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Ranked #5 of 10 Hotels in Baa Atoll
Reading, United Kingdom
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“Honeymoon in Paradise”
5 of 5 stars Reviewed November 4, 2012

This was our first trip to the Maldives and we chose Reethi Beach as we wanted to go to a smaller island. We stayed 14 night in September in a water villa ( a total must to stay in a water villa and not much more expensive to upgrade compared to other Maldivian islands).

We went Bed & Breakfast, we ate lunch every day, a 2 course dinner, had soft drinks and water and the occasional icecream, alcoholic drinks throughout the afternoon and with dinner (basically we ate and drank so much and never went without) we did one snorkeling trip and had 3 massages in the spa and still spent £100 less than the All Inclusive Upgrade price - totally the best decision for us.

The water villa was brilliant, pure isolation being able to relax on your balcony, all you can see is the sea. They are semi detached but we didnt once hear any noise from our neighbours and the only time we saw people from our balcony was as snorklers passed by. Room was spacious with comfy king sized bed, sofa and coffee table, tea&coffee making facilities, an electronic safe and an empty fridge which was great for bringing drinks back to the room for for a day of sunbathing on your balcony (sunbeds and cushions and table and chairs with cushions). Bathroom was large with a bath and a separate big powerful shower.
The room boy comes in twice a day to make up the room and change towels etc, in the evening he turns down the bed for the night and does a pretty design with the sheets. You can put your do not disturb sign out if you dont wish to be disturbed but he gets to know your timetable and would usually come in whilst we were at breakfast or dinner. We tipped him $10 a week.
We were also allocated sunbeds on the beach in an area for the water villas just beside the water villas, was never very busy.
In September the water villas 208-212 were over the sandbank so you would walk down your steps onto a sand bank then access the sea off the sand bank (we were put in 212 but moved to 202 after 3 days as we requested to move, they were very accommodating with this). The higher numbers face the jetty where the sea planes come in so would recommend a lower number villa 201-207.

The food was brilliant, we liked to eat lunch by the pool bar or at Moodhu bar and dinner at Moodhu Bar (at the end of the jetty with fab views) or Reethi Grill (right on the beach). We did work our way through pretty much the whole menu but the food was great quality, we had some great pizzas, steaks and my favourite meal was the Surf & Turf - lobster, king prawns and fillet steak amazing! Service was first class, from the staff in the restaurants to the bar staff, they would know your room number so you just had to sign after your meal. Even drinks at the pool bar were brought over to you and poured for you.
The buffet restaurant is good but we just ate breakfast there, a nice wide choice and again attentive service.
The main bar (can get wii-fii here) was great but could get busy. We prefered the bar by the water villas where Salim served us and occasionally had a little chat with him, much quieter and relaxing. Could come and get drinks and icecreams from here to enjoy in the villa or on the beach.

Everything is in keeping with the island, the chairs made out of tree trunks etc. The island was so quiet we could quite frequently be walking to lunch or dinner and not pass anyone else (the paths are sandy paths through the jungle). At any point on the island all you can see is the sea too, we even saw a school of dolphins once!
Would recommend the technical tour on Thursdays, get to see the staff quarters, kitchens and how the island is run, very interesting.

The swimming pool is small but is adequate, we spent quite a few mornings there where we were the only ones there at all, wonderful.
Spa is great, not overly priced and we had a couples massage in the same room.
We did nothing but swim, snorkel, sunbathe, eat and drink - perfect. They do have tennis courts, table tennis, water sports section and plenty of excursions, books and magazines and games to borrow too. You can do as much or as little as you like.

We were invited to Management Cocktail party, a really nice touch, we had a couple of free drinsk and canapes and got to meet the key staff.
We also had a free honeymooners 4 course dinner in Saima Garden, food was perfection and so romantic.


