the resort (year of construction 1979) is a little older, the bungalows no longer meet today's standards. They are set up as terraced houses, rather small and dark inside. They also do not have any semi-open bathrooms, as is customary in the Maldives. But Embudu is also an inexpensive island and you have to accept some concessions in this respect. It didn't bother us much, as we were only for sleeping in the bungalow anyway.
The main buildings make a tidy impression throughout. It's just a pity that the restaurant and bar are tiled. We'd rather have a sandy bottom.