Introduction: Whether you seek relaxation or adrenaline, we’ve got you covered.
Make yourself at home in 156 guest rooms and 20 Ocean Pool Villas of our delightful Maldives resort, furnished in tropical style and with the finest amenities – it’s never been easier to slip into the rhythm of idyllic island living this side of paradise.
Sheraton Maldives Full Moon Resort & Spa offers something for everyone. You will feel you belong here from the moment you step into this warm, tropical oasis. Find a haven of pure relaxation or pursue your outdoor passions; the choices here are endless.
Above information is how the hotel presents itself on their website.
Below is my experience based on a one-night stay at the property.
My Arrival Experience: Warm welcome from the staff followed by a welcome drink.
What I Loved: The amazing island. Just look at my photos.
What About the Food: It was OK for the Maldives, but something they could improve. I found the breakfast buffet to be disappointing and without high-quality ingredients. In the Maldives you get what you pay for. You probably have to pay $1.000 a night at Gili Lankanfushi, while Sheraton is around $300 so you just can’t expect the same. Both resorts are however 5-stars.
What About the Service: Better than some of the 5-star resorts like Nika, Paradise Island and Royal Island, while it’s not comparable and far from the level of resorts like Four Seasons and Six Senses.
What About the Rooms: In 2010, I stayed in a beach villa and this time, I stayed in a water villa with comfortable bed, bathtub, separate rain shower and, of course, stunning views. It felt like a Sheraton room with the same amenities and standards you expect from this chain.
Number of Rooms: 176.
Type of Property: Resort.
Facilities: Pool, spa, gym and business centre.
Complimentary Internet: Yes, and at an acceptable speed. Faster internet is chargeable.
My Overall Impression: Good experience. A stunning resort and for the price, you just can’t expect the service and food to be much better than it is. If you can afford more expensive resorts, you can get a better product in the Maldives. There are no any super tricks. In the Maldives, you pretty much get what you pay.