Conrad Maldives Rangali Island launches redesigned villas

The property’s villas are available for the holiday season

The resort will introduce five new room types including the two-bedroom Deluxe beach villa
The resort will introduce five new room types including the two-bedroom Deluxe beach villa

Conrad Maldives Rangali Island will be redesigning its mix of villas available in time for the festive season, by December 2019.

The resort will introduce five new room types including the two-bedroom Deluxe beach villa, Grand Water villa with pool, Grand Water villa, two-bedroom Grand Water villa with pool and two-bedroom Grand Water villa.
 
The property’s GM, Stefano Ruzza said: “Our pioneering innovative hospitality to cater to the passion points and needs of our guests is the cornerstone of this resort. We are thrilled to debut new villa categories to discerning travellers, marking the beginning of the next chapter of Rangali history and our commitment to driving the evolution of travel to the Maldives.”

Conrad Maldives Rangali Island is reinventing the Retreat Water villas into two villa types – Grand Water villa and Grand Water villa with a pool. The redesigned villa will feature a living room which can be converted into a second bedroom along with views of the outdoor deck complete with a Jacuzzi or pool.

The Family Water villa will also be transformed into two villa types and renamed Two-Bedroom Grand Water villa and Two-Bedroom Grand Water villa with pool. The design will offer two bedrooms instead of one and can host any group of guests.

In addition to the new accommodations available at Conrad Maldives, the Muraka will be celebrating its one-year anniversary this November.

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