Sheraton Maldives Full Moon Resort & Spa introduces private island takeover

Sheraton Maldives Full Moon Resort & Spa has introduced a private island takeover offer allowing guests to book the entirety of the resort from $130,000 per night.

Located on the private island of Furanafushi in the North Male Atoll, the property features 176 overwater and beach villas, seven restaurants and bars, three freshwater pools and 24-hour spa and fitness facilities.

Guests can book the island exclusively for a minimum of three nights, with capacity for up to 352 guests.

The island buyout package includes roundtrip transfers to and from the airport, daily breakfast, daily $150 dining credit per person valid across all restaurants and bars, 20% off spa services and exclusive use of Jalsaa, Sheraton’s private events space featuring a private garden and outdoor pool.

General manager Emilio Fortini said: “Sheraton has become a gathering place for our guests and locals alike around exciting destinations across the globe. Imagine welcoming all your loved ones, friends and families to your very own exotic private island in the middle of the Indian Ocean, especially at North Male Atoll, home to over 40 world-class diving points and sandbank which can be easily accessed from the resort.

“Guests can also have a first-hand experience to participate in the fun and interactive ‘Adopt a Coral’ program, a coral-fragment plantation activity to promote reef habitats and generate new corals.”

Sheraton Maldives Full Moon Resort & Spa is located a 15-minute speedboat journey from Velana International Airport in Male. 

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