Top tips:
-lower numbered water villa
- take a torch for walking down the paths at night
- dont take shoes just one pair of flipflops
- take reef shoes (or we took our crocs) as coral is sharp
- take your own snorkel kit (we brought ours for £25 each before we went and took with us)
- Take a lot of mozzi spray (not European one) and bite cream - you WILL get bitten no matter what
- take an underwater camera - fish are amazing!
- tip the room boys and waiting and bar staff, they deserve it they are so friendly and cant do enough for you
- tip the fish feeding guy
- take $1 and $10 bills for tipping, eveything else is charged to your room and paid at the end of your stay

The best choice, we had a amazing time in Reethi Beach and wish we were still there. The staff are the islands biggest asset, they are wonderful.

  • Stayed September 2012, traveled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 4 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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Chippenham, United Kingdom
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed November 3, 2012

Stayed here for 8 nights in August as a 25th Wedding anniversary trip. I have visited many lovely places in the world (Bali, Langkawi, Barbados, Thailand...) but this is the one that I would choose to return to given the chance. We chose all inclusive which I think was ther best deal as it meant that we could eat and drink as we pleased. We only ate in the buffet restaurant as there was sufficient choice and variety so saw little point in paying extra to eat elsewhere - although we did have a complimentary candlelight anniversary meal which was very nice. The service everywhere was excellent. Atmoshere of resort very tranquil so lovely not having to get up at the crack of dawn to reserve sunloungers as there were numbered loungers on the beach. Resort never appeared busy which was lovely. We stayed in water villa 220 which was lovely, woke up to the rising sun with the sea lapping outside. We went on the 2 complimentary excursions which were part of the AI option, did not feel the need to do any other excursions although in hindsight wish had done a snorkelling trip, although the snorkelling on the house reef was very good. We took our own fins, masks and snorkels would be cheaper to buy your own in advance than to rent at the resort. Also did technical tour which is run each week and shows all the back stage parts of hotel - well worth doing. There was some evening entertainment although this was somewhat limited. Booked a package of three treatments in spa which was wonderful - could lie and hear the sea lapping against the shore, then spend time in the jacuzzi afterwards.
Would most definately recommend this resort and would rate at more like 5* than 4* - would love to return.

  • Stayed August 2012, traveled as a couple
    • 4 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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Abu Dhabi, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed November 2, 2012

OUR HONEY MOON WITH MY BELOVED BRIDE from 6th of sep11 ,We were at Atoll paradise -REETHI BEACH RESORT,had been to many beach resorts and islands but this was the most blissfull heaven on earth resort i had ever been embraced off.WOW this place is amazing and the staff SUPERB, service was spectacular they were incredibly accomodating and resourceful, if you want a quiet relaxing holiday then this is the place to go all the times.The villas were just gorgeous with the most incredible views over the ocean,we also really enjoyed the music fro the oceans" melodious waves.THE FOOD was super sumptuous 5star hotel levels .Everything was more than we could have imagined, from the time we were picked up from the airport till the day they took us back.

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  • Stayed December 2011, traveled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed October 31, 2012

My husband and I spent two fabulous weeks on Reethi Beach at the beginning of October. This was our second visit to the Maldives but our first to Reethi Beach. We would most certainly return to this island and would highly recommend it.

It is a beautiful island offering exactly what you'd expect from paradise. With white sandy beaches and the beautiful turquoise blue ocean. No need to wear shoes and to just relax and enjoy both the island and the reef.

We stayed in water villa 208. Before arrival I had emailed the resort to request a water villa between 201 and 209, due to these having sun most of the day. They confirmed receipt of my email and explained they'd try to accommodate our request but wouldn't be able to confirm until arrival so pleased we did drop an email. For us the water villas were perfect and our preferred accommodation on this island. The veranda is a very good size and holds two sun beds, table, two chairs and a parasol. Water villa 208 had the sun all day but also had shaded areas so you could move the sun beds round according to your preferred option. Because of this we never actually used the additional sun beds we had allocated on the beach. The veranda was more private and with direct access to the ocean it was the perfect place to relax and sunbathe.

The next best thing about the water villa was the big bed and the view out to the ocean where it was positioned in front of the big double patio doors. These glass doors also made the water villas very light and airy whereas the garden and beach villas looked as though they'd be quite dark inside. Apart from that the room generally had everything you'd need: aircon, ceiling fan, TV and DVD player, kettle with tea and coffee facilities, fridge, hairdryer, safe, big shower enclosure with rain shower and a separate bath. Plus the room was cleaned/tidied twice a day.

