Huvafen Fushi

From £3209 per person  

Includes flights includes flights

With the sublime underwater treatment rooms at Pearl Spa, raw-food dining options and a unique saltwater flotation pool, the promise of rejuvenation awaits at this award-winning adults-only Maldives resort.

Huvafen Fushi

Huvafen Fushi is paradise personified. With its own exclusive lagoon, this desert island getaway is the perfect chic-boutique Indian Ocean resort. You’ll be spell-bound by the magnificent views of the tranquil, turquoise sea and comforted by the super-soft white sands that frame this exclusive resort on the North Malé Atoll.

This idyllic five-star spa resort offers exceptional service in sophisticated surroundings. The Huvafen Fushi is not somewhere you will go to let your hair down. It is somewhere you will go to regain your sparkle and lust for life. With just 44 bungalows and pavilions, the resort is intimate enough for that once-in-a-lifetime honeymoon or that annual treat to recharge the batteries. Sitting within its own exclusive lagoon, the resort has a romantic ambience that few can compete within the Maldives.

If you wish to enjoy the feeling of seclusion, the Huvafen Fushi offers private pools in all of its lavish villas. There’s no need to venture out of the four walls of your accommodation, but if you’re in the mood for rejuvenation, the resort’s innovative spa facilities can take you to new heights. The world-first underwater Pearl Spa is complete with under and over water treatment rooms, steam room and relaxation area featuring hot and cold water therapies.

What’s wonderful about the Huvafen Fushi is that guests can enjoy their time at the resort in their own way. It’s a destination that’s all about personalised experiences, so whether you’re into watersports, beachside dining, deep sea fishing or yoga, this is a resort revered for its creativity in hospitality and unparalleled luxury.

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