Fairmont Maldives Sirru Fen Fushi is your personal hideaway. The resort is more than just a 5 star resort. It is that one magical place where worries are brushed aside and time stops. Relaxation will be your only thing left on your to-do list. Fairmont Maldives is a luxurious escape featuring every modern convenience and luxury one could ask for.
The 120 striking villas with their understated yet sophisticated Maldivian vibe, the white beaches, lush tropical jungle and the never ending views of the Indian Ocean create the perfect picturesque setting for the ultimate vacation. Designed for the ultimate comfort, the villas ensure absolute privacy with exceptional facilities and amenities, and thoughtful 24-hour Villa Host service to make your stay even more memorable.
From a secluded romantic getaway to an unforgettable family holiday, Fairmont Maldives Sirru Fen Fushi provides the perfect setting for a magical holiday.
Fairmont Maldives Sirru Fen Fushi Dive Center
On Fairmont Maldives Sirru Fen Fushi Sub Oceanic is represented by a five star dive operation with an in-house watersports establishment. Located right next to the arrival jetty we are in a prime location to offer you the perfect exploration of underwater wonders. Accompanied by an experienced guide, snorkel or dive with one of the many mantas on our house reef...Read More
Fairmont Maldives Sirru Fen Fushi Watersports Center
There is nothing more enchanting than experiencing a relaxing cruise in search of wild dolphins while viewing the sun set over the Indian Ocean. A visit to the Maldives is not complete without trying to do what all Maldivians love to do: Fishing. Sunset fishing is definitely an excursion to remember while enjoying a cold drink and waiting for your dinner to bite...Read More
Fairmont Maldives – Sirru Fen Fushi: The name translates into "secret island" which is located approximately 230 km North of Male in Shaviyani Atoll. It is nestled in a pristine natural marine environment, undisturbed by development. The seaplane transfer takes 55 mins with an alternate route possible via domestic flight to Hanimaadhoo airport. The destination is in many ways a new frontier, an ancient sheltering point known only to wise seafarers who enjoyed the fair and tranquil waters courtesy of the 600-hectare lagoon that surrounds the island.6.2910° N, 73.0109° E