After much consideration we decided to go B&B. We originally booked AI but with two weeks to go before our final holiday payment we changed to B&B. This was definitely the best decision for us. We definitely ate and drank as much as we wanted. In addition to breakfast we ate lunch at either Moodhu or the pool bar and our evening meal at either Reethi Grill or Moodhu. The choice and service at all restaurants was really good. On our final night we went to Siama Garden. This was our most expensive meal (we weren't honeymooners or returners so had to pay) but it was also our best meal. The food was delicious and the service fantastic. We also drank what we want. We aren't the biggest drinkers but we still drank alcohol everyday. Normally we'd have about 2 soft drinks and a bottle of water each during the day. A soft drink or bottle at water at lunch, 2-3 alcoholic drinks before our evening meal (cocktails and beer), some nights a bottle of wine with our meal or an alcoholic beverage and a soft drink plus a bottle of water then a bottle of water for during the night. We didn't try to budget and just did what we wanted when we wanted which was great for flexibility. At the end of the holiday when we got our bill we were approx £100 better off than going AI so a saving and the ability to do what we wanted.

One of the key things that made this island were the staff. The service was fantastic and nearly every member of staff we came across couldn't do enough for you. For us this sealed the deal for Reethi Beach as our previous Maldives trip the service wasn't fantastic but they exceed at it here and it feels like they're always trying to do better and get feedback from people. We attended the Management cocktail in our first week which I thought was a really good way for Management and Senior staff to introduce themselves but also for other staff to be introduced too. They also point out that any problems they want to know about then and when we are on the island so they can do something about it. We also did the technical tour which shows you what goes on 'behind the scenes'. This was a great tour and highlighted how much work and effort they put in to run the island including there being over 250 staff!

There's a lot more I can probably say about Reethi Beach and it would all be good news and information. In fairness it's all been said before. This is a great island and we would definitely return.

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  • Stayed October 2012, traveled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed October 28, 2012

We spent 2 weeks in a water bungalow in October and just loved every moment. We've been to Kuramathi (loved it), Komandoo (loved it) and Kuredu (not for us) before and Reethi is my absolute favourite so far, my other half puts Reethi second to Kuramathi. I'm not a diver or a particularly strong swimmer so an easily accessible and safe house reef is a key deciding factor for us and Reethi reef whilst the coral is not fantastic, the fish life is - the drop off on the reef is amazing, literally snorkelling amongst thousands of fish including the turtle that seems to be a big topic of conversation on here! We went BB, definitely the right choice for us as prefer to choose from a menu for dinner as and when it suits us. We spent most evenings in Moodhu bar which was fabulous in every way and informal whereas Reethi grill was lovely and a bit more special. The food was amazing wherever we ate, even at the pool bar and I found the prices reasonable for both food and drink. We went on Hanifaruu trip to swim with Mantas and were lucky enough to spend 40 minutes or so with 5 mantas swooping and spinning all around us - a truly unforgettable experience! As has been mentioned many times before, the staff are just wonderful and they really do make a difference to your holiday enjoyment with their lovely chatty, smiley ways! I have worked in the travel industry more than 20 years and as a result am fairly well travelled, I can honestly say Reethi is a fantastic place and one of the best holidays I've been on, Reethi just gets every element right. It can be quite an overwhelming choice when looking for a Maldives holiday but I don't see how anyone could not be delighted with Reethi wether it's your first time or your 4th time like us. Enjoy!!

  • Stayed October 2012, traveled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed October 21, 2012

If you have followed my reviews in the past you will know I always offer fair and honest reviews! Well trust me when I say this STOP LOOKING AROUND & BOOK THIS RESORT NOW! You are in no doubt considering this resort verse another resort (or two)and I can honestly say that this will not be beaten unless you are paying double or even treble the price! We visited this resort between Oct 9th – 20th Oct and stayed in room 104.

