NewsApril 9, 2024

Introducing: Sirru Fen Fushi – Private Lagoon Resort

Sirru Fen Fushi, a private island in the Maldives’ remote Shaviyani Atoll, will now operate as an independent luxury resort after six successful years with Fairmont Hotels and Resorts, under the name Sirru Fen Fushi – Private Lagoon Resort. From May 1st, Sirru Fen Fushi will be joining the esteemed Leading Hotels of the World portfolio. 

As it enters this exciting new phase, the resort will continue its commitment to personalised experiences and heartfelt, intuitive service, with sustainability and a deep care and appreciation for its pristine island environment at its core. Distinctive in design and character, Sirru Fen Fushi is not a cookie-cutter Maldivian escape: with the largest natural resort lagoon in the archipelago, world-class facilities, including the Maldives’ longest infinity pool, and a uniquely remote positioning, meaning it is minimally overlooked. 


About Sirru Fen Fushi – Private Lagoon Resort 

Sirru Fen Fushi (meaning secret water island in the local language) houses a 9km kaleidoscope coral house reef, an abundance of flourishing native marine life, and the Coralarium – the Maldives’ first and only coral regeneration project in the form of a semi-submerged art installation. On land, luxury villas boast a beachfront or jungle setting, while overwater villas offer direct access to the lagoon, the interiors of each echoing the natural beaches that fringe the island. The Maldives’ longest infinity pool sits at the island’s heart, along with a relaxing spa and a selection of gastronomic restaurants, from sustainably caught seafood at Azure to Japanese fare at Kata. Personalised experiences include beachfront yoga and an airy art studio to a creative Kids’ Club, and snorkeling expeditions on the house reef. Travellers can turn waste into wonder at the Sustainability Lab, a pioneering project providing bespoke souvenirs, such as turtle-shaped luggage tags, for guests and useful recycled materials for local communities and schools.