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  • Reethi Rah Beach Villas

    Reethi Rah Beach Villas

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    Room facilities:Air Condition, Minibar, Safety Deposit Box, Telephone, TV, WiFi

    Secluded by lush tropical greenary, and occupying their own stretch of sandy shore, Beach Villas provide direct views of the turquoise ocean and access to a private beach.

    Discreetly spaced along the water’s edge, shrouded in foliage for unrivalled privacy, 36 stylish Beach Villas open onto an expansive veranda with a stretch of private beach.

    AVAILABLE IN ALL VILLAS

    • Concierge and Villa Valet
    • Unpacking / packing luggage service
    • Garment pressing service upon arrival, one per guest and one per stay
    • Fresh fruit daily
    • Bottled mineral water
    • Selection of teas and espresso
    • One&Only beach tote
    • Laundry for children 2 years and under
  • Reethi Rah Grand Sunset Residence

    Reethi Rah Grand Sunset Residence

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    Room facilities:Air Condition, Minibar, Safety Deposit Box, Telephone, TV, WiFi

    Pristine and private on the most impressive beachfront setting, this exceptionally lavish living space is comprised of two separate villas. In addition to well appointed living and dining spaces, the two-bedroom villa includes a King-size master bedroom and second bedroom with two Queen-size beds, each with luxurious bathrooms complete with large soaking tubs and rain showers.

    The second Beach Villa is equally as indulgent, with its own expansive bathroom, indoor and outdoor showers and private veranda. Together they share a stunning private swimming pool measuring 50m² / 538ft², unique outdoor living and dining areas that invite the delectable creations of a private Chef, and private, direct access to the lagoon.

    Maximum occupancy: Sleeps up to nine adults; or six adults and four children.

    EXCLUSIVELY FOR GRAND SUNSET RESIDENCE

    • 2,487m² of private beachfront luxury
    • Private road and entrance with gated access
    • Welcome cocktail and bottle of champagne
    • Fully equipped kitchen with outdoor dining area
    • Espresso machines and kettle
    • Customised private bar
    • Wine Cellar
    • Daily Breakfast in villa by private Chef
    • Private Chef on call, 24 hours a day
    • Personal iPhone for local island communication
    • Two luxury private 4 seated buggies
    • Personal bikes for touring the island
  • Reethi Rah Water Villas

    Reethi Rah Water Villas

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    Room facilities:Air Condition, Minibar, Safety Deposit Box, Telephone, TV, WiFi

    With lofty wood beamed ceilings crowning beautiful interior spaces, Water Villas feature netted wrap-around hammocks suspended over the water on the outer rim of the deck allowing for breezy moments of relaxation.

    Sanctuaries of pure contentment and privacy perched above a turquoise lagoon.

    The tranquillity of the ocean, relished from the splendid comfort of gorgeous decks with wrap-around hammocks suspended over water. Perfect for sunbathing and stargazing.

    AVAILABLE IN ALL VILLAS

    • Concierge and Villa Valet
    • Unpacking / packing luggage service
    • Garment pressing service upon arrival, one per guest and one per stay
    • Fresh fruit daily
    • Bottled mineral water
    • Selection of teas and espresso
    • One&Only beach tote
    • Laundry for children 2 years and under

General

One & Only Reethi Rah is located in Maldives’ North Male Atoll. This luxurious tropical getaway overlooks the Indian Ocean and offers an infinity pool, free Wi-Fi and a peaceful private beach.

The elegant villas at One & Only Reethi Rah are situated either over the lagoon or by the beach and enjoy beautiful ocean views. Flat-screen cable/satellite TVs, iPod docks and DVD players can be enjoyed in all rooms.

Guests may enjoy massage treatments at One&Only Spa or rejuvenate with a game of tennis at the outdoor courts. The resort also has a beach club – One Tribe, catered to teenagers and KidsOnly, a spacious activity place for children facilitated by well-trained staff.

Built over the water, Tapasake Restaurant serves modern Japanese cuisine, while the beachside Fanditha Restaurant offers Middle Eastern food and champagne. Reethi offers Mediterranean cuisine. Other dining options include Rah Bar and 24-hour in-villa dining.

One & Only Reethi Rah is a 1-hour, 15-minute luxury yacht ride or a 45-minute speedboat ride from Male International Airport.

We speak your language!

Activities

one-and-only-reethi-rah-fitness-tennis-lessonsTENNIS
Enjoy a spectacular level of play on one of two floodlit courts. Private instruction is available with a professional coach.

