Fairmont Maldives Sirru Fen Fushi opening in April 2018.

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Located on the island of Gaakoshibee in the northern Shaviyani Atoll, the all villa ultra-luxurious Fairmont Maldives Sirru Fen Fushi is planned to open in April 2018. Offering 120 luxury villas on one of the largest resort lagoons in the Maldives, Sirru Fen Fushi, which means ‘secret water island’, is set on an exceptionally spacious and pristine stretch of white-sanded beach, peppered with opulent water villas overlooking an endless turquoise sea. The décor is as you would expect, luxurious with muted colours, rattan furniture, bathtubs reminiscent of coconut husks and plunge pools just steps away from the white-dressed beds. The resort is set to be ideal for both couples and families and includes luxury tented villa accommodation in a verdant, star-lit grove. The stunning new property will feature the Maldives” first underwater sculpture museum of sculptural art with coral gardening to support protection of Maldives coral reefs, created by British artist, Jason deCaires Taylor.

Fairmont Maldives Sirru Fen Fushi will be a truly special addition to an area already famed for its natural beauty. The resort can be reached by seaplane that takes 55 minutes from Velana International Airport. SC Capital Partners Group, a Singapore-based institutional real estate private equity investment firm acquired Gaakoshibee from ADK Travels Pvt Ltd of Maldives for an undisclosed amount. Since then, they have spent over USD 100 million on the property.

Fairmont’s passion is to connect guests to the very best of the destinations, and its new Maldives’ offering will bring a new level of beauty and luxury to the region. Through exceptional service and experiences, Fairmont Maldives promises a focus on its strong connections to the earth, the community and ourselves, bringing the essence of this secret water island to life.