After a five-hour flight from London to the Maldivian capital, Male, another one was waiting – half an hour. This time flew by like an instant, and two emerald islands appeared on the seaplane’s porthole, on which the Conrad Maldives Rangali Island resort is located.
On the main island, Rangali Finolu, there are spacious villas with private beaches, a spa and several water villas. On another island, Rangali, a bridge was laid five hundred meters long, along which lonely villas lined up in the
ocean. They are intended only for guests without children, and this part of the quiet zone is called. There is absolute peace and quiet here.
Sunset Water Villa villas in the Maldives were recognized as the best in this category.
The real pride of the resort is the world’s first underwater residence Muraka. It is located at a distance from the main island, it has its own mooring for the yacht and the hydrodrome, and for the movement of guests on land, personal buggies are used. The inhabitants of this residence may not even leave its limits. Here, too, everything is thought out for a secluded pastime.
Residence Muraka can accommodate up to nine guests.
In the underwater part, five meters deep into the ocean, there is a bedroom, a living area and a bathroom. Everywhere panoramic windows through which you can watch the amazing life of marine life. A spiral staircase leads to the upper, above-water level, where, in addition to the living room, there is another bedroom, bathroom, gym, dining room and kitchen.
The underwater part of the residence is located at a five-meter depth,
and a curved acrylic dome creates a panorama that allows you to admire the coral reef
By the way, guests are often invited to the residence of the chef, who prepares on-site dishes from the menu of any resort restaurant.
Underwater restaurant Ithaa
Gourmet Conrad Maldives Rangali Island is a real paradise: they have a wine cellar, a cheese bar, the first Chinese restaurant Ufaa, where, if desired, under the guidance of chef Jeremy Leong, you can try your hand at the skill of cooking dumplings or noodles according to recipes from the Middle Kingdom. The bars serve refreshing cocktails created by the famous British mixologist Grant Collins.
The menu of the open restaurant Mandhoo Spa was developed by Australian nutritionist Jessica Sepel
Those who adhere to the principles of healthy nutrition will be interested to know that there is a separate island in the resort, where, as part of a mission to preserve natural resources, they grow greens in hydroponics. Fresh lettuce, mint, and local chilli are used to treat Maldivian culture evenings, which take place every Monday.
Japanese Restaurant Koko Grill
To help outdoor enthusiasts created a special guide Conrad 1/3/5. Guests find a lot of offers in it – to explore the starry sky, do yoga, tennis, snorkel along the coral reef, or go to meet with marine life – whale sharks or manti.
Admire the sunset at Conrad Maldives Rangali Island taken on a yacht drifting along the islands. Bright moments from this walk, as well as rest at the resort, will be remembered for a long time.