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Purely Maldives Ltd
24 Baddesley Close, North Baddesley
Hampshire SO52 9DR
Surrounded by the crystalline waters of the Indian Ocean and dotted with swaying coconut palms, Club Rannalhi in Maldives can be reached from Male International Airport by speedboat in 45 minutes.
With an area of 5 hectares, the island beckons nature lovers and adventure enthusiasts; it has an abundance of beautiful fish and with a flourishing coral garden at the reef the resort is ideal for snorkelling.
Early Bird Discount
A further discount has been included in our screen price. This offer (UK customers only) requires that 50% of the booking must be paid as a deposit. Book by 31/10/18 for November 2018 to April 2019 and Book by 30/04/19 for May to October 2019.
A lively, active island delivering the essentials at a reasonable price
Atmosphere: This resort is predominantly Italian led with a real Italian beach club feel. Perfect for those who like it fast-paced but also with quieter areas for those who enjoy tranquility.
Rooms: The land-based rooms are arranged in two-storey blocks. They are pleasantly decorated, inside and out, and are a generous size for this price point. The Water Bungalows all have sun decks facing the sunset, but these do not always offer complete privacy. The new Water Bungalows are fresh and light; the older ones are smaller and darker but more popular due to the glass panel in the floor.
Dining: The main restaurant is large with a sense of grandeur. The waiters are attentive; however, the food does not quite live up to the standard of the setting in which it is served.
Activities: This resort offers lots of sports, activiites and participatory events. The dive school is large and popular with enthusiastic staff. The sandy-bottomed lagoon is perfect for swimming and plying. The reef is accessible around the majority of the island and houses impressive sealife; however, with slightly disappointing coral growth.