Conrad Maldives Rangali Island

Given first spot by as world’s most beautiful restaurant, located in Hilton luxury hotel’s Conrad Maldives Rangali Island, Ithaa Undersea Restaurant is also known as the world’s first underwater restaurant. The resort won the world’s number one award twice.

The world’s first all-glass underwater restaurant ever built – Ithaa Undersea Restaurant will be another way to enjoy the underwater display especially for those who prefer to stay dry. At five metres below sea level diners can enjoy 270 degree views of the surrounding coral. The restaurant seats up to 14 guests. While indulgences like caviar is a sure find, fusion of traditional Maldivian dish with a western twist is also available. With food being exquisite and for someone who loves the marine life, to be in an atmosphere as such for lunch or dinner will be something beyond a remarkable experience. You will discover that it will be the only restaurant where passersby don’t walk but float.

This is the perfect place to relax as the weather in the Maldives is warm all year round. The secluded beaches rarely get crowded. So it’s like having your own private beach. Submerging under the ocean the scene seems to explode with life and colour. Its difficult to know which way to look.

If you are heading out to sea from Rangali Island, 20 minutes away from Maldives traditional boat called Dhoni in local language, is a sight famous for its Manta Rays called Manta Point. Some divers see up to ten Mantas’ on a single dive there.

To celebrate an end of a great day you might want to book into the resort’s second unusual restaurant – a Wine Cellar. The most exclusive wines here fetches a staggering $20,000 dollars a bottle.

The resort’s third amazing restaurant location is on a yacht. Champagne at sea with a glorious sunset of a tropical island, it couldn’t get anymore romantic.

A stay at this resort will definitely be priceless and exceeding your wildest dreams.

Location Address: Rangali, 2034, South Ari Atoll, Maldives
Conrad Maldives Rangali Island

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