Maldives Stays

The Fairmont Maldives received a prestigious award

Posted on: 9/9/2021, 8:46:58 AM
For its noteworthy sustainability initiatives, Fairmont Sirru Fen Fushi has been awarded the renowned Green Globe Certification. The Maldivian resort is the world's first Fairmont facility to get the prestigious award. Guests will be able to create bespoke presents and mementos using waste generated by the resort as well as pollutants saved from the ocean in a soon-to-open Sustainability Lab.
The Coralarium, created by British eco-artist Jason deCaires Taylor, is the Maldives' first and only coral regeneration initiative in the guise of an underwater art installation. The structure serves as an artificial reef, attracting marine life to the area. Guests are encouraged to assist in the releasing of hatchlings into the ocean, the upkeep of nests, and the planting of important new coral. Turtle Rangers can assist with the collection of critical identifying data from Hawksbill turtles that float around the reef, and if a new turtle is discovered, children can give it a name.
The Fairmont Maldives Sirru Fen Fushi has the Maldives' longest infinity pool. With champagne woods, coral-inspired rugs, and bamboo glass chandeliers, the 120 Luxury Villas are a perfect blend of stylish, subtle Maldivian rustic style. Choose from secluded Beach Villas nestled among the magpies, magnificent Water Villas situated above the Indian Ocean, or secluded Tented Jungle Villas.

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