Rooms

We had a standard beach villa on looking the sea, in our opinion the villa was in the ideal location being near to all facilities but away from the huddle of the villas! It had beautiful unspoilt views of the ocean and had a perfect view of the sun setting every evening, if you are wanting to see the sun setting then you will require rooms between 101 – 170 (ish) although from room 140+ the beach is smaller and you are more sitting in the bushes. Mostly these rooms were the deluxe villas (101 – 104 were not!) so therefore of your wanting the sun setting you are going to have to pay more! However a little tip of you are checking out on an early flight (morning) they will move you to rooms 101-104 these although are not deluxe villa are the older villas they are larger than the deluxe have all the same furniture and great location the only difference that I noticed was you didn’t have the Maldivian swing and no Umbrella on the beach! Apart from that a massive saving in cost! ‘Warning’ rooms 180+ are in land and have no sea views im not 100% sure but im guessing they are the standard villas with a later check out, if this is the case it’s much better to pay the extra for location alone! Looking at the water villas they looked ok! Don’t get me wrong if it was the same price then no problem but in my opinion the cost verse the difference the beach villas won every time. They were at the tip on the island but the current was very strong with swimming and the corals are limited.

Island attractions

It took 15 minutes to walk around and all I can say is wow, it’s all very picturesque with amazing views. There was plenty to do but this of course this depends on you! If you wanted to sit, drink, eat and bathe then you will have no problem at all but if you want to go to other islands, use the water centre for sailing etc and/or dive snorkel you will always find plenty to do! There is a sports complex with squash and Babington courts, table tennis, outside tennis and a gym with weights and cardo equipment. We used this everyday and at most there was two other people in the gym!, they will provide you with all equipment you need but be warned that if you want to play tennis they will only sell you balls for $8 for 3, we brought along our own rackets but from viewing they had a large enough selection. There is a fully equipped dive centre and they also provide snorkelling trips but whatever you do bring your own snorkelling equipment as at $80 dollars per week hire or $35 for flippers only trust me it’s worth the loss of space in the suit case (you won’t need the extra clothes anyway true me!). There is a shop that sells almost anything you need but again remember that they are not the cheapest $2 for a bar of chocolate you get the picture. Finally there was a very expensive jewellery shop but to be fair although expensive with no competition what do you expect!

Food

Mixed review, if you’re on AI and are eating in the main buffet every evening then you will not starve but you will have an ‘ok’ food experience! If on the other hand you either upgrade to Reethi Select (B&B VS AI later on in this review!) then you will be able to eat at one of the four restaurants and then you will be amazed how wonderful the food is! We used the Moodu restaurant 4 times, Reethi Grill 4 times, 1 time in the Reethi Garden & 2 times in the buffet. It’s a tossup between the Reethi Grill & the Moodu, Service in the Grill was much better but views in the Moodu were amazing and unbeaten. Food in both was amazing! You would find it very hard to not find something you wouldn’t eat, from the standard Pizza to amazing sea food and India cuisine, all I can say is nom nom! We never eaten lunch so couldn’t review but the menu looked fair and accommodating for all.

The Big Question AI Vs B&B!

Ok so this was the biggest question and I read more reviews than I care to remember trying to get someone to answer this for me! Well no one can answer this for you are everyone is totally different but I hope that this insight will help you make your choice!
We decided on B&B, once we were at the resort I asked about upgrading (to gauge the cost) and would decide after a couple of days, the cost would have been $100 per person for AI or $138 pp for Reethi Select, meaning that if you spent less than $278 per day it would be cheaper for non AI (not rocket science) now on B&B only breakfast is included (nothing else!) meaning of you want to use the sports complex you would need to pay $7 pp per day or $90 for a two week pass!
Now for us B&B was the best result as our bill including all food, drinks, trips, spa and gift shop purchases still come to under the $278 per day! But if you’re eating three meals per day, if you’re drinking throughout the day, if you love the cocktails all days and night then upgrading may be the best result!
This was an average day for us Breakfast in the morning with a bottle of water taken back to the room, no lunch but 4 coke’s per day with a ice cream each or a bar of chocolate each, Dinner with at least two courses and a bottle of wine and another bottle of water, back to the bar and at least two/three drinks each. If we wanted something we had it, if we wanted to eat we ate, if we wanted to drink we drank and it still allowed us to the best restaurants and save a fortune on the bill! Trust me a fortune!
If we wanted lunch every day, if we drank during the daytime (alcohol) if we got wasted on cocktails and had 10 a day without any shadow of doubt AI would have been worth the extra but like I said at the start you know you, if like us your going away for a rest and not to be wasted every night then go for B&B try it for a couple of days and then if need be upgrade, but whatever you do if you’re going for AI then upgrade for the Reethi Select which will allow you to have all named sprits, eat in the better restaurants and have a better time!
Remember that 10% + 6% is added to everything so when looking at prices take this into consideration

