Ultra Moder Luxury at Raffles Maldives Meradhoo!


Raffles Maldives Meradhoo is located at the southern edge of the Maldives archipelago in the Gaafu Alifu Atoll, occupying the exclusive Meradhoo Island and its surrounding crystal clear lagoon. The Maldives archipelago is home to a host of tropical wildlife and unique underwater encounters near the resort, including whale sharks, spinner dolphins, mobula rays, hawksbill turtles and napoleon fishes. The resort is accessible via a 55-minute domestic flight from Malè International Airport to Kaadedhdhoo Airport, followed by a 15-minute speedboat journey. Private jets can land at either Gan International Airport or Kooddoo Airport and connect to the resort via seaplane or speedboat respectively.



Following an extensive enhancement exercise, the resort officially reopened on 22 September 2019, under the iconic collection of Raffles Hotels and Resorts. The 38-villa resort is an all-suite resort comprising a presidential villa and one to two-bedroom villas (16 overwater villas; 21 beachfront villas) ranging from approximately 220 to 300 sq m, each with its own private pool. The resort competes at the top end of the Maldives luxury market and the extremely spacious villas are among the largest in the destination. 

The presidential villa, named Raffles Royal Residence, was added in end 2020. Raffles Royal Residence features a spacious 1,250 sq m ultra-luxury villa comprising three bedrooms (expandable up to 6 bedrooms by adjoining with other villas), a rooftop bar and a 40-metre private infinity pool. The luxurious beachfront villas occupy the main island of Meradhoo; with the overwater villas located some 800 metres away. The overwater villas boast high ceilings and full-length floor-to-ceiling windows that provide panoramic views of the Indian Ocean from the bedroom, bathroom and living room.

Raffles Maldives Meradhoo offers a wide range of dining options including three restaurants and two bars, comprising Thari, an all-day diner; Yuzu, a Peruvian and Japanese fusion restaurant; The Firepit, where guests can enjoy various flame-grilled chef specialty dishes; the popular Long Bar on the main island; and the over-water Yapa Sunset Bar. There are also leisure and spa options within the property including a spa, an over-water gym and yoga studio, two infinity edge pools, a PADI 5 Star dive and water sports centre, a library and a resort boutique.

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