One&Only Reethi Rah

Maldives | Indian Ocean & Africa

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Perfect island holiday? Spend it like Beckham!

Surrounded by the wonders of the crystal blue ocean, this superb all-villa resort offers an unrivalled level of style, choice and personalised exploration. Sleek and spectacular, with unprecedented privacy, One&Only Reethi Rah inspires extraordinary journeys for the soul. Set on one of the largest islands in North Malé Atoll, adorned with endless white sand coves and turquoise bays, all villas enjoy beautiful ocean views and direct access to the lagoon. One&Only Reethi Rah offers the ultimate holiday experience to those seeking the pinnacle of tropical luxury. Nowhere else in the Maldives is there a resort with this much space and exclusivity.

Rates
From EUR 605 per night for the Beach Villa, incl. breakfast.
From EUR 941 per night for the Water Villa, incl. breakfast.

Location:
One&Only Reethi Rah is just 35 km (22 miles) from the airport at Malé, the capital of the Maldives. A 50-minute luxury cruise aboard the One&Only yacht brings guests directly to the resort located on one of the largest islands in the North Malé Atoll.
The 26 atolls comprising the Maldives stretch from 600 km (373 miles) southwest of Sri Lanka across the equator, covering an area of the Indian Ocean the size of Portugal. Of 1,190 islands just 200 are inhabited, while an additional 90 have been transformed into resorts.

Accommodation:
One&Only Reethi Rah is home to private villas discreetly placed along the shore. The 98 Beach Villas lie secluded among lush tropical greenery, and 32 Water Villas are set above the clear, protected waters of the lagoon. Among the largest resort villas in the world, each villa is detached, expansive and equally luxurious.
The Beach Villas have an interior space of 79 sqm (850 sq ft) and a veranda. Thirty of them have an own pool and a large veranda/pool deck. In addition, 3 Grand Beach Villas with Pool with an interior space of 157 sqm (1,690 sq ft) are available.
The 30 Water Villas offer 79 sqm (850 sq ft) of living space, while the 2 Grand Water Villas encompass 157 sqm (1,690 sq ft) plus a covered and an uncovered terrace.

Dining:
Whether eating in casual wear beside the beach or more formally dressed in the main restaurant, guests enjoy a level of service that is unsurpassed in tropical island resorts. Reethi Restaurant frames the natural beauty all around and the stunning cuisine, impeccable service and low-key ambience within. An eclectic menu fuses flavours from Asia-Pacific and the Mediterranean into a light, contemporary cuisine. Floor-to-ceiling glass screens reveal the "open-concept" show kitchen, and a walk-in wine room with an extensive collection doubles as a private dining room for special events. The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Tapasake is an over-water venue combining incredible sunset views with contemporary Japanese cuisine. For the purist, daily deliveries from Tokyo and Osaka coupled with the chef's hand-picked ingredients ensure that sushi and sashimi meet the highest standards. Tapasake's menu features superb fish and seafood, fresh from the Indian Ocean. In addition to a selection of premium sakes, the wine list concentrates on the world's best Rieslings, currently taking wine critics by storm. Tapasake serves dinner only.

Fanditha is an exotic, boho-chic beachside spot serving a Middle Eastern influenced menu of mezzehs, chargrills and salads – accompanied by the finest selection of chilled rosés and champagnes. Guests laze on divan-style bolsters and Arabic carpets, on bamboo loungers or in woven hammocks. On selected evenings, there are late-night parties under the stars, creating a chill-out ambiance amidst chandeliers dangling from trees. Open for sunset cocktails and dinner only.

Located next to the main pool, Rah Bar features an all day menu of healthy salads, wraps, snacks, low-fat smoothies made with exotic fresh fruits and vegetables, a variety of waters and a fresh juice station. With the fall of evening, Rah Bar is transformed into a vibrant cocktail bar with live music, cool martinis, tropical cocktails, sparkling champagne and a fine collection of vintage rums from the Indian Ocean and Caribbean islands.

An extensive villa dining menu is available 24 hours a day, and includes such treats as personal beach barbecues. A team of Villa Chefs is on call to create exquisite menus for dining in privacy.

Attire:
Attire on the island is casual during the day, with guests wrapped in sarongs or kaftans and barefoot in the sand. Guests are asked to wear bathing suit cover-ups and shoes or sandals in the restaurants and bars. Island chic is the keynote for evenings and smart casual resort attire is required.

Activities:
Banana and tube rides*
Bowls
Canoes
Cycling
Deep-sea fishing*
Fitness Centre – featuring state-of-the-art, innovative TechnoGym equipment, including the very latest Kinesis Bodycentric training system, all supervised by highly qualified resident trainers
Football (soccer)
Jogging tracks
Kayaks
Parasailing*
Paddle boats
Sailing* and Catamarans
Scuba diving (Nitrox, rebreather and night diving, PADI dive centre)*
Snorkelling
Tai Chi*
Tennis – two synthetic grass courts, lit for night play
Volleyball
Windsurfing

*Non-complimentary activities.

Spa:
Located in a secluded area of the resort with expansive relaxation lawns and manicured gardens, One&Only Spa commands an impressive space of 9,500 sqm (102,250 sq ft) with spectacular views of the ocean.
Natural and healing therapies are provided in eight luxurious treatment villas, each nestled beneath its own thatched roof and uniquely designed to form a soothing natural environment with exquisite finishes of Batu Chandi stone surrounding the terrace platform. Two over-water double treatment suites are an enticing retreat for couples. Customized treatments are based on Ayurvedic traditions infused with Western luxuries.
It is an all-encompassing experience with swirling vitality pools, crystal steam rooms, saunas and stimulating ice fountains. Lifestyle showers create a refreshing burst of tropical rain, and healthy spa cuisine and beach-side relaxation pavilions complete the journey.

Kids Only:
The complimentary KidsOnly programme has its own clubhouse with a team of dedicated and fully-certified supervisors, its own pool, indoor entertainment facilities and dining area. Available from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., kids from four to eleven years old can enjoy a wide array of fun and educational activities, including cooking lessons, evening shows, tree planting, Maldivian dance lessons and a variety of sports and excursions.

Children under four are welcome but must attend with a parent or guardian. Babysitters can be provided 24 hours a day by the resort at a fee. Designated staff provide a personal service for the twelve- to seventeen-year-olds helping them connect and socialise with new friends from around the world in a fun environment. They can enjoy a wide variety of programme options in a designated area including sports, nature, adventure and local excursions.

Best Time to Travel:
The Maldives has a tropical climate, with two main seasons. December to May is light and fairly dry. June to November occasionally brings brief rain showers followed by sunshine. The temperatures range from 24 to 35 °C (77 to 95 °F) and are highest in April and May.

How to Get There:
Malé International Airport has direct flights from Austria, France, Germany, Italy, India, Japan, Malaysia, Netherlands, Qatar, Singapore, Sri Lanka, United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom.

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