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Conrad Maldives Rangali Island, also known as Conrad Maldives, is one of the most picturesque resorts you can visit in the Maldives. 

As a primarily family-friendly spot, you’ll find an abundance of facilities, lots of dining options, and a superb luxury stay if staying here.

In this review, we’ll show you what it’s like to stay in the standard-level room here: the King Beach Villa

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The King Beach Villa is nestled in a row of other villas and is on the main island, Rangalifinolhu Island. 

It measures 1,614 square feet of space and opens up into a large living room. 

Conrad Maldives Beach Villa seating area

Conrad Maldives Beach Villa seating area. Image Credit: AuPACS

The living room is furnished with a comfortable sofa and lots of pillows. It’s also blanketed by beams of natural light emanating from the floor-to-ceiling windows.  

As a Hilton Honors Diamond member, I received a VIP welcome amenity, consisting a bottle of sparkling wine, a fruit platter, and a box of chocolates.

Conrad Maldives Beach Villa Diamond amenity

Conrad Maldives Beach Villa Diamond amenity. Image Credit: AuPACS

The living area is directly connected to the bedroom but separated by a pair of curtains. 

Conrad Maldives Beach Villa bedroom

Conrad Maldives Beach Villa bedroom. Image Credit: AuPACS

Our comfortable king bed was thoughtfully decorated with a towel stingray and a cute Welcome message. Daily housekeeping and turndown service were offered.  

Conrad Maldives Beach Villa Bed

Conrad Maldives Beach Villa Bed. Image Credit: AuPACS

Just outside the bedroom was the outdoor terrace, which contains 2 sunloungers, 2 chairs, and 2 tables. 

Conrad Maldives Beach Villa garden terrace

Conrad Maldives Beach Villa garden terrace. Image Credit: AuPACS

Beyond this area was the private walkway to access the beach directly. 

Conrad Maldives Beach Villa private beach walkway

Conrad Maldives Beach Villa private beach walkway. Image Credit: AuPACS

In the bathroom, we found a double pedestal vanity, night lights, slippers, bathrobes, a separate toilet room, a hairdryer, a lighted makeup mirror, and luxurious Molton Brown bath products.

Conrad Maldives Beach Villa twin vanities

Conrad Maldives Beach Villa twin vanities. Image Credit: AuPACS

A neat aspect of the room was the outdoor rainfall shower, which truly makes it feel like you’re taking a shower in the jungle. 

There’s also a handheld shower wand, too.

Conrad Maldives Beach Villa outdoor shower

Conrad Maldives Beach Villa outdoor shower. Image Credit: AuPACS

But the real highlight, however, was the open-air bathing pavilion with a thatched roof, which is perfect for romantic evenings or an afternoon plunge.  

Conrad Maldives Beach Villa bathing pavilion

Conrad Maldives Beach Villa bathing pavilion. Image Credit: AuPACS

There are bath salts and loofahs available for your convenience.

Conrad Maldives Beach Villa open-air garden bath

Conrad Maldives Beach Villa open-air garden bath. Image Credit: AuPACS

Some of the other amenities include a flatscreen TV, tea and coffee facilities (Nespresso). free Wi-Fi, an in-room safe, a minibar, and even a complimentary pillow menu! 

To the Point:

The king beach villas at Conrad Maldives are a whopping 1,614 square feet in size with amazing amenities like direct beach access, an outdoor bathing pavilion, a separate rain shower, a plush king bed, a spacious living area, and top-shelf bath products. Even as the entry-level room in the property, it definitely won’t leave you disappointed, even though they aren’t over the water.

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 Frequently Asked Questions

During the high season, expect to pay ~$2,000 per night for a standard room. During the low season, expect to pay around ~$500 per night. On average, however, you’ll pay around $1,000 per night.

The most common way is via a seaplane ride, which is 30 minutes one-way. However, it’s also possible to book a short 25-minute flight on Trans Maldivian Airways, followed by a speedboat if you’re arriving in the evening. This is because seaplanes are not permitted to fly at night.

A night in the Maldives can be cheap or extremely expensive. However, the Conrad Maldives, which costs $500-$2,000 per night, can be booked using Hilton Honors points. This would make your room rate free!

It depends on each person, but 4-5 days is the typical duration if you’re staying in 1 resort. If you’re staying at 2 properties, expect to spend 8-10 days in the Maldives.

The underwater hotel room, known as The Muraka, is located at Conrad Maldives Rangali Island. This room can be booked for $50,000 per night with a 4-night minimum stay.