Hilton’s luxury resorts in the Maldives Waldorf Astoria Maldives Ithaafushi and Conrad Maldives Rangali Island are ready to welcome travelers! Conrad Maldives Rangali Island is reopening to guests tomorrow, 28th September 2020. The Rangali island is recognized for its stunning white-sand beaches and an amazing underwater world.

From arrival to check-in and throughout their stay, guests can experience an elevated standard of cleanliness and sanitization at the luxury resorts. This is built upon Hilton’s high standards of housekeeping and hygiene, where hospital-grade cleaning products and upgraded protocols were already in place.

As a company which has delivered over a hundred years of hospitality, the wellbeing and safety of our guests and team members have always been our number one priority. In looking at how we can meet the evolving needs and preferences of our guests at the same time it is heartening to see the amount of effort our team members are putting in to ensure they are absolutely ready to provide their guests with complete assurance and peace of mind. Regardless of whether they choose to stay at Waldorf Astoria Maldives Ithaafushi or Conrad Maldives Rangali Island, I have every confidence our guests will create amazing new memories as they enjoy the level of Hilton hospitality that they have come to expect.

Paul Hutton, Vice President, Operations, Hilton, South East Asia said.

Having recently celebrated its first year since opening, the iconic Waldorf Astoria Maldives Ithaafushi offers guests a sense of elevated luxury in an exclusive tropical enclave. A plethora of activities for guests of all generations and a personal concierge service giving guests the freedom to create memories that last a lifetime awaits at Ithaafushi.

Designed to meet local environmental requirements and needs, every aspect of the resort has been guided by the natural setting and local architectural style, with a luxury edge. Upon arrival, guests are greeted by a breath-taking view of villas nestled within the sparkling Maldivian landscape, inspired by the island’s beauty, natural resources and local culture.

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Image: Waldorf Astoria Maldives Ithaafushi

The 119 all-villa resort, which was also recently awarded two notable titles in the coveted annual Travel + Leisure World’s Best Awards list, welcomes guests to a world of visionary design where elite travelers with a discerning eye will appreciate exquisite architecture and design that blends perfectly into the landscape.

For more information on Waldorf Astoria Maldives Ithaafushi, visit www.waldorfastoriamaldives.com.

Meanwhile, at Hilton’s Conrad Maldives Rangali Island is recognized for its stunning white-sand beaches and an amazing underwater world. A short seaplane ride away from Male international airport, the beautiful resort is situated in the midst of the Maldives’ best diving and snorkeling spots.

One-of-a-kind wedding venue
Image: Conrad Maldives Rangali Island

The inspirational island oasis nestled in the South Ari Atoll features 151 purposefully designed villas and suites, a true gourmet’s delight with a choice of 12 award-winning restaurants and bars, two spas and a selection of culturally inspired experiences and activities set against the awe-inspiring Maldivian surrounding.

underwater MURAKA
THE MURAKA
Image: Conrad Maldives Rangali Island

Guests planning a quiet getaway can enjoy an authentic Maldivian hideaway on Rangali Island while enjoying access to the facilities of the larger and livelier Rangali-Finolhu Island, which are linked by a 500-meter bridge. The resort boasts MURAKA: a first-of-its-kind, two-level residence with a master bedroom submerged over 16 feet below sea level. “MURAKA” translated to mean “coral” in Dhivehi, epitomizes how the residence lives and thrives among the natural landscape of the Indian Ocean.

For more information on Conrad Maldives Rangali Island, visit www.conradmaldives.com.
Feature image by Conrad Maldives Rangali Island
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