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Radisson Blu Resort Maldives Wins the Title of ‘The Best Luxury Hotel in Maldives’

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Radisson Blu Resort Maldives secured the title of The Best Luxury Hotel in the Maldives in the Luxury Lifestyle Awards 2021.

After opening in August 2020, the Radisson Blu Resort Maldives is the first of its kind to make this tropical location it’s home. With the Indian Ocean providing a breathtaking backdrop, the hotel is ideally suited for providing the best experiences for its guests. The mix of indulgent villas, lavish and varied dining experiences alongside world-class service secured the title of The Best Luxury Hotel in the Maldives in the Luxury Lifestyle Awards 2021.

Judges were overwhelmed with the attention to detail, along with the team’s dedication to creating cherished memorable experiences for each guest. Spacious villas include attention to the interior decor that would be expected from a 5 Star resort. Guests can choose from various villa options, all with private pools, many located overwater for that ultimate ocean experience.

Radisson Blu Resort Maldives is the first of our hotels to be opened in this tropical destination. Without the dedication of our team of staff, we couldn’t have achieved this accolade. It’s their dedication to providing memorable experiences using the best hospitality practices that set our properties apart.

General Manager of Radisson Blu Resort Maldives, Zafer Agacan.

The culinary journey takes guests from the Japanese to the Mediterranean, each delighting and tantalizing the taste buds. There is a choice of four venues from which guests may choose. The Raha restaurant provides a relaxed and informal option, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner and delighting guests with flavorful and nourishing dishes. The open-air, relaxed atmosphere of Alifaan specialises in traditional Mediterranean dishes.

The design has natural tones and mixed seating around a central show kitchen, where chefs entertain guests with open-air cooking over flames. Kabuki restaurant celebrates the theatre of Japanese cooking techniques and traditions. Culinary delights are prepared and served to guests with some of the freshest ingredients. More formal dining is at The Lab, where a sommelier pairs premium champagnes, wines and cocktails with dinners created by the Chef. Its surroundings are curated to emphasise the intimate setting, and private dining can be provided for up to fifteen guests.

Many guests come to the Maldives to create life long memories, and Mahurab is the perfect late-night spot for indulging in the resort’s wines, cocktails and cigars. For those who are looking for that castaway experience, then Crusoe’s adult-only venue provides a welcome retreat for explorers with views over the Indian Ocean. The Eats & Beats bar lives up to its name with its assortment of sunset cocktails and freshly baked pizzas, creating that ultimate party vibe.

Also read: Inside Radisson Blu’s First Property in the Maldives

The pristine islet of Huruelhi Island lies 105 kilometres from the main Male’s Velana International Airport. Guests can be transferred to the island by seaplane, or domestic flight from Male to Maamigili, where the team will greet and escort the guests to the speedboat for a ride to their new tropical home. Guests are welcome to tailor their holiday to their requirements, from a short weekend stay, extended holiday or destination for their wedding and honeymoon.

All guests can take advantage of an impressive choice of water activities, the treasures of the sea are there to be explored with world-class snorkelling and diving. Recharge at the overwater spa and yoga pavilion. A state of the art gym can help work up an appetite before experiencing the diverse cuisines and dining experiences that the Radisson Blu Resort Maldives provides. For younger explorers, a kids’ club and games room will keep them entertained.

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Guinness World Record Holder Nathaniel Alapide Creates Stunning Sand Art Drawing at Sun Siyam Iru Fushi

Dubai-based and renowned sand artist Nathaniel Alapide astounded guests with his latest masterpiece created at the breathtaking Sun Siyam Iru Fushi. Alapide holds the Guinness World Record for creating the largest sand image. Additionally, he also earns recognition for crafting intricate and mesmerizing sand art creations. This time, Alapide has chosen the pristine shores of Sun Siyam Iru Fushi. His latest collaboration took place at the resort on the 12th of April in celebration of Eid Al Fitr. 

Nathaniel Alapide and His Work

Prior to his visit, Alapide has brought to life an awe-inspiring piece of art. The piece showcased his exceptional talent and creativity to various Sun Siyam Resorts. This was done in celebration of Easter as well, with the expansive beach of the resort serving as his canvas.

Alapide meticulously crafted his sand art, incorporating elements of local culture, marine life, and the serene ambiance of the island. Utilizing only his hands and simple tools, Alapide’s deft touch transformed the grains of sand into a breathtaking visual spectacle.

Working at Sun Siyam Iru Fushi has been an incredible experience. The natural beauty of The Maldives served as the perfect inspiration for my artwork. I am honoured to have had the opportunity to share my passion with guests from around the world, says Nathaniel Alapide.

Alapide’s creation at Sun Siyam Iru Fushi transcended the boundaries of traditional art forms. His artwork embodied the ephemeral beauty and harmony of nature. The intricate details and sheer scale of the sand art left onlookers in awe. Alpadine’s artwork truly captured the essence of the Maldives’ enchanting allure.

We are thrilled to have had Nathaniel Alapide create one of his magnificent sand art pieces at our resort. His ability to capture the essence of the Maldives in his artwork is truly remarkable and aligns perfectly with our commitment to providing unforgettable experiences for our guests says Abdulla Atham – Resort Manager.
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