The Maldives is a nation of an estimated 1,200 islands and can be located around 300 miles from India and Sri Lanka.
A retreat for water sports, Maldives offers phenomenal headquarters for scuba jumping, swimming, cruising, windsurfing, and angling.
Additionally, it’s known for its harmonious and blissful atmosphere, channeling serenity. If you are looking to unwind and get away from your reality, the island’s white-sand shorelines, shimmering oceans, and luxurious hotels are the ideal setting for a vacation of a lifetime.
Expect white sands and a vibrant turquoise-blue ocean, rich manors and a world-class spa – in addition to the appetizing food, you will certainly not be disappointed by the 50 shades of BLUE!
Ithaa is one of the world’s first all-glass restaurants, five meters beneath ocean level at the Conrad Rangali Maldives Island resort, in the Maldives.
The all-encompassing perspective allows guests to indulge in fine foods while enjoying the view of various sea creatures, all without getting your feet wet.
1. Is food expensive?
The array dishes on the menu incorporates a mix between Maldivian and global cooking.
Dishes such as…
- Yellow balance fish with lemongrass and sumac plunging sauce angus
- Hamburger with truffles
- Lord fish with kataifi langoustines
However, they may cost short of what one would expect for a submerged meal. The cost ranges from $120USD and higher- so be prepared to splurge on this experience.
2. Do you have to book in advance?
The restaurant can only host 14 individuals at a time, so be sure to make the reservations with some time to spare- weeks, if not months prior to your stay.
This will allow a seamless experience, whether it be to enjoy a drink or indulge in a full course meal.
3. Do you have to be staying at the resort?
The Ithaa is solely open to the guests of the Conrad Rangali; the one of a kind restaurant can only be experienced by guests of Conrad.
Spread across 3 islands by a bridge, Conrad exhibits numerous forms of architecture, from beachside homes to “ocean estates”, and customary wooden structures roosted on stilts over the turquoise water.
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