A Typical Island in Maldives
Having been voted twice as the 'Best Hotel in the World', Conrad Maldives Rangali Island Resort is nestled on not one but two pristine Maldivian islands cleverly connected by a 500-meter-long bridge across the vast Indian Ocean.
Let yourself be surrounded by magnificent white strips and swaying palm trees, and enjoy the luxury of a tropical paradise during your holiday vacation in Maldives. Find out more about the Conrad Maldives Rangali Island Resort, wherein you’d be provided with an iPod Touch to let the local staff know about your wants and needs while in the resort, in this hotel experience of the Daily Mail UK Travel staff writer David Harrison ("Having A Whale (Shark) Of A Time: Beauty And A Big Beast In The Marvelous Maldives").
Here’s an excerpt of his travel article:
This classy tropical hideaway is reached by seaplane from Male international airport. It comprises two small private islands (the main one is just 500 yards long and 300 yards wide) in an azure lagoon with a vibrant coral reef teeming with marine life… The islands are joined by a 500- yard footbridge from where, at night, we see giant manta rays looping towards the surface of the water before slipping tantalizingly away… The palm-fringed beaches are as white and pristine as the brochures proclaim.