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General

On a reef in the South Male Atoll, this upscale island resort sits amidst tropical gardens and is circled by white-sand beaches.

With garden or ocean views, the elegant, airy rooms feature simple decor with colorful accents. All have terraces or balconies, flat-screen TVs, minibars, safes, and tea and coffee making facilities. Upgraded rooms are set over the water and offer private decks. Wi-Fi is available (fee).

A casual, open-air restaurant serves international cuisine, and candle-lit dining on the beach is offered. There’s also a relaxed bar and a sea-view spa. Activities include beach games and water skiing, as well as diving and fishing

Property Overview:

Club Rannalhi, is an ideal small resort island just below the tip of south Male’ atoll. The island is just 5 hectares built of luscious green land, with a beautiful beach round the island and a house-reef that is home to exotic fish and coral. Between the house-reef and the beach is a lagoon where swimming is ideal.

Rannalhi from the beginning has been a very active island and fun lovers do admire the active schedule on the island and they so much love the resort and the atmosphere they repeatedly visit the island every year.

Known as ‘the measure of gold’ (ran means gold, nalhi is a unit of measure) for its beauty and fertility, Rannalhi island is now home to an all-action fun resort where good times and friendship make for unforgettable tropical holidays.

Location:

Club Rannalhi is on the white sandy beaches in the South of the South Male Atoll, one of the 19 Atolls in the Maldives. South Malé (Kaafu) Atoll, 34km. from Malé International Airport. Island Length: about 200 m, width 90 m. distance to the house reef 10 to 100m.

Kaafu Atoll

Kaafu Atoll

Kaafu Atoll is an administrative division of the Maldives. It consists of Kaashidhoo Island, Gahaafaru Atoll, and Malé Atoll (which includes the North Malé Atoll and the South Malé Atoll). It also has a number of uninhabited islands. Malé, capital of the Maldives is naturally located within the North Malé Atoll, but it is not part of the Kaafu administrative division.


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