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Maldives resort to relaunch after multi-million dollar renovation

MALDIVES, 22 days ago

The Conrad Maldives Rangali Island resort revealed plans for its relaunch in February 2022 after an expansive multi-million dollar refurbishment with refreshed interiors.
 
The unveiling of the resort-wide revitalised space will resonate with the aspirations of a new era of luxury travellers while providing the setting for guests to craft new memories.
 
The first international resort brand to arrive in the Maldives and soon to complete 25 years in time for the relaunch in 2022, Conrad Maldives Rangali Island was, and continues to be, a pioneer amongst Maldives’ 150 resorts, according to a statement from the brand. 
 
The twin-island property claims to be home to the world’s first undersea restaurant Ithaa, first underwater bedroom set within the two-level residence The Muraka, and first twin island resort experience in the Maldives, amongst others.
 
General Manager Carla Puverel said: “We are delighted to announce the next chapter of Conrad Maldives Rangali Island and look forward to taking guests through the evolution of this resort with the launch of newly-designed water villas, refreshed restaurants, new experiences, Teens Club and other additions.
 
"As the ‘Island of Firsts’ we pride ourselves on being innovative and offering personalised service unique to our resort. The renovations which began in 2019 demonstrates our commitment to investing in our guest experience which continues to build on our legacy.”
 
Marking the final chapter in the multi-year renovation, 2022 will see significant enhancements across the resort, the statement added.
 
Dedicated to couples and honeymooners, water villas in Rangali Island will be revitalised to include new interiors, combining integrated indoor-outdoor living spaces with an uninterrupted view of the Indian Ocean and direct access to a private sun deck. 
 
“Conrad Maldives Rangali Island is one of the key resorts in our luxury portfolio across Asia Pacific. The amount of investment, time and effort put into enhancing every part of the guest experience alone signifies a commitment by the team to deliver authentic and purposeful hospitality to travellers,” said Nils-Arne Schroeder, global brand head, Conrad Hotels & Resorts and vice president, Luxury & Lifestyle, Hilton, Asia-Pacific.-TradeArabia News Service



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