Cheval Blanc Randheli

Maldives | Indian Ocean & Africa

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Words don’t do justice to this magnificent Maldives island retreat  

An intimate and contemporary haven on the unspoiled Noonu Atoll, just 40 minutes north of Malé, Cheval Blanc Randheli is a true sanctuary. Breath-taking surroundings combine with elegant and refined architecture to create a luxurious experience like no other. An exceptionally personal service approach rounds off the resort, guaranteeing an unforgettable stay for everybody.

Rates
Price on request – contact a member of the Vladi Private Islands team for further information.

Location
Located just 40 minutes to the north of the Maldivian capital of Malé, Cheval Blanc Randheli is ensconced within the crystalline waters of the Noonu Atoll, an unspoiled island chain famed for its silky-soft beaches and enviable water clarity.

Accommodation
Cheval Blanc Randheli is home to 45 beautifully appointed loft-style villas. Home to spacious living rooms, light-filled bathrooms and opulent sleeping quarters with double dressing rooms and an adjoining powder room, every single one of the resort’s villas is a true tropical retreat. Merging seamlessly into the surrounding environment, the opulent abodes also feature a 12.5m private infinity pool and dining pergola as well as either a private beach, spacious overwater decks or dedicated gardens.

The stand-out cottage is without a doubt the Owner’s Villa – an architectural masterpiece accessible from its own private berth and jetty. Offering lavish private spaces, a dedicated team and exclusive facilities including its own spa, oversized outside pool and fleet of dhonis, The Owner’s Villa is quite simply the epitome of island living.  

Dining
Guests will be spoilt by a delicious variety of dining experiences, including romantic dinners on the beach, mid-morning bites by the pool or even a decadent afternoon tea in the company of the island’s own master boulangers and pâtissiers. The island’s five restaurants offer a more formal surrounding, promising high-class cuisine from all corners of the globe. Top tips include The Diptyque, a live-cooking theatre serving a tantalizing combination of the modern Japanese dishes and Iberian gastronomy and The 1947 – a chic restaurant which focuses on fine French cuisine, courtesy of the three times Michelin-star winning chef Yannick Alléno.

Activities
Surrounded by the pristine waters of the Indian Ocean, it goes without saying that a whole host of watersports are at the guests’ disposal. But Cheval Blanc Randheli is more than just scuba and snorkelling… The island itself is home to high-tech sports and entertainment facilities, with excellent amenities on hands for toddlers, teens and big kids too. As if that wasn’t enough, a team of experience designers are available to create bespoke activities for every guest. Memories are made of this.

Best Time To Travel
The dry season, extending between December and April, promises the best of the weather, with low humidity, low levels of precipitation and a few extra hours of sunshine. Divers should consider the so-called transition months of November to April, where water clarity is at its best; guaranteeing great visibility for sub-marine adventures.

How To Get There
Travel in style on Maldives’ most glamorous private transfer at Cheval Blanc Randheli. Upon arriving at Malé International Airport, guests will be whisked away by the resort’s sleek 9-seater Twin Otter De Havilland seaplane. Flying high above the unforgettable atolls, reclining within the signature taupe Italian calf leather seats of your private airplane - there’s no better way to start your vacation.

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