Welcome to Reethi Faru, a luxury escape on the secluded, pristine & private island of Filaidhoo. Experience this one-of-a-kind tropical island paradise, where the glistening crystal clear ocean meets the endless white coral sand and where its lush foliage turns it into a truly magical lagoon escape. From the moment you step into its crystal clear light blue waters stretching across the soft sands, we are sure you’ll feel immersed into tranquility. A truly magical yet unique place where you can choose from a plethora of experiences to enjoy during your stay.
Special attention has been paid to the design and location of each of our 150 villas in order to give you the perfect stay at our resort. Our luxury villas are ideal for seasoned holiday makers wondering where to stay in Maldives. From family-friendly accommodation to perfectly situated romantic hideaways, you will find a fully serviced villa that meets all your needs and desires.
Our five restaurants and four bars, created by our Executive Head of Food and Drink, Chef Sreekant, and his international team, offer the most delectable, authentic Maldivian dishes, alongside live grills, boutique international cuisine, wood fired pizza and tandoori ovens.
Mouth-watering cocktails, fresh fruit smoothies, a comprehensive international drinks menu and exquisite fine wines are on offer, complete with beachside service. Whatever your mood you’ll find something to suit your taste and keep you coming back for more.
Dine in a variety of settings from enjoying a fresh smoothie by the pool with views of the stunning ocean to sharing a romantic dinner on the beach in your own personal cabanas or even indulging in magnificent seafood dishes in an over water restaurant in Maldives; Reethi Faru Resort offers you an unparalleled resort dining experience for you and your loved ones on holiday.
The wonderfully high ceilings and position of the buildings ensure that our guests will stay cool and comfortable due to the natural breeze. As part of our commitment to conservation our bar counters are made of lovingly restored local wood, integrating the new with the surrounding habitat to feel at one with nature.