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Reethi Beach heeft een Travellife Gold label toegekend gekregen voor duurzaamheid in het toerisme.
Reethi Beach Resort
- Reethi Beach Resort
- Reethi Beach Resort, Deluxe Villa
- Reethi Beach Resort, Rasgefaanu Bar
- Reethi Beach Resort, Water Villa's, Malediven
- Reethi Beach Resort, Water Villa
Over Reethi Beach Resort
- sport en actie
Reethi Beach heeft een Travellife Gold label toegekend gekregen voor duurzaamheid in het toerisme.
Special(Vroegboek)kortingen: In diverse perioden van het jaar zijn er interessante (vroegboek)kortingen van toepassing. Deze variëren van 5% tot maar liefst 20%. Informeert u naar de mogelijkheden en details.
Honeymoon: Honeymooners worden onder meer verwend met een fruitmand, bloemen en één diner bij kaarslicht met een fles wijn.
(per persoon, 7 nachten, inclusief vluchten)
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KamerbeschrijvingenReethi Villa (Standard Villa)
(38 m2) Airco, plafondventilator, televisie, telefoon, kluisje en een compleet ingerichte halfopen badkamer met douche. De villa's beschikken over een terras met zitje en zijn gelegen aan de oost- of westkant van het eiland, vlakbij het strand.
(47 m2) Airco, plafondventilator, zitgedeelte, televisie, telefoon, kluisje, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten en een compleet ingerichte halfopen badkamer met bad en regendouche. De villa's beschikken over een terras met zitje en een hangmat en liggen direct aan het strand waardoor u uitkijkt over de lagune.
(61 m2) Airco, plafondventilator, zitgedeelte, televisie, DVD-speler telefoon, kluisje, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten en een compleet ingerichte badkamer met bad en regendouche. De villa's zijn gebouwd op palen boven het water en beschikken over een ruim balkon met zitje en ligbedden en bieden directe toegang tot de lagune.
Alle maaltijden in buffetvorm in het hoofdrestaurant, korting op maaltijden in de overige restaurants (vooraf te reserveren), geselecteerde (non-)alcoholische drankjes (mineraalwater, frisdrank excl. Red Bull, koffie en thee excl. specialiteiten, huiswijn per glas, bier excl. Corona en Erdinger, likeuren en cocktails). Deze drankjes kunt u nuttigen in het hoofrestaurant (alleen tijdens de maaltijden), de hoofdbar (gehele dag), de Sunset Bar en Pool Bar (tussen 11.00-20.00 uur), de Handhuvaru Bar (tussen 11.00-23.00 uur) en de Riyaa Beach Bar (tussen 17.00-20.00 uur). Middagkoffie en -thee met snacks in de hoofdbar (16.00 - 17.30 uur), beginnersuitrusting windsurfen bij Water World, toegang tot het fitnesscentrum en de tennis-, badminton- en squashbanen (indien beschikbaar, vooraf te reserveren), één introductieduik per persoon per verblijf, twee excursies per persoon per week (Kamadhoo & Kihadoo Trip en Sunset Dhoni Cruise).
All Inclusive Premium
Zoals All Inclusive, aangevuld met à la carte maaltijden in Reethi Grill, Saima Garden, Moodhu Bar & Restaurant en Alifaan Restaurant (op basis van beschikbaarheid, vooraf te reserveren en excl. kreeft en roomserice), geselecteerde (non-)alcoholische drankjes in Rasgefaanu Bar, Handhuvaru Bar, Riyaa Bar, Sunset Bar en Veyo Bar zoals cocktails, verse sappen, koffie- en theespecialiteiten, milkshakes, ijs, meer dan 50 soorten wijn en sterke dranke (excl. XO Cognacs, Johnny Walker Blue Label en Chivas Royal Salute) en de minibar wordt dagelijks bijgevuld (water, frisdrank, bier en geselecteerde drank).
