Located in the North Male Atoll of the Maldives, set within its own magical lagoon, Huvafen Fushi, or ‘Dream Island’, provides the utmost privacy whilst successfully delivering the most exacting standards of luxury and impeccable service: a natural wonderland where the stunning environment, above and below the waterline, is an attraction in itself.
Featuring some of the largest rooms in the Maldives, the resort's 43 'naturally modern' bungalows combine contemporary design with traditional Maldivian style. Each air-conditioned bungalow has its own secluded oasis and freshwater pool. All have been fitted out with every conceivable luxury, including over-size beds, an espresso machine, private bar, Frette linen, day beds, plasma screen and Bose surround sound system with DVD player. Beach Bungalows have direct access onto the beach, while guests staying in Ocean or Lagoon Bungalows can step straight into the crystal clear waters from their own private deck. A private Butler and full room service are available 24 hours a day.
You can indulge in head-to-toe pampering at the resort's Aquum Spa, the first spa in the world to feature underwater, glass-walled treatment rooms. The spa menu has been created using tailored products, all of which are non-petrochemical and use the finest medicinal plants, herbs, seaweed extracts and oils. Or be whisked away by speedboat or private dhoni to the pure white sands of 'Loabi Finolhu', or Love Island, a truly romantic retreat. Other activities include non-motorised water sports, sunset fishing trips, big game fishing and sand bank snorkeling. There's also an infinity-edge swimming pool where guests are provided with complimentary cold towels, spray mist and fruit canapés, a yoga and meditation pavilion, the 'Lonu Veyo' outdoor natural salt water flotation pool, an over-water gymnasium with world-class personal trainers to assist you and a PADI diving school.
As the sun sets, sample one of Huvafen Fushi's many designer cocktails at UMbar, before savouring the finest catch of the day at Salt, just one of the four very individual and intimate restaurants on the island, where you can dine under a star-filled sky, in your own dining cove, set directly over the clear azure blue of the Indian Ocean.