Ritz Carlton is all set to open doors to a breathtaking resort in the Maldives next year

If a Maldivian getaway with the best of Ritz Carlton hospitality is what you want, that’s what you get! The hotel company in association with Marriot is all set to open doors in the Maldives at a pristine location in the Fari Islands. The property is currently being developed by CPRC, a member of Singapore’s Pontiac Land Group.

Christened as the Ritz-Carlton Maldives Fari Islands, the resort is designed to be a 100-villa property. It is perched in the North Male Atoll and will be accessible either by a 50-minute speedboat ride or a 10-minute seaplane flight from Male International Airport. The Category 8 Bonvoy property will offer guests a luxe experience with white sandy beaches, turquoise lagoons, coral reefs in tow.
Led by Kerry Hill Architects, the luxurious resort boasts spherical design with ocean and lagoon views of the crystal-clear waters. The property is conceptualized because of the fragile reef ecosystem using solar panels and sustainable/natural materials where possible.

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Guests at the resort will get access to seven different restaurants, a full-service spa, and an exclusive Ritz Kids program with many avenues to protect and explore the ocean around them. Rates at the Ritz Carlton Maldives Fari Islands start at $1,350 per night, with an additional $900 transfer cost per person (approximately). Well, although pricey, a post COVID getaway to the Maldives in true Ritz-Carlton style sure doesn’t sound bad!

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