EQUIPMENT
Tennis equipment is available upon request

HOURS
Courts open daily
8.00am to 12.00pm
4.00pm to 8.00pm


one-and-only-reethi-rah-art-classesTHE ARTIST STUDIO
Creative energies soar to new heights when life-long passions are pursued in paradise. Imagine learning to paint in the gallery of a renowned artist, or in the privacy of your own villa.

 


one-and-only-reethi-rah-climing-wall-1CLIMBING WALL
Five distinct rock climbing routes provide a fun and challenging experience for all ages.
The climbing wall comes fully equipped with a patented, auto-belay system (the safest patented automatic belay device on the market), a mechanical device (no power required) that keeps climbers safe and secure at all times.


one-and-only-reethi-rah-neo-boutique-1-720x450SHOPPING
One&Only Reethi Rah presents a new NEO Boutique with a striking level of chic collections. Sought-after latest resort collections from Melissa Odabash, Karma Design, Camilla, Mary Katrantzou, Issa London, 120% Lino, Missoni, Christian Louboutin, Sophia Webster, Stella McCartney and many more are available. The retail space makes clever use of natural wood with a slick black gloss, large glass show windows, wooden shelves, resulting in a rich, glamorous setting for shopping. Complete with a separate retail space for women’s collection and men’s, children’s – the boutique is an inviting place for a unique holiday shopping experience.


one-and-only-reethi-rah-golf-simulatiorGOLF SIMULATOR
Play on any one of 29 available golf courses, including world famous locations such as Pebble Beach and St. Andrews. Other options include a driving range and practice modes to help you work on your swing.

Parking

No parking available.

Check-in time

14:00

Check-out time

12:00

Children and extra beds

All children are welcome.
Free! All children under 2 years stay free of charge for children's cots/cribs.
The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 1.

Facilities

  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Telephone
  • TV
  • WiFi

Internet

Free! WiFi is available in all arePets are not allowed.as and is free of charge.

Pets

Pets are not allowed.

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Maldives

Maldives

Welcome to the Maldives, where sands are white as the smiles of the locals, where fish swim happily in the warm waters of the Indian Ocean, where the weather is a dream, and the deep rays of the sun waits to engulf you in their arms.

The Country

The Republic of Maldives is a group of atolls in the Indian Ocean about 417 mi (671 km) southwest of Sri Lanka. Its 1,190 coral islets stretch over an area of 35,200 sq mi (90,000 sq km). With global warming and the shrinking of the polar ice caps, the Maldives is directly threatened, as none of its islands rises more than six feet above sea level.

Maldives at a Glance

  • Official Name: The Republic of Maldives
  • Capital City: Male
  • Time: GMT + 5
  • Total Islands: 1,192
  • Inhabited Islands: 200
  • Resort Islands: 96
  • Population: Approximately 369 261
  • Currency: Rufiyaa

Getting Here

  •  Free 30 days Visa upon arrival for all visitors

What to Pack

  • The Maldives enjoy a sunny climate for the better part of a year. Hence, locals and visitors alike prefer to dress in lightweight clothes.

Things to Do
Find out the best things to do, places to go and activities to indulge yourself.

  • Water Sports
  • Scuba Diving
  • Indoor Sports
  • Outdoor Sports
  • Snorkeling

Sports & nature

  Music and Dance The Maldives boasts of a rich culture of music and dance. Some of the cultural music and dances can trace their roots to distant continents. Resort islands organize cultural performances to entertain their guests regularly during which you can observe islanders performing traditional music and dance items. One of the most famous Maldivian cultural displays which involve singing and dancing is called the "Bodu Beru". The Bodu Beru performers, numbering around 20 will be wearing traditional garb of sarongs and white sleeved shirts. Bodu Beru performance is guaranteed to make you sway along with the drumbeats. Other traditional music and dance items include; Dhandi Jehun, Langiri, Thaara and Gaa Odi Lava. Most of these items involve rhythmic music and dances using various cultural props. There are some cultural routines exclusively performed by Maldivian women. Bandiyaa jehun, Maafathi Neshun and Bolimalaafath Neshun. Some of these acts were designed to perform in the royal courts. Indian and Western music have also greatly influenced the musicians of the country. Frequently resorts host performances of local bands to enliven their guests.  