Gelegen in de Baa Atol, op circa 35 minuten vliegen (per watervliegtuig) vanaf Malé Airport.
- 5 Restaurants
- 5 Bars
- WiFi (in beperkte delen van het resort)
- 2 Tennisbanen
- 2 badmintonbanen
- Watersportcentrum met PADI-duikschool
- Watersportmogelijkheden zoals duiken, snorkelen, windsurfen, waterskiën en kanovaren
- Excursiemogelijkheden zoals boottochten en eilandhoppen
In het 'Rijk van Duizend Eilanden' is het echte 'bounty-gevoel' volop aanwezig met oogverblindende witte stranden, een oneindig blauwe lucht, wuivende palmbomen en glashelder water met een azuurblauwe kleur. Voor duikers is dit het mekka, de rijke onderwaterwerled biedt fraaie koraalriffen en een enorm scala bont gekleurde koraalvissen, zeesterren en ander dergelijk moois. Dit schitterende eilandrijk is werkelijk een droombestemming voor honeymooners, voor ieder ander is het uitermate geschikt om volledig te ontspannen. Niet voor niets hebben de Malediven als credo: 'De kunst van het niets doen'. Welkom in het paradijs op aarde!
"Leave your cares (and your shoes) at the Jetty"
Just back from a 12 night stay at the Reethi Beach and it was simply wonderful. I don't think I've had such a relaxing break - even though we did 20 dives during our stay! Welcome After 24 hours of travelling (car, three planes & a speedboat) we were met at the Jetty by the beautiful Anna who led us back along the pier, over the crystal clear green water and white sands to the reception area - pointing out a group of eagle-rays swimming by - a lovely surprise. Anna explained that this was a 'no shoes' and 'no cash' resort (you just sign for everything and the accounting wizards keep the tab). So we spent the next two weeks wandering around with no bags, no wallets and bare feet. This might sound like such a little thing, but to be honest, it was a great touch. I felt relaxed immediately and that feeling stayed for the entire break. Accommodation We had been 'upgraded' to the Water Villa for the first couple of nights. These were lovely and very private - being out over the water at the north end of the island. Each has its own balcony and I spent my first morning in the Maldives hanging over my railing watching a cheeky wee Octopus play hide and seek with me - changing colours each time I looked. To be honest it was a slightly inconvenient to have to move after two days as we we didn't properly unpack, but it was nice to be able to experience the Villas, even if it was just to be able to compare them with the Beach Villas. And honestly, I could not fault the Beach Villa that we were moved to - in fact I preferred it to the Water Villa. It was recently done up, air-conditioned, spacious, very well designed (plenty of storage space) and had a gorgeous semi-outdoor bathroom. I loved it. There is something really lovely a about being able to shower under cover, but being able to look at the fruit bats hanging around in the adjacent trees. Feels very natural. Food I am not a fussy eater, I will eat almost anything if it is good, but my absolute pet hate is poor food - it will ruin a holiday for me if the food is bad. We were half board which included breakfast and dinner each night in the Main Restaurant (buffet style) and I had some reservations to begin with. I normally hate buffet food as it just gets so repetitive and dull - especially if you are staying longer than a week. The reason that we picked Reethi Beach was because there were three or four different restaurants and I expected to have to utilise them. How wrong I was. I think that this was the best buffet food I have ever had in my life. Every night was different. I didn't know that you could make so many different kinds of salad, each fresh, delicious and varied. 