2 infinity pools (1 adults only, 1 family), children’s pool, kids' club, 2 spas*, tennis, fitness centre, yoga*, diving centre*, non-motorised watersports*, open-air cinema, Wi-Fi throughout

Restaurants & bars

First things first: Ithaa Undersea Restaurant. Far more than a restaurant, this is a true dining experience, 16 feet below the ocean. Pre-book a table and indulge with contemporary cocktails and delicious Maldivian-Western fusion dishes. Choose between the four-course set menu for lunch and the six-course set menu for dinner.

Back on Rangalifinolhu Island, The Atoll Market is the resort’s buffet offering, and even this boasts eight kitchens showcasing Japanese, Indian, Italian and Asian flavours on the beach under fragrant frangipani trees. Vilu sits at the lagoon’s edge, pairing contemporary Mediterranean fine dining with an extensive wine selection. The open-air Koko Grill is an exclusive candlelit affair with space for just 12 diners around a table on the beach. Experience Japanese-influenced live cooking and enjoy nine courses against the sounds of the sea.

Over water, the Mandhoo Spa Restaurant offers organic gourmet cuisine in accordance with the ‘five elements’, and the Sunset Grill specialises in freshly grilled produce, with dishes ‘from the land’ and ‘from the sea’ as well as a mustard menu!
The four bars include the intimate, volcanic sand-floored Cheese & Wine Bar featuring 101 of the world’s best cheeses, hand-picked by the resort’s Maître de Fromage, and there’s a further underground Wine Cellar for dégustation dinners hosted by the chef and sommelier.

The most sociable spot is the sand-floored main bar, Rangali Bar, offering modern cocktails, live music and daybeds perfect for lounging on. On Rangali Island, The Quiet Zone is an adults-only tented lounge on the beach, with a cocktail menu, light bites, romantic daybeds and chilled out music.

Spa & wellness

The Spa Retreat on Rangalifinolhu Island offers Elemis signature treatments. There are nine couples’ treatment rooms, five of which have a private steamroom, sauna and jet bath. There’s also a separate thatched-roof Overwater Spa, 50 metres offshore from Rangali Island. Three of the four treatment rooms have glass viewing floors down to the ocean below. After a treatment, head to the deck and relax in the open-air Jacuzzi – dolphins have even been spotted in the distance.

*Denotes local charge