Nightlife info

  Life in Islands Traditionally the island communities were very close-knit. This togetherness is still prevailing in the small island societies. Accordingly men will be mainly engaged in fishery, carpentry and toddy tapping. Women were mainly engaged in household duties and raising families. Certain rituals and practices were followed in the islands on special occasions like weddings. Some of these rituals survive to this day. The advent of tourism in the 1970's accelerated the modernisation process of the country. Today an increasing number of women hold crucial positions within the public and private sector. As a result of economic growth, dramatic lifestyle changes were introduced. Music and Dance The Maldives boasts of a rich culture of music and dance. Some of the cultural music and dances can trace their roots to distant continents. Resort islands organize cultural performances to entertain their guests regularly during which you can observe islanders performing traditional music and dance items. One of the most famous Maldivian cultural displays which involve singing and dancing is called the "Bodu Beru". The Bodu Beru performers, numbering around 20 will be wearing traditional garb of sarongs and white sleeved shirts. Bodu Beru performance is guaranteed to make you sway along with the drumbeats. Other traditional music and dance items include; Dhandi Jehun, Langiri, Thaara and Gaa Odi Lava. Most of these items involve rhythmic music and dances using various cultural props. There are some cultural routines exclusively performed by Maldivian women. Bandiyaa jehun, Maafathi Neshun and Bolimalaafath Neshun. Some of these acts were designed to perform in the royal courts. Indian and Western music have also greatly influenced the musicians of the country. Frequently resorts host performances of local bands to enliven their guests.  

Culture and history info

The customs and social behavior of the Maldivians have been greatly influenced by the Indians, Sri Lankans, Arabs and North Africans who visited the Maldives while traversing through the trading routes of the central Indian Ocean. The Maldivian culture is rich and vibrant due to the infusion of various other cultural elements. Though Maldives was culturally influenced by other traditions, Maldivians have built and preserved an exclusive cultural identity. Accordingly the Maldivians converse using a language of their own; In 1153 AD Maldivians converted to Islam and the religion has transformed and introduced new fundamentals to the Maldivian culture. Folklore Maldivians inherited a treasure trunk of ancient mythology and folklore that was passed orally through generations. These myths cover fascinating stories on various aspects of island life. Since the islands are surrounded by sea, most folktales depict fearful sea demons and spirits that haunt the islanders. Life in Islands Traditionally the island communities were very close-knit. This togetherness is still prevailing in the small island societies. Accordingly men will be mainly engaged in fishery, carpentry and toddy tapping. Women were mainly engaged in household duties and raising families. Certain rituals and practices were followed in the islands on special occasions like weddings. Some of these rituals survive to this day. The advent of tourism in the 1970's accelerated the modernisation process of the country. Today an increasing number of women hold crucial positions within the public and private sector. As a result of economic growth, dramatic lifestyle changes were introduced. Music and Dance The Maldives boasts of a rich culture of music and dance. Some of the cultural music and dances can trace their roots to distant continents. Resort islands organize cultural performances to entertain their guests regularly during which you can observe islanders performing traditional music and dance items. One of the most famous Maldivian cultural displays which involve singing and dancing is called the "Bodu Beru". The Bodu Beru performers, numbering around 20 will be wearing traditional garb of sarongs and white sleeved shirts. Bodu Beru performance is guaranteed to make you sway along with the drumbeats. Other traditional music and dance items include; Dhandi Jehun, Langiri, Thaara and Gaa Odi Lava. Most of these items involve rhythmic music and dances using various cultural props. There are some cultural routines exclusively performed by Maldivian women. Bandiyaa jehun, Maafathi Neshun and Bolimalaafath Neshun. Some of these acts were designed to perform in the royal courts. Indian and Western music have also greatly influenced the musicians of the country. Frequently resorts host performances of local bands to enliven their guests. Craftsmanship Maldivians are known for being avid craftsmen. The intricate stone carvings found in the Friday Mosque in Male' is a living example of Maldivian craftsmanship. The mastery and inventiveness of Maldivians can be seen in lacquer works, mat weaving, coir rope making and calligraphy. Traditional dresses and ornaments profess the artistry and creativeness of Maldivian artisans. Such exceptional works can be acquired by visitors as souvenirs. A visit to the Maldives not only guarantees the best vacation of your lifetime, but it also gives you exposure to a great cultural experience.

