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Reethi Beach Resort
Reethi Beach Resort
Reethi Beach Resort is located on a tiny island in Baa Atoll, a scenic 35-minute seaplane flight from Male.
The elegant and spacious detached and semi-detached villas are built from natural materials in typical Maldivian-style, providing first class comfort in a unique setting.
Rooms are set amid tropical foliage fringing a long expanse of powder soft beach or on stilts over the clear blue lagoon. There are five restaurants and five bars, poolside and beachfront.
Facilities include a PADI 5-star dive centre; a Spa and wellness retreat; Water Sports Centre; Sports Complex and a wide variety of group and private excursions which offer the chance to explore the beauty of Baa Atoll and the rich culture of its inhabitants.
What’s so Special?
‘Reethi’ in the local language means ‘beautiful’. The Reethi offers all the elements for a memorable holiday to the Maldives – white powder sand, turquoise lagoon and plenty of things to keep you busy if you’re so inclined.
There are 40 detached or semi-detached Reethi Villas (38 sq.m), located on the west and east sides of the island, set amid tropical vegetation and just a few steps from the beach.
Each has a partial open-air bathroom with shower, terrace and deck chairs.
Located right by the beach, Deluxe Villas (47 sq. m) offer views of the crystal clear lagoon and boast a larger sitting area and a traditional Maldivian swing just outside the room.
There are 50 detached beachfront Deluxe Villas. Each has a partial open-air bathroom with bath-tub and open-air rain shower, bathrobes, a well-furnished sitting area, terrace and deck chairs, plus a Maldivian swing.
Built on stilts over the clear waters of the lagoon, the Water Villas offer a very affordable over water villa option.
There are 30 semi-detached Water Villas ( 61 sq. m). Each has a bathroom with bath-tub and separate shower, bathrobes, large sitting area, DVD player, tea and coffee making facilities, balcony with sitting area, direct lagoon access and a tropical ocean view, parasol and sun loungers (with mattress).
Which Airlines do you use?
We work with all the major airlines flying to the Maldives.
Typically for the Maldives we will use British Airways for direct flights to the Maldives between November and March.
Sri Lankan Airlines is also a great option for flights to the Maldives, especially of course if combining the Maldives with a Sri Lanka tour.
The flying time for direct flights is around 10 hours, making the Maldives a little shorter flying time than going to South East Asia.
We also commonly use Emirates via Dubai, Qatar Airways via Doha and Etihad via Abu Dhabi. These all allow stopover options in the Arabian Gulf to create a multi-centre holiday.
Regional connections from across the UK are available.
Which Hotels do you use?
We're careful with our choice of resorts in the Maldives, but we're guided by our customers also. If you have some preferred hotels, just let us know.
We specialise in boutique & luxury hotels and so we will often suggest some of our favourite smaller luxury hotels where we think these will be suitable.
We understand that choosing a resort in the Maldives can be a bit bewildering, especially as they all look so similar!
That's where our expertise can help - it's always useful to speak to someone who's been to lots of different islands in the Maldives.
Do I need a visa for the Maldives?
If you're travelling on British Passports, no visa is required for stays of up to a month.
Please double check before travel however as visa requirements are subject to change at any time.
How long have you been organising holidays to the Maldives?
We've been organising tailor made holidays to the Maldives since 2009.
We use a very reliable local partner in the Maldives for transfers and to assist our clients in the Maldives. They are a family owned company who are one of the most established and respected local travel companies.
We keep up to date with developments in the Maldives with regular visits and through our local contacts.
When is the best time to visit the Maldives?
The driest time of year to visit the Maldives is normally between November and March. This is high season in the Maldives and you can expect dry and settled conditions most of the time.
What board basis should I choose in the Maldives?
You'll find there is a wide range of options in the Maldives, from b&b, Half and Full Board, All Inclusive and variations on All Inclusive options.
Because of the isolated location, dining in the Maldives is expensive by almost any standard. Bear this in mind when comparing meal options.
How do I get to my resort in the Maldives?
Some resorts in the Maldives can be reached by speedboat from Male. This makes for a convenient and easy transfer. You'll be met at the airport on arrival and taken on foot the short distance to your boat transfer.
Seaplane transfers in the Maldives are used for islands further afield. These are usually in 18-seater De Havilland Twin Otters which fly in daylight hours only, departing from the seaplane port next to the International Airport.
2019 - 20 Price Guide:
- 7 nights from £1,275 pp (Room and Breakfast)
- 7 nights from £1,495 pp (Half Board)
- 7 nights from £1,595 pp (Full Board)
- 7 nights from £1,950 pp (All Inclusive)
- Add £120 per person for seaplane transfers
- International flights from the UK
- 7 nights with meals as above
- Return Domestic Flight & Speedboat transfers
- All taxes
This is a guide price only, based on travel in low season.
Prices will vary according to availability of airfares on the dates of travel and seasonal hotel and airfare surcharges. Prices can increase by as much as 50% for travel in high seasons.
Please ask us for any current special offers.
- Book 30 days or more in advance and receive 20% discount on the room rate.
- Valid 01 May to 31 Oct 19.
All of our Maldives Holidays are completely tailor made and we can put together any kind of Maldives holiday to suit your interests and budget.
Call us now to speak to a Maldives holiday expert about your Maldives holiday or honeymoon to the Maldives.
Call us now on 0333 7000 747
We're open from 9 until 6 Mon - Sat and our 0333 number is a local rate number included in most call packages.