12 nights and I don't think I ate the same thing on any of them. Whoever designs the menu deserves an award, they really do. Unfortunately (for the other restaurants) it means that you really CAN eat in the main menu each night and save you the expense of eating elsewhere. You get a 15% discount in the other restaurants if you are Half Board, but they are still seem very expensive when the alternative is so good and included in your meal plan. Dive School Again, I was slightly nervous about the Dive School having experienced a more 'lax' approach in Bali last year compared to the Egyptian Dive Schools that I'm more used to. I really needn't have worried. They were professional, friendly and very knowledgeable of the surrounding area. From the inimitable Ricky with the biggest smile (and the best dance moves) in the Indian Ocean who checked us into the School, through Alson, Reethi Illey, Illey, King and Sappe - the guides who took us out - and not forgetting the wonderful boat crews. They all worked as a team to make our diving experience as easy and enjoyable as possible. You sign up to dive each day and meet at the boat, all your equipment is ready and waiting for you. Each dive is preceded with a thorough briefing (include a picture of the dive site). The guides explain what to expect and where the dive will begin (depending on the direction of the current) and what we might see (both the reef features and the sea-life). The guides checked the current direction and strength before every dive and even on one occasion decided to change the dive site because the current was going the 'wrong' way and the vis was too poor. Their local knowledge and expertise was excellent and I would have absolutely no hesitation in recommending this Dive School to anyone. Very well trained staff, great process and good equipment. An excellent experience (which is why we managed to fit in 20 dives in 12 days!) Resort The island is probably about a mile around and (I think) the perfect size. It was big enough that it felt secluded when you wanted to be, but small enough that you could meet people and chat over drinks in the bar. The karaoke night was great fun and the quiz nights were good. If you are looking for organised entertainment this is not the resort for you, but we loved it as it was just great to meet people and get some real down time away from work. There is an internet connection, but it's poor, so be prepared to tear yourself away from your phone. You can do it - it's great! There are tennis courts and an air-conditioned gym for those inclined to use them (we tried the gym once, but actually preferred just jogging around the island in bare feet to try and work off all that delicious food). The only thing I would change about the resort is that smokers are allowed to smoke freely in the bar and in some of the restaurants. As this is primarily a European resort I would have preferred if the smokers had been treated as they are at home and kept to their segregated pens :-P. I've just become too used to living in a smoke-free environment and at times it felt like we had to run the smelly gauntlet to get a drink :( Staff The staff are lovely, friendly and very well trained. It was great to have a few drinks, a blether (and a sing-song) with the Dive School guys in the Bar at night. OK I think that's probably enough and I've touched on the main highlights of the place. Go, relax and enjoy. It's a little piece of heaven and well worth all the travel. I totally recommend it.
Second time in the Maldives first time to Reethi Beach.We spent 15 nights here and its an extremely good and well organised resort. Excellent food really impressed with the quality, good variety and never got bored with the selection. The island is perfect and laid out nicely with a relaxed and friendly vibe. Onsite clinic, spa, tennis, gym, water sports and diving (Sea explorer reviewed separately) The house reef is in a bad state, with pockets of hope dotted throughout.Water clarity can vary from day to day. If you can overlook the corals then there is plenty to see here as there is a lot of fish life. On a typical day snorkeling we saw a turtle, reef shark, 7 octopus, moray eels, large crown jelly fish, thousands of trigger fish, oriental sweet lips and many many more. We were also lucky enough to see dolphins, around 250 when jet skiing and also from the south end of the island off the beach. Three days in a row and in groups of 20-100. Accommodation although not high end is very comfortable and was ideal for our needs. Sun beds are all numbered along with the bungalows so no early towels required. We did stay in a water bungalow for one night, i believe they overbooked and had nowhere else to put us. It was an inconvenience in truth and not worth the additional cost unless you absolutely must have your own privacy. The main reason the beach bungalows have a semi outdoor bathroom which was nicer. Yes i would definitely return
"5th Trip Best One!"
