The prestige title of being the leading luxury spa resort in Maldives has been passed on to The Sun Siyam Iru Fushi Maldives.
12th Annual World Luxury Hotel Awards gala held at AYANA Resort and Spa in Bali awarded the country level award to the resort on November 10.
The Sun Siyam Iru Fushi, the crowned possession in The Sun Siyam Resorts’ collection, is located in the northern Noonu Atoll, and is reachable by a 40-minute seaplane flight from the Maldives main airport; Velana International Airport.
Apart from being a being a sanctuary of natural beauty, The Spa by Thalgo at The Sun Siyam Iru Fushi is an open immersion in organic earth and vibrant sea, the elements which contribute to the powerful Ayurvedic healing dated back to centuries.
The Spa by Thalgo France has idealized this ancient holistic tradition, blending its limitless knowledge and present-day practices found from both East and West. As an Ayurvedic Doctor tends to the guests during their personalized journeys to wellness, the expert gurus in traditional massage, authentic Maldivian-inspired rituals and world-renowned wellness practices finely honed knowledge with a naturally healing touch.
All this takes place in a setting that reflects the natural richness of the island. Wood, stone, water and light — all the fundamental elements of the earth — come together in perfect harmony in the design of the spa’s 20 treatment rooms, which are supplemented by hydrotherapy pools, steam rooms and saunas. Additionally, dedicated relaxation areas are depicted as natural sanctuaries, allowing guests a rest to become whole again.
World Luxury Hotel Awards, established in 2006, is the summit of achievement in the luxury hotel industry offering international recognition as voted by guests, travelers and industry players alike. Over 300,000 international travelers vote each year, during a four-week period to select the winners. Luxury hotels have the opportunity to participate in the World Luxury Hotel Awards by entering hotel categories that showcase their unique selling points and destinations.