The Sheraton Maldives Full Moon Resort & Spa has completed their highly anticipated evolution with the addition of 20 new Ocean Villas located on the eastern side of the idyllic island paradise.
The new 20 Ocean Villas, designed by P49 from Thailand, round off the resort’s inventory for a total of 176 rooms. Their private, contemporary design is highlighted by uninterrupted views of the Indian Ocean, spacious outdoor living space, including plunge pool, dining area, hammock, outdoor shower and a large garden seating area. Interiors include the Sheraton Sweet Sleeper bed, a large bathroom with stand alone tub, walk-in closet and more!In addition to the 20 new Ocean Villas, Sheraton Maldives has introduced the following new features to the island in the last 6 months:
156 Newly Renovated Rooms – Sheraton has completed a £8M renovation on all room categories. All upgrades, also designed by P49, include a total soft refurbishment, enhanced lighting and fixtures, re-worked floors and bathroom enhancements.
Feast – The new Sheraton branded interactive buffet with live cooking stations.
Sea Salt – Is Sheraton Maldives Full Moon Resort & Spa’s signature restaurant. Adjacent to the lagoon, guest enjoy al fresco dining while watching our chefs barbeque the finest meats and seafood to perfection in the modern open kitchen setting.
Sand Coast – The revitalized beachside setting features a casual atmosphere with a new a la carte menu and wide range of light meals influenced from neighbouring regions.
Sheraton Adventure Club – The all new complimentary kids club.
Anchorage Bar – It now boasts comfortable day beds and lounges overlooking the Sheraton Maldives’ lagoon.
Shine Spa for Sheraton – Located on its own private island, Sheraton Maldives was proud to debut the world’s first Shine Spa for Sheraton. Shine Spa houses 6 treatment rooms with views of the Indian Ocean, Relaxation Pools and a post-treatment Relaxation Room. Signature treatments are inspired from local influences surrounding the Sheraton Maldives (ocean, beach, flora) while also highlighting modalities from locations along the Silk Route; the Orient, Thailand, India, the Middle East and Mediterranean regions.
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