Friday, August 11, 2023


"A celebrity island retreat for everyone"

Reethi Rah sticks to its own One&Only style. Purposefully not ‘trendy’ yet brought up to the highest level of luxury, focused on serving its customers the kind of experience you’d be hard-pressed to find anywhere else in the Maldives.

 Perhaps no other luxury resort here affords its guests so much space and privacy—and quite as many attractions. You could stay here for a month and not get bored.


The island is packed with facilities: there are two flood-lit tennis courts, football, and volleyball pitches, a state-of-the-art fitness club, and of course a water sports center, very well equipped and provides all manner of activities. There is even a golf course, albeit only in the form of a simulator (which doubles as a private cinema). The range of attractions for children is second-to-none, and the beautiful spa is maybe the largest and most comprehensive in the Maldives.

Dining options start from the monumental main restaurant where we’d go for lavish breakfasts, to informal beach-side Fanditha with its Middle Eastern delights (the beach bar here is the best spot for sundowners) and—our favorite—the Japanese-themed Tapasake restaurant.


The guest accommodation takes the resort experience to another level. The beach villas, carefully arranged around twelve picture-perfect beaches, enchant with extra seclusion and space. Set widely apart and sheltered by dense tropical vegetation, they offer more than plenty of space and privacy. We also stayed in a Water Villa, which had a multi-level deck surrounded by lounging nets, spread over blue shallows.

Villa interiors follow the elegant and glamorous style found throughout the resort: a kind of polished luxury chic, which goes well with the high-tech equipment and massive decadent terrazzo baths in the villas.

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