Fairmont Maldives, Sirru Fen Fushi is a 120 luxury all-villa resort that offers exactly as its name translates – Secret Water Island. The island covers approximately 160,000 sqm (16 hectares) of land and features one of the largest lagoons in the Maldives.
Located on the Shaviyani Atoll in North Maldives, each luxury villa at Fairmont Maldives, Sirru Fen Fushi features a private pool. The property features 200 m of infinity pools as well as luxury safari-style tented villas nestled in the island’s lush interior jungle.
It has Maldives’ first coral regeneration project in the form of an Underwater Art Installation that is created by underwater naturalist and artist Jason deCaires Taylor. The nine kilometer-long house reef is directly accessible from the beach.
Copper bathroom fittings and carved wood detailing on furniture lend the villas a bohemian rustic chic vibe. The unique tented jungle villas offer privacy and a romantic castaway vibe; other guests can also experience the verdant island interiors with glamping BBQs or jungle cinema.
At Fairmont Maldives – Sirru Fen Fushi guests have the choice of 3 restaurants and 3 bars. Dining includes an international all-day dining spot called Raha Market; an over-water Japanese restaurant, sushi bar and sea lounge named Kata, where Chef Dharmen brings creative flair to add modern and Maldivian twists to Japanese dishes; and the over-water fine dining destination, Azure, where fresh seafood and fish-market displays of daily local catches are complemented by fantastic wines and Champagnes.
At the all-bamboo Onu Onu, loungers and fire pits add to the laid-back poolside atmosphere, while sunsets are best enjoyed with a sun-downer at the Kata Roof Top Bar and lounge that overlooks the entire western side of the island.
Willows Stream Spa at the Fairmont Maldives, Sirru Fen Fushi draws its energy and vitality from its natural surroundings. From the tranquil waters of the Indian Ocean to the fragrant herbs in the Maldivian gardens Willow Stream Spa is an oasis to of its own. Balancing the elements earth, air, fire, water and wood puts us in sync with nature’s equilibrium.