Sheraton Maldives Full Moon Resort & Spa

All-access package at Sheraton Maldives Full Moon Resort & Spa...

All-access package at Sheraton Maldives Full Moon Resort & Spa

Featuring 176 guest rooms, seven on-site restaurants, a kids’ club and Shine Spa, this private island resort is perfect for the entire family. Set on Furanafushi Island, surrounded by private beaches and a lagoon, the accommodation options range from Water Bungalows to Beach Front Cottages and Ocean Pool Villas.  


All-access package for one price, starting from US$490 (about A$645) per person per night.


Speedboat return airport transfers, unlimited dining, free-flowing beverages in resort restaurants and bars, mini bar, unlimited Shine Spa massages, pedicures and manicures for two, full range of water sport activities such as parasailing, jet skiing, scheduled dive trips and excursions.

*Valued at US$900 (about A$1185) per person, per night. Regular rates start from US$351 (about A$460) per room, per night. Valid for bookings and stays between 1 September 2016 and 30 September 2017. Minimum stay is three nights.


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Weather to go

Thanks to its location near the equator, the Maldives is tropical destination all year around with the weather rarely dropping below 25°C. The dry season (Iruvai) known as the summer monsoon continues from January to March and sees little rain, low humidity and blue skies. While the winter monsoon (Hulhangu) is the wet season and lasts from mid- May to November.  With rains and storms more likely this is considered the low season, however the weather remains warm and resorts are at their cheapest. The strong winds and subsequent swells also make this a favourite time for surfers to visit.





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