Celebs, town slickers and trend setters - anyone whose paradise could be a buzzy modern setting. Huvafen Fushi is that the Maldives' answer to the Touessrok on Mauritius.
Due to open one could, we tend to got a sneak preview that proved Huvafen Fushi is near to create huge waves within the Maldives. For starters, it's the primary underwater spa treatment rooms, with glass walls for marine viewing which complete relaxation expertise. There are over-water treatment rooms with glass floors and an out of doors salt-water flotation pool in addition as a large infinity-edged swimming pool where guests can get complimentary cold towels, spray mist and fruit canapes.
The forty four rooms, kitted out with fashionable, horny furniture in cream, brown and beige with scores of lightweight colored wood, are divided between the island and over-the-water pontoons. Unusually for the Maldives, all accompany a non-public pool. Beach bungalows get their own patch of sand and have loos gap out onto plunge pools during a walled garden with a deck for sunbathing and Thai massage. There are scores of high-tech gizmos, from remote-controlled lightweight switches to giant plasma screen televisions.
Those staying in over-the-water villas will settle down in their non-public plunge pool or just jump into the nice and cozy ocean surrounding them. The water is that the key theme here - all rooms have a ocean read, and there is an over-the-water restaurant whose roof is formed to appear like an upturned dhoni hull, in addition as an over-the-water gym and yoga pavilion. Expect to envision an underwater bar inside a year.
Being massaged within the underwater spa, with its jellyfish-style lights and relaxing atmosphere.
Snags: though all of them have non-public pools, squeezing forty four rooms on an island 350m by 150m may well be many too several.
forty three non-public bungalows and pavilions.
Non-public beaches, infinity pool, boat fleet, water sports, diving centre, spa, gym, yoga pavilion, boutique, library, free WiFi. In rooms, plunge pool, LCD TV, DVD/CD player, bar, low maker, Frette linen, Bose sound system, preloaded iPod and dock.
The massive lagoon-like infinity-edged pool bleeds into the watery horizon of the Indian Ocean and is surrounded by four-poster day beds; by night, it's romantically lit with fibre-optic lights and reflects the inky sky.
Huvafen Fushi is aware of that aspect its bread is buttered on, and takes nice care of its marine surroundings. It supports coral-reef rehabilitation comes and sustainable native businesses, and encourages guests to offset their carbon emissions