Madifushi Private Island, the newest luxury resort in Meemu Atoll opened for business on January 17, 2022.
The Minister of Tourism, Dr Abdulla Mausoom, and other ministry representatives attended the inauguration ceremony on Monday night.
Speaking at the occasion, Dr Mausoom emphasized how tourism had the ability to spur growth in Meemu Atoll, a place that had been severely damaged by the 2004 tsunami. He also expressed his congratulations to Madifushi Private Island's administration on their grand opening.
Rejuvenation, relaxation, and peace were at the very centre of the property's culture, according to Steve Ng, Group General Manager of Madifushi Private Island, Hulhule' Island Hotel, and Maldives Inflight Catering. “We want our guests to be able to step away from their busy lives, to unwind and reconnect with nature,” he said. “It’s not about the product anymore. It’s about how our guests feel when they step foot onto this island and the memories that they take back with them. That’s what we’re focusing on.”
A quick 35-minute seaplane ride takes you to Madifushi Private Island, which is secluded amid a vast blue lagoon. This unspoiled seaside retreat has 80 beach and overwater villas in total, and it is a nature-focused property created to coexist with its surroundings. These private retreats include a terrace that leads to a private pool, access to the palm-lined shore, or a vantage point over the Indian Ocean with views of the sunset or sunrise.
Enjoy the various delectable eating options available on Madifushi Private Island, from beachfront snacks to exclusive in-villa meals. You'll be spoiled for choice at Bluefin, an all-day eating establishment, with its delectable international cuisines, including Italian, Mediterranean, and Asian dishes. Fahrenheit is a speciality restaurant with a volcano motif that serves sizzling, mouthwatering steakhouse grills of surf and turf. Additionally, the Splash Bar and the Mojito Bar both have a sizable assortment of traditional and international cocktails, making them great options for those wishing to escape the oppressive Maldivian heat.
In contrast, Mandara Spa gives visitors a full sensory experience. The all-natural therapies offered here are inspired by ancient Asian health and beauty customs, which come from societies that value refinement and the blessings of nature. A spa boutique, a relaxation area, dry and wet saunas, and treatment rooms with highly qualified professionals are among the amenities available.