Maldives, the small Asian country which allures tourist from all over the world, will get one more luxury resort at the Noonu Atoll. Maldives Promotion House - Cheval Blanc, the luxury hospitality brand developed by LVMH Hotel Management, a specialist entity of the LVMH Group in charge of the hotel activities, has confirmed the opening of its new Maison on the private island of Randheli, in 2013.
Designed by architect Jean-Michel Gathy, architecture of the hotel is combinations the traditional local culture with contemporary aesthetics, which resulted in a soothingly calm design with exquisite furnishing, warm color palettes and features that make you feel like at home.
Cheval Blanc Randheli will consists of 45 stunning villas, all arranged to ensure that the scenic setting is left unspoiled, while on the inside, plush décor, elaborate glass walls and a touch of natural green ensure that you are always connected with the spectacular setting outside.
Visitors to the Cheval Blanc Randheli will be treated to Michelin-class dining courtesy of chef Yannick Alléno at The 1947, an on-site restaurant offering fine French cuisine. Three other restaurants will offer seafood-fare with Japanese, Iberian and other dishes from around the world.
Randheli island is a true haven of lush vegetation with century-old palm trees shelter delicate ephemeral flowers creating a luxuriantly verdant decor which changes with every season to provide a renewed sense of discovery time and over again.
The Cheval Blanc Randheli Hotel will open in 2013 as one of the premiere resort destinations in the Indian Ocean, located about 40 minutes by seaplane from Ibrahim Nasir International Airport in Malé. This will be the second Maison in the Cheval Blanc portfolio. Its sister property Cheval Blanc Courchevel opened in 2006 in the prestigious French ski resort.