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Snorkel at night among Jason Decaires Taylor’s illuminated underwater art and coral reefs in the resort’s private lagoon

Why we like it 

  • The rooftop lounge at Kata Japanese restaurant is perfect for a sunset cocktail
  • Swim in the longest pool in the Maldives
  • One of the largest kids’ clubs in the Maldives with a separate teens club
  • Eco-friendly initiatives include coral restoration and tree planting
  • Relax in the serenity pool at the Willow Stream Spa

About Fairmont Maldives Sirru Fen Fushi

Discover the newly-opened Fairmont Maldives Sirru Fen Fushi, aptly translated as ‘Secret Water Island’. Snorkel among coral reefs and a unique display of underwater art in the island’s largest private lagoon. The 120-all villa resort lies in 16 hectares of white sandy beach overlooking the turquoise Indian Ocean.

Be one of the first to explore the semi-submerged museum created by artist Jason Decaires Taylor. The art and coral reefs are gently lit at night providing you with the chance to snorkelling under the stars with marine biologists.

You can choose from a romantic beach or water villa each with its own private pool, or treat the children to the excitement of a tropical tented jungle villa. The 200-metre swimming pool which runs the length of the resort, is sure to be a hit with all the family. Ice-cool drinks and fragrant baths can all be arranged by your butler.

Live the dream and stay in an over-water villa. From the luxury of your over-size copper bath tub you can hear the lapping of the waves below. Enjoy a seamless transition between the cool suite and outdoor living space which includes a ladder for you to slip into the sea. Lying in the shade of the mangroves is the beach villas featuring indoor and outdoor bathrooms.

Enjoy traditional Maldivian dishes when you eat at Raha Market or sample a sushi supper at Kata Japanese fine dining restaurant before toasting the day with a sake sundowner on the rooftop bar.