Already making travel plans for after the Covid-19 dust settles? The Ritz-Carlton Maldives, Fari Islands is opening just in time.
With so many national borders closed around the globe, it was a glimmer of hope when the Maldives, that sun-kissed paradise in the heart of the Indian Ocean, began welcoming travellers once again. If some sun, turquoise water, and stilted accommodation is your idea of an escape, then you’re in luck with the Q2 opening of The Ritz-Carlton Maldives, Fari Islands.
This boutique, 100-villa hideaway located on the beautiful North Malé Atoll promises a travel experience that will soothe away the turbulence of the year just past. With a central design theme based on the traditional Maldivian drum, which symbolises the circle of island life, and lines by Kerry Hill Architects, the resort, a 10-minute seaplane (or 45-minute speed boat trip) from the real world, will also be one of the island nation’s most eco-friendly.
The Ritz-Carlton Maldives, Fari Islands‘ stunning villas are built across four islands, and fuse traditional and contemporary elements, from the curved sun decks and private pools to the natural colour palatte and custom-designed furnishings. You’ll be forgiven for never wanting to leave.
However, if you do, you’ll have a dedicated Aris Meeha, or personal host, to organise your journey, from diving excursions or snorkelling on the house reef to a table at the Beach Club or a session at The Ritz-Carlton Spa.
Because after 2020, we think you’ve earned it.
For more Travel inspiration click here.