Conrad Maldives Rangali Island: £270 (GREAT DEAL!)

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Miles recently did a nice job highlighting some of the bargains in the current Hilton sale, but I was having a look myself today and noticed a remarkable deal which is worth flagging in its own right – you can currently book the Conrad Maldives Rangali Island for just £270 per night.

Given that this is one of the top Hilton hotels in the world and that 5* hotels in the Maldives are generally ruinously expensive, this is a superb price – certainly the lowest I can remember seeing.

The Hilton Sale page advertises a rate of £404 as if that’s something to brag about, but much better prices are actually available!

The lowest rates are for dates over the next month or so – with plenty available from just £270 ($357):

Perhaps even better value though, are the much coveted over-water villas, for just £39 per night more!

“Awarded ‘The Maldives Leading Water Villa Resort 2016’ by the World Travel Awards, the Water Villa boasts a private sun deck with jetted plunge pool, outdoor furniture, and steps leading into the turquoise lagoon below.

The standout feature of the Water Villa is the glass desk which is set over glass panels with views into the ocean below. Guests can wake each morning to sunrise across the resort and spend their day with endless snorkeling opportunities straight from the villa or simply sit and relax in the ocean-view bath.

The Water Villa measures 925 sq. ft. in size”

Sounds pretty good…

Bottom line

Obviously ~£300 per night is still a lot of money, and there’s transfer costs and the expensive food/drinks to take into account too – but if you’ve always fancied visiting the Conrad Maldives, you’re unlikely to find a better price.


  1. Adam says

    These prices are great considering the usual price to stay there. One other thing to note when paying cash at Rangali for rooms are that they apply resort taxes per night which can add on quite a bit.
    Redemptions of HH points for rooms there do not attract the taxes.

  2. Alex W says

    You fell for Hilton’s trick. The price they show is not the price, until you go to book. Then there is a 10% service charge, and the taxes are 12% +$6 per person per night. For 2 people in the $357 room that’s nearly 27% extra, total $452.44 per night.

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