5th trip to Maldives, 1st time to Reethi. All islands here are beautiful, but each with their own special little differences and in my experience I have to say Reethi is the best yet. The island itself is beautiful, with the Reethi Grill set on the beach and the Moodhu Bar/ Restaurant set over the lagoon all of which are so beautiful, especially at night! I have to say that the staff on Reethi are absolutely fantastic!! Reethi Beach ticks all of the boxes for whats important to us... Accommodation Stayed in a Reethi Villa Room which was on the beach - unusual as garden villas are normally situated in the middle of the island. We could see the beach and sea from our villa, about 10 steps and you are at your sunlounger. Food We are moderate drinkers and for the first time decided to go B&B instead of AI. Resulted in spending less than we would have on AI. Breakfast was in the main restuarant with so many choices - fantastic breakfasts. We had lunch and dinner at both the Modhu Bar and Reethi grill( with a pod dolphins swimming by thrown in!), again the food was fantastic! Size of island Not one for going to large islands as some can feel crowded. Reethi was just right, not too small not too large. Beach The beach was beautiful - unlike some islands where parts of the beach have been eroded away the beach on Reethi surrounds the whole island and is large, unlike some where you can get lots of people crammed on one bit of beach. Each room has their own numbered sunlounger with shade. But if you like to lie out and catch some rays there is enough space on the beach to do so. Snorkelling One of the main attractions and most important thing for us in the Maldives is snorkelling. Sadly the coral reef has been badly bleached. There is a drop off, with four channels cut in for access to the drop off. And the sealife, wow! An abundance of sealife; including dolphins; reef sharks; eagle ray(lucky to snorkel twice)! One part of the island can get a bit choppy so i would definatley recommend fins. In a nutshell, for the first time, this is an island I will definately been returning to!
"Relaxing week in the sun"
Following a two week business drive to India recruiting staff. My partner and I decided to visit Reethi beach to relax for a week from which we have just returned. It was a lovely relaxing holiday and I have been to the Maldives twice previously . We had a deluxe villa 115 which is perfectly located. Good amount of beach perfectly located near to the restaurants etc. Nice all inclusive bar situated perfectly next to it. Had an amazing opportunity of seeing dolphins swimming very close to the shore which is most unusual. Ps there are no bad villas on this island they are all located in good positions, however some have bigger beaches than others. The villas near the water villas have little beach. Although this is a no shoes resort. I would recommend wearing some sandals as there was often shells or crabs on the paths which when stood on can be quite painful. The staff are very polite and attentive. Had an amazing Balinese massage from Dita at a good price of about Â£75:00 pounds. What you need to be wary of is that everything you buy has an additional 23% tax with a further 13% tax. I worked out a gin and tonic was approximately Â£20. Very expensive if you donâ€™t go AI and you like a tipple. This is the only holiday I have lost weight on as the food was not to my liking at all. Nearly all the chicken was on the bone. The restaurant is not air conditioned ( has fans circulating air) it is really hot. The evening entertainment is poor and the resort uses it as an opportunity to see the water sports and the spa etc. The hot food is luke warm and the cold food ie salads etc is warm. The desserts are all warm and warm milk at breakfast. People often left the lids up on the food, we saw moths fly in on one occasion. Porridge was good in the morning albeit a rarity. We saw ice cream on the menu twice in one week and it was warm and melting rapidly. The resort has been sold and will close in its current capacity in 2020. Villas are a tad dated and worn., however if you just want to relax at a good price and donâ€™t mind warm food and warm salads, then go for it. If the restaurant air conditioned I would consider returning for a week.
My wife and I just returned from a wonderful week at the Reethi Beach resort. The staff couldnâ€™t do enough for us and were always friendly, courteous and professional. We plumped for a Water Villa â€“ wise choice, with an excellent tranquil view out to sea. The dive operation is second to none. In fact itâ€™s probably the best dive operation weâ€™ve come across on our many travels. Canâ€™t speak highly enough of it really. The resort caters nicely for all ages and it has a nice, relaxed atmosphere â€“ not too formal or stuffy, which we appreciated. Both my wife and I tend to get bored lounging on the beach for days on end, so we were grateful for the wide array of available activities. The dolphin safari on jetskis was particularly exhilaratingâ€¦..a great whiteknucle experience in an idyllic setting. Equally, the spa is excellent (but pricey!). We were fairly happy we went the all inclusive route â€“ buying meals and drinks separately would seriously have hiked the price up. All in all, we had a marvellous stay and would love to return.
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