Fantastic location, decor and design; in particular the bar. Would love to return one day.
My only (serious) quibble was with the arrangement of seaplane transfers. We were staying elsewhere for 4 nights and at Dhigali for 4. We were given about 10 hours' notice of our flight times, overnight (i.e. we were notified at 8pm that we would be departing for our flight at 6.45am). This was terrible scheduling with a six month old baby - we were not yet packed and the baby was now asleep - but we couldn't get the flights changed because the airline office apparently closes within minutes of setting the next day's schedule.
In retrospect, the resorts knew we had a small baby and could have done something about this - either by booking us on a later flight in the first place, or simply by warning us that seaplanes are often scheduled for extremely early in the morning at very late notice, so that we knew to pack well in advance. We were booked onto the early flight by default because we were already in the Maldives (whereas other passengers would arrive later in the day on international flights) so, again, our scheduling was foreseeable for expert resorts to whom this is an obvious risk - while not necessarily being obvious to first time visitors. In the end we got only 3 hours sleep, trying to pack around a sleeping baby.
The good news for Dhigali is that it is our only criticism of our whole experience, and it is very easy to address - so I do hope they do that.