The Ritz-Carlton Maldives, Fari Islands debuts as the perfect post-pandemic vacation spot with overwater villas, unparalleled luxury, and a gastronomes paradise


The Fari Islands in the Maldives is an archipelago on the north-eastern tip of North Malé Atoll, a place known for untouched white-sand beaches and brilliant azure waters teeming with marine life. With the opening of the Ritz-Carlton Maldives, Fari Islands it will forever become synonymous with ‘having the time of one’s life’. The first Ritz-Carlton property in the island paradise opened on June 1. The resort invites guests to embrace the beru, or circle of island life and welcomes them into a world of exceptional luxury and memorable experiences. Let’s take a look at the Maldives newest addition, a world of breathtaking natural beauty, legendary service, and memorable cultural experiences:


The resort features 100 luxurious one- to three-bedroom villas, which include spacious living spaces, a sun deck with a private infinity pool and breathtaking views.

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Each room is assigned an ‘Aris Meeha’ or island butler to fulfill a guest’s every wish.


Trust Ritz-Carlton Maldives, Fari Islands to be a gastronomes paradise as they bring the best of high-end dining, beachfront luxury, and wellness-centered menus via seven distinct culinary venues. Out of them, all the family-friendly Beach Shack is inspired by the carefree spirit and relaxed cuisines of the Mediterranean and is an ideal vacation spot.

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For a more refined and memorable experience, the Eau Bar is the perfect setting comprising a laid-back glamorous setting in the company of fresh oysters, caviar, and tableside crafted cocktails.


Other than the culinary island, the hotel includes a large kids’ club, tennis courts, a photography studio (offering equipment rental and a range of classes) and areas for water sports to round out the facilities.

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The resort was designed to keep the reef ecosystem in mind. With the use of prefabricated materials, modern construction techniques, abundant use of solar panels, glazing, and other sustainable methods, this five-star property manages to minimize the carbon footprint.

[Ritz Carlton Maldivies]