With an amazing setting on a 5-hectare private island, the Club Rannalhi is part of the Adaaran resort chain in the Maldives, offering 34 water bungalows in addition to 96 beach bungalows. Those who've come for snorkeling or diving will enjoy the fabulous reef just off the island, and there are plenty of other water sports and activities for non-divers as well.
Club Rannalhi is in the moderate price category for overwater bungalows in the Maldives, and can be even better value if you choose their full-board or all-inclusive option, the latter of which includes alcohol. The bungalows themselves are quite large as well, with a new section having recently been built.
Reviews for the Adaaran Club Rannalhi are mixed at best with reviewers differing in opinions. Maintenance problems seem to abound, which is not something you expect at a 4-star resort in the Maldives. The staff also seems to have some problems as a few guests stated that they were less than friendly and lacked knowledge. This however could be something temporary as maybe the staff is new and still in training.
Many reviews do mention that the reefs near the island are amazing, and the setting itself is spectacular. Quite a few guests also report being extremely happy with their stay, so it seems a tough call, but generally you are likely to find other resorts in the Maldives that seem to be more consistent.