Part of the Baa Atoll on the western edge of island nation, Kunfunadhoo Island is one of the biggest in the Maldives archipelago. In 2011, the Baa Atoll was designated a biodiversity reserve by the UNESCO as part of the ongoing efforts to preserve the plentiful reef animals, with stony and soft corals, reef associates fish species, marine turtles, manta rays, whale sharks and more.
Imagine a scene from Robinson Crusoe with an island fringed by white sand beaches and an azure blue sea, yet with the finest creature comforts at hand and world class service. Its remoteness is central to its charm, offering the ultimate in barefoot sophistication with each of its 65 individual eco-chic beach villas a haven of relaxation.
With its own long private beach, the water sports facilities and scuba diving center offer guests of Soneva Fushi countless options for activities in addition to those available through the hotel such as bikes to borrow, observatory, floodlit tennis court, badminton, snooker table, group yoga and tai chi classes and jogging trail.
With a strong focus on responsibility and sustainability, the Soneva Fushi relies as much as possible on locally grown and sourced food ingredients to create their sumptuous organic dishes served at their many restaurants such as Mihettee Mitha, Down to Earth, Fresh in the garden and By The Beach.
To bring their guests the ultimate spa experience on this island paradise, Soneva Fushi have partnered with world renowned experts of the Six Senses Spa, creating a haven of relaxation. An extensive menu of body treatments, specialist traditions and wellness therapies are offered.
The Six Senses Spa fuses the holistic teachings from east and west, blending the traditions for unmatched results. From applying the finest coconut oil and scrubs to the use of hot Tibetan stones, by giving yourself over to the expert therapist you begin a journey of sensory pleasures in the perfect setting.