Cheval Blanc Randheli, located in the unspoiled setting of Noonu Atoll is an intimate, contemporary refuge which offers an experience of luxury, and boasts the Maldives’ only surf simulator.
The Cheval Blanc Randheli Private Island: Accessible by a dedicated jetty, a private island is entirely devoted to this villa just a few minutes from the island. The spectacular dimensions and exclusive features of this villa, including a 25-meter infinity pool inspire a sense of unfettered freedom. The private island makes a perfect refuge that is out of sight and in elegant comfort.
Private Island Spa: Ferried there aboard a traditional dhoni, guests arrive at Spa Cheval Blanc Island, where six treatment villas await to provide guests with tranquility and relaxation, overlooking the translucent waters of the lagoon. A wide range of treatments offered by Guerlain includes two created especially for Cheval Blanc Randhelli- the Sun Ritual and the After Diving Experience.
Only Surf Simulator in Maldives: Cheval Blanc Randheli plays host to the only surf simulator in the Maldives. All guests, from beginners to the most experienced surfers are invited to ride a wave. Guests can play castaway onboard the Azimut, the superb 30m yacht moored at Cheval Blanc Randheli.
All aboard Cheval Blanc Randheli’s Private Seaplane: Welcome to the sleek Twin Otter De Havilland in Cheval Blanc’s signature taupe and yellow shading that whisks guests from Malé to Randheli island. In preparation for the private flight, guests will be welcomed to the Maison’s own seaplane lounge with delicious refreshments and Cheval Blanc espadrilles to begin the holiday in style.
Once on board, the flight is made comfortable and restful with a cooling kit for each guest. With only nine seats, swathed in signature taupe Italian calf leather, and serene white interiors, the seaplane ensures each guest can sit back and relax with wireless headsets and enjoy every moment of the short journey.
Cheval Blanc is the work of the celebrated architect Jean-Michel Gathy. Each villa is a private retreat, aligned at the juncture where lush tropical vegetation meets the turquoise lagoon. A collection of contemporary artworks by Vincent Beaurin complements the design of the resort.
The culinary arts reign at Cheval Blanc Randheli, with lively, varied restaurants ranging from top-end, fine-dining to a Teppanyaki overlooking the ocean. In total, there are five restaurants, four bars and personalised catering to villas or elsewhere under the label “Carte Blanche”.