This luxury class resort, situated on North Ari Atoll, is located 42 kilometers from the island of Male. The hotel is situated 42 kilometers from the airport, which is about 25 minutes by seaplane. The hotel offers limitless opportunities to snorkel or dive and also includes a world-class dive school. The hotel boasts 14 Standard Bungalows, 28 Superior Rooms, 46 Beach Bungalows, and 24 Water Bungalows. Except Standard Bungalows, all the other rooms feature stunning views of the sapphire waters of the Indian Ocean. The hotel features an on-site restaurant that serves an a la carte menu in a lavish atmosphere. Chaaya Reef Ellaidhoo Resort is perfect for travelers that want an ideal holiday location.
The Spa comprises of 3 Double Treatment Rooms, 1 Single Treatment Room, a Manicure / Pedicure Salon and a Lounge area. One of the double rooms features walls of mirrors, creating an extraordinarily magical atmosphere and the soft, serene music enhances that already peaceful ambience, making you want to linger here as long as possible. This Spa is unique. Step in from the water onto the soft white sand inside the Spa!
Malamathi Restaurant and Bar
This restaurant serves buffet style & caters exclusively for residents of the Water Bungalows. In addition the spectacular outer deck by the pool with a view of the ocean is an al-fresco A-la-carte dining option for all, our resident guest. The fare served includes a diverse selection of fresh seafood & culinary creations of our Chefs with a selection of wines to complement this dining experience.
Mealtime is always an enjoyable occasion at the Madi Restaurant with a wide choice of delicious spreads from around the world served buffet style for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
The main bar in the island, overlooking the Indian ocean, an ideal place to let a tropical cocktail melt in your hand while you take in a breathtaking sunset from the open air deck or watch the stingrays that swim in daily at around 6.30 pm, remember to have your camera with you as watching these denizens of the ocean feeding at sunset is definitely a memory worth taking back with you