Wednesday, August 4, 2021

Indian Ocean Islands

At one with nature at Fairmont Maldives
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Perched in the largest resort lagoon in the Maldives, Fairmont Maldives Sirru Fen Fushi offers 600 hectares of glistering waters, powdery white-sand beaches fringed with swaying palms, the Maldivian sun, the salty sea breeze, and a 200-metre infinity pool cutting across the island.


“Europe opening to the rest of the world aids the recovery of the hospitality industry, including the Maldives, as we see an increase in tourists visiting the country”
– Andrew Steele

Tucked within the Shaviyani Atoll in the Indian Ocean the ‘secret water island’ of Fairmont Maldives Sirru Fen Fushi is all set to finally welcome guests from Europe over the summer as border rules start relaxing in the continent.

Andrew Steele, General Manager, Fairmont Maldives Sirru Fen Fushi, says, “I am delighted to see countries opening borders for international travel. Europe opening to the rest of the world aids the recovery of the hospitality industry, including the Maldives, as we see an increase in tourists visiting the country.

“I believe everyone is exhausted with staying at home and anticipating travelling whenever possible, whether to reconnect with families and friends or re-experience beautiful things about life and the world, which Fairmont Maldives Sirru Fen Fushi is all about. Fairmont Maldives is about creating moments and lasting memories."



Fairmont Maldives Sirru Fen Fushi features the Coralarium, the first and only coral regeneration project in the Maldives in the form of an underwater art installation, provides a habitat for marine life. 

Conceptualised by celebrated British environmentalist and eco-artist Jason deCaires Taylor, the half-submerged masterpiece is a visual connector between the aquatic world and the land. The sculptures within act as an artificial reef, encouraging local marine life to thrive.

Attach baby coral fragments to your very own personalised frame planted on the resort’s reef to grow coral and help boost the resort’s coral reef ecosystem. These coral fragments grow and provide the perfect home for small schools of fish.

Explore Fairmont Maldives Sirru Fen Fushi's Coralarium in specially curated and educational snorkelling trips accompanied by the resort's resident marine biologist.

Sunset, dolphins, safari

Aboard a private yacht with some bubbles and easy bite snacks, join a sunset cruise, and sail the calm waters of the Indian Ocean while chasing dolphins during the golden hour.

Split your stay between the luxury water villas and the spacious tented jungle villa, to enjoy the relaxing sounds of the waves during one half of your stay and chirping of tropical birds over another.  




GUESTS stay for free in Water Sunrise Villa when they book Beach Sunrise Villa anytime until September 2021. Each Water Sunrise Villa features oversize copper bathtubs, en-suite indoor bathrooms, relaxation decks and salas, and plunge pools. Enhanced family holiday experience is offered for guests staying in Luxury Family Villas also until September 2021. A complimentary bottle of bubbles, one-time, all-access mini bar, one-time floating breakfast and a relaxing 60-minute Signature Couples Massage per stay await guests until September 2021.

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