Villa's on the Island
Blending in with the natural ascetics of the Maldivian surroundings, the echo chic design of Soneva Fushi truly adds the sense of being one with nature. The island has a total of 65 thatched-roof villas and eight newly-added overwater villas, all of which are built from wood from sustainable tree farms, and using locally sourced materials, palm-leaf roofs, and even door handles made from used drink cans and recycling on the island's own recycling plant.
The 65 multi-bedroom villas are scattered along the coastline, hidden among thick foliage and overlooking the Indian Ocean. These grand and sophisticated villas are enormous in scale and are classed as among the largest hotel accommodation in the world, and come in one to nine-bedroom private reserves. Many of the villa's designs are inspired by treehouse designs enhancing the feeling that you are marooned on a private island. In keeping with this, each villa has its own garden and stretch of white sand beach, continually prompting a castaway theme.
The newly opened water retreats are the world's largest overwater villas and truly make the most out of the picturesque ocean vistas. These one and two-bedroom retreats are designed to ensure the utmost privacy for guests and are based on the design of Soneva Jani water retreats but differ with interior for a more minimal aesthetic. Each villa comes with its own private pool and of course, a waterslide leading straight blue turquoise waters with unintuitive views to the horizon.