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Dining

one-and-only-reethi-rah-maldives-reethi-restaurant-AquaNightREETHI RESTAURANT
Impeccable service and a low-key ambience create the perfect setting for a glorious fusion menu of Far Eastern, Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cuisines. Floor-to-ceiling glass screens reveal the ‘open-concept’ show kitchen, and a walk-in wine cellar housing an extensive collection of the world's greatest vintages doubles as a private dining room for special events.
Opening Hours
Breakfast: 7.00am to 11.00am
Dinner: 7.00pm to 10.30pm;
Reservations required only for buffet nights


one-and-only-reethi-rah-tapasake-teppanyakiTAPASAKE
Contemporary Japanese cuisine is served tapas-style with a modern twist, along with a selection of innovative sake cocktails. Regular deliveries from around the world ensure that Tapasake's sushi and sashimi meet the highest standards, whilst an innovative flair adds fascinating flavours to a variety of small plate dishes. Traditional sakes as well as a wine list highlighting an exciting collection of Rieslings and Pinot Noirs complement the food particularly well.

Tapasake's outdoor area offers an unrivalled atmosphere with four open-air Teppanyaki stations.

Opening Hours
Open for dinner only; reservations required
Saturday to Thursday
6.30pm to 10.30pm


one-and-only-reethi-rah-fanditha-middle-eastern-nightFANDITHA

On the far northern tip of the island, away from the main resort, guests laze on divan-style bolsters, Arabic carpets, bamboo loungers and woven hammocks. Amidst this chill-out ambience where chandeliers sway in the trees and sand soothes the toes, jackets and ties are not required. On select evenings, the sounds of live DJ entertainment fills the air at late-night parties under the stars.

Opening Hours
Open for dinner Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday; reservations required
7:00pm to 10.30pm

Open daily for Magical Hours
6:00pm to 8:00pm


one-and-only-reethi-rah-chefs-gardenCHEF'S GARDEN
Set amidst a gorgeous Orchid Garden, this inspiring restaurant invites al fresco dining on the bounty of a carefully cultivated organic garden as Chefs gather ingredients and prepare delicious wholesome feasts before your eyes. One&Only Reethi Rah is actively involved in sustainable organic and hydroponic agriculture, and ardently supports local artisanal growers and purveyors.

Opening Hours
Open for dinner on Sundays, Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays; reservations required
7.00pm to 10.30pm
Please note: open days are subject to change depending on the season and weather


one-and-only-reethi-rah-ocean-clubTHE BEACH CLUB AT CLUBONE
In addition to savouring the freshest selection of salads, seafood and grills from the luxuriant comfort of a sun bed, the Beach Club at ClubOne affords amazing views of the Indian Ocean. Here, guests enjoy a vibrant energy on the island's southernmost beach amidst an ambience enhanced by the chilled tunes of a Resident DJ all afternoon.

Opening Hours
Open daily for lunch only
12.30pm to 4.00pm


one-and-only-reethi-rah-rah-bar-starlight-grill-and-saxRAH BAR
Adjacent to the pool, Rah Bar offers an all day menu of healthy salads, wraps and snacks, as well as offers low-fat smoothies made with exotic fresh fruits and vegetables, and a variety of waters. As evening arrives, the venue transforms 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.

Opening Hours
Open daily: 9.00am until late
Lunch daily: 12.30pm to 7.00pm


one-and-only-reethi-rah-fanditha-barFANDITHA BAR
Fanditha means 'magic' in the lyrical language of the Maldives, and evenings at Fanditha Bar take on a truly surreal vibe. As breathtaking sunsets descend over the Indian Ocean, a boho-chic atmosphere envelops the night as guests laze on plush divans and Arabian carpets, nibbling on exotic mezzes and savouring tropical spirits.

Adding to the allure, Fanditha Magical Hour presents a special selection of 2-for-1 cocktails and wines.

Opening Hours
Open daily for Magical Hours
5:00pm to 7:00pm


one-and-only-reethi-rah-wine-tasting-720x450EPICURE
More than 500 labels from some of the world's finest wineries are on offer at One&Only Reethi Rah. Stored in two temperature-controlled walk-in wine cellars are more than 4,000 bottles from the famed regions of California, Bordeaux, Tuscany, Australia and South Africa. Our sommeliers are happy to assist in designing custom wine experiences.

The Wine Cellar doubles as a Private Dining Room and is ideal for special events and private get-togethers.

Opening Hours
Open daily
Dinner reservations required 24 hours prior
6.30pm to 10.30pm

Wellness

one-and-only-reeth-rah-sandbank-yoga (1)On the over-water Chi Pavilion or in the garden-shrouded Fitness Centre, elevate mind and body with yoga, meditation, Tai Chi and Pilates.

Private Sunrise Sandbank Yoga

Start your day right by joining us at sunrise for Yoga on a golden sandbank surrounded by crystal clear waters.

Balance and Harmony

Bring body and mind together with non-aerobic strengthening and toning programmes.