A Final Note

I have gone to many places but can honestly say that I have never gone to anywhere like this, I was told not to bring shoes and thought alright then (not taking any notice) and apart from the gym I never wore shoes once(everyone goes to dinner with no shoes!!!).Bring yourself a torch as although there is some lighting on the walk home it is better to be able to see the crabs!. Make sure you see the fish feeding at 18:00 at least once and ,make sure you bring your own mask set with flippers, 100% only bring one pair of shoes as you won’t need any, towels are provided everyday so again not needed and the room is provided with a hairdryer and fridge. Bring your own chocolate to say you a fortune (they do sell at the airport) and don’t bring or buy any alcohol (even in duty free) as no alcohol is allowed to be brought in the country meaning if you think you will get lost cost booze to save some £££ you will lose out! Its English plugs so no need for adapters and finally make sure your luggage is under 20kg as although you get a larger weight on the bigger planes the water planes only allow 20kg or you have to pay a premium!.
I hope you like my review and it answered your questions, please give me a helpful vote if you found this helpful and by all means you can ask me any question of you wish. Thanks

Room Tip: 101 - 170 for sun sets and deluex villas to secure a beach and sun set view
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  • Stayed October 2012, traveled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed October 19, 2012

We stayed for a week as part of our honeymoon and fell in love it! We will definitely be going back. The service was excellent, all of the staff were so friendly, remembering who we were and recognising us whereever we were. We stayed in a Deluxe Villa, which was beautiful and, for us, much preferable to the water villas because they had more private space on the beach and were detached. The food was great. We got a free meal at the Saima Garden restaurant and it was one of the best meals I've ever had. The watersports were expensive, but a good variety. There were only 2 slight criticisms, but nothing to detract from the overall experience. Firstly, there are 2 free trips if you're on an all inclusive basis, one to a local island for some sort of cultural trip on Saturday afternoons (we didn't fancy it) and one on a Friday evening, to a nearby deserted sandbank to have a cocktail and watch the sun set. We'd have liked to go on this one, but checked in on the Friday morning and we asked to go to a welcome meeting on the Friday evening, when we were told about these included trip - that we'd already missed. Since we were only staying a week it would have been a nice touch if they'd asked us if we wanted to go when we checked in. If you do check in on a Friday or Saturday morning you could bear this in mind and request to go on one. Secondly, the discos on Monday and Thursday are loud. We don't like that sort of evening entertainment, so would chill out near our room or at another bar. When we went to bed, we could still hear the music with the doors shut. However, these didn't really bother us, but could be useful for other guests considering staying here. Overall, I couldn't recommend the hotel highly enough.

  • Stayed October 2012, traveled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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Address: Fonimagoodhoo Island
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Location: Maldives > Baa Atoll
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Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Restaurant Room Service Spa Swimming Pool
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#1 Best Value Hotel in Baa Atoll
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Hotel Class:4 star — Reethi Beach Resort 4*
Number of rooms: 114
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Reethi Beach is one of the most eco-friendly, Maldivian style, 4 star deluxe island resorts situated in Baa Atoll, the Maldives. Decorated with refined care, the villas, elegant and spacious, are enhanced by typical architecture of the Maldives and provide all comfort of modern life. ... more   less 
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