It’s the season of romance! So, why not treat yourself and your special someone to a romantic Valentine’s Day escape at Seaside Finolhu. The stunning natural beauty and secluded serenity of the Maldives provide the perfect backdrop for any romantic getaway. Pairing that with Seaside Finolhu’s barefoot chic style and romantic experiences make it the ideal destination for celebrating your love.
From the moment you step on this tropical paradise, the vibrant hues and lush verdant fauna will take your breath away. With a selection of spacious and stylish villas boasting stunning views of the ocean, lagoon or garden, you can choose to enjoy the Maldivian sunsets and vistas however you desire, but always at your leisure and comfort from the lap of luxury.
For an extra special treat, why not spend a romantic night under the stars in our Beach Bubble for a once-in-a-lifetime Dream Eclipse Experience. Located in a secluded spot along Finolhu’s farthest sandbank, the transparent bubble gives couples a glimpse of Heaven. The experience includes a private evening barbecue and breakfast on the beach.
From the toes-in-the-sand dining at Crab Shack and the sensory feasts of Arabian Grill to the epicurean extravagance of Kanusan; Finolhu is famed for taking its guests on a culinary journey of adventure. For the ultimate romantic gesture, Destination Dining is Finolhu’s unique private dining experience; serving the finest gourmet cuisine beneath the stars on a secluded stretch of beach.
Then when the sun comes up on a new day, a floating breakfast for two in your private pool is the perfect way to start your day together. No romantic break on Seaside Finolhu would be complete without a sunset cruise. Meanwhile, more adventurous couples can try their hand at a wide choice of water sports. Or explore the stunning reefs and marine life of the Baa Atoll UNESCO biosphere reserve on snorkelling excursions and dive trips.
So, celebrate romance on Valentine’s Day (or any day of the year!) at the breathtaking Seaside Finolhu; where love is always in the air.
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