Sun Siyam, located in the unspoilt Noonu Atoll in the Maldives is a dream destination that will delight the most demanding travelers in search of luxury and comfort.
Sun Siyam is located on the 5,2-hectares island of Iru Fushi, 45 minutes flying time from Mahé. After flying over the lavish Maldivian panoramas, you will discover when you arrive on land a beautiful lagoon surrounded by turquoise waters with an exceptional marine life, surrounded by beautiful beaches with dazzling white sand stretching out of sight. In its heart, the lush vegetation with coconut palms, proudly raising towards the pristine blue sky… so many earthly beauty will leave you breathless.
Sun Siyam was showcased at ILTM tradeshow in Cannes in December 2015.
Sun Siyam, 5-star hotel in a corner of paradise
It is here, in this paradise on the other side of the world, that you find one of the most beautiful hotels in the Maldives, the 5-star Sun Siyam Iru Fushi. Between ocean and wilderness, this resort will open the doors of its luxury getaway and invite you to experience a fabulous intimate holiday in a mixed atmosphere of escape and life size dream. It will be the idyllic refuge for lovers or families in search of serenity.
Luxury without moderation
The 5-star Sun Siyam Iru Fushi resort includes different types of villas: some are built along the beach, half buried in the tropical vegetation and others, the Beachs Villas sit on stilts, overlooking the lagoon turquoise waters.
They are shaped like two pretty moon crescents extending over the clear waters of the Indian Ocean. These large round huts are made of cement and covered with a beautiful wood frame, shaped like an inverted ship’s hull with thatched roof.
Amazing view over the horizon
The Maldivian-style décor is refined and contemporary. A large bed occupies part of the space. The headboard serves as a separation wall for wardrobes, dressing table and sofas. There is also a desk, a home cinema, a 32-inch satellite TV, an audio system and free high-speed internet access.
All villas have a bathroom opening to the outside, with whirlpools and a private garden with stunning views over the horizon and the Indian Ocean.
And, ultimate luxury, in the lounge, the glass floor enables you to admire the seabed and its rich aquatic life. Coming out to the beach, you would be pleasantly surprised by the beautiful round terrace sheltered by the bow of the hull structure and embellished with a large day bed paved with pillows.
Private pool built with lava stone
For more comfort, you can opt for the Deluxe Beach Villa with their own gazebo, or the Pool Villa Beach if you like lounging by your private pool built with lava stone. In this wonderful place with the traditional style, you will spend most of your time strolling on the white sandy beaches, swimming in crystal clear water and feast on seafood. At the end of the pier, you will be greeted by the smile of hostesses and a fresh Japanese fashion ochibori and you will just have to walk in the sand to reach the reception of the Sun Siyam.
Wellbeing and flavors
A small private road through banana and coconut trees will lead you to a spacious Spa, the largest in the Maldives. It has the particularity to combine Western philosophy to oriental practices by offering 20 treatment rooms with tropical setting.
A choice of 11 restaurants with refined and varied cuisine will offer a world tour of flavors. Some bars, mini club for your children, a wide range of water sports and leisure, enchanting pools, a center of diving and water sports perfectly equipped complement the offer. You can dive with your fins, mask and snorkel and go to the discovery of an exceptional marine life in this giant aquarium the seabed of the Maldives Islands offer.
If you feel a bit cramped in this little piece of sand, the resort offers many excursions, ideal to become imbued with the Maldivian culture. With family, friends or lovers, the Sun SiyamIru Fushi will certainly give you plenty to smile about.
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