A Spellbinding Easter Weekend at Fairmont Maldives Sirru Fen Fushi Creates Lasting Memories
The Easter holiday at Fairmont Maldives Sirru Fen Fushi was all about turning magical moments into lifelong memories. The stunning Fairmont Maldives brought the Easter traditions across the Indian Ocean with a touch of tropical vibes blending perfectly into the virgin paradise.
A 1.5-meter-high Easter egg took command of the luxury resort’s white powdery beach during the weeklong Easter celebrations. The art piece is fabricated from recycled materials and surrounded by 70 sustainable hand-painted eggs made from coconuts collected around the island, each representing every Fairmont hotel worldwide.
Easter Sunday was the highlight, with all the children and their parents participating in the island-wide Easter egg scavenger hunt. Andrew Steele, general manager, and Marshall Orton, resort manager, unveiled the final egg to great excitement. Then followed an amazing spread of Easter Sunday brunch comprised of a lavish, rich buffet, satisfying every sophisticated palate. With magnificent acts and all-day family activities were paramount and there was a festive mood the entire Easter celebration, delivered with the warmth of Fairmont Maldives service.
Fairmont Maldives Sirru Fen Fushi is home to the longest infinity pool in the Maldives that leads you to the Coralarium, the Maldives’ first and only coral regeneration project in the form of an underwater art installation by Jason deCaires Taylor. Located on the Shaviyani Atoll, which boasts one of the country’s largest resort lagoon, Fairmont Maldives, Sirru Fen Fushi is more than just your hideaway. Our “secret water island,” as dubbed by the locals. The 120 luxury villas are a seamless blend of chic, understated Maldivian rustic chic with champagne woods, coral-inspired rugs, and bamboo glass chandeliers. Choose from hideaway beach villas set in the magpies, the stunning water villas perched over the Indian Ocean, or castaway tented jungle villas.
Famous for its engaging service, grand public spaces, locally inspired cuisine and celebrated bars and lounges, Fairmont has a worldwide portfolio of more than 75 hotels. It is part of Accor, a world-leading augmented hospitality group offering unique experiences in 5000 hotels and residences across 110 countries.