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Topo Design Studio spa revamp follows resort renovation at Sheraton Maldives
POSTED 21 Oct 2019 . BY Stu Robarts
The spa renovation follows a larger $20m (€18m, £15m) renovation carried out at the resort last year
"The design team have focused on maintaining the resort's rich and unique Maldivian heritage, whilst also modernising the property to enhance guests' experience."
– Emilio Fortini
A $470,000 (€422,000, £362,000) spa renovation is being carried out by Topo Design Studio at the Sheraton Maldives Full Moon Resort, with treatment villas being revamped and an upgrade to the VIP suite.

Topo's work follows a larger $20m (€18m, £15m) renovation they carried out at the resort last year that saw room categories revised, gardens restyled and events spaces updated.

They also introduced a contemporary twist on Maldivian architecture to the resort, which is being pulled through into the spa as part of its renovation.

All of the spa's treatment villas are being updated, with an outdoor deck being added to each. Its two hydrotherapy pools, two relaxation lounges and steam rooms are also being updated.

A brand new yoga pavilion is being built and a steam room, outside area and relaxation zone are being added to the VIP suite.

"The team at Sheraton Maldives Full Moon Resort & Spa believes it is important to continue to ensure that the property goes above and beyond the standards expected of a five-star resort without losing the feel of their surroundings," general manager Emilio Fortini told CLAD.

"As the third eldest resort in the Maldives, dating back to 1937, the design team has focused on maintaining the resort's rich and unique Maldivian heritage, whilst also modernising the property to enhance guests' experience."

The spa renovation began in early August and is expected to complete by December 2019.
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Sheraton Maldives Full Moon Resort & Spa is situated on the private island of Furanafushi in the Maldives
Work began in early August and is expected to complete by December 2019
The renovation work is being carried out by Topo Design Studio
Water Villas at the Sheraton Maldives resort
A two-bedroom Water Villa bathroom at the Sheraton Maldives resort
A two-bedroom Water Villa bedroom at the Sheraton Maldives resort
A two-bedroom Water Villa living room at the Sheraton Maldives resort
A two-bedroom Water Villa terrace at the Sheraton Maldives resort
A two-bedroom Water Villa at the Sheraton Maldives resort
The fitness centre at the Sheraton Maldives resort
A relaxation room at the resort's spa
The Sheraton Club Lounge pool at the resort
A pool at the Sheraton Maldives resort
A meeting space at the Sheraton Maldives resort
Outside dining at the Sheraton Maldives resort
The main bar at the Sheraton Maldives resort
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Topo Design Studio spa revamp follows resort renovation at Sheraton Maldives
POSTED 21 Oct 2019 . BY Stu Robarts
The spa renovation follows a larger $20m (€18m, £15m) renovation carried out at the resort last year
The design team have focused on maintaining the resort's rich and unique Maldivian heritage, whilst also modernising the property to enhance guests' experience.
– Emilio Fortini
A $470,000 (€422,000, £362,000) spa renovation is being carried out by Topo Design Studio at the Sheraton Maldives Full Moon Resort, with treatment villas being revamped and an upgrade to the VIP suite.

Topo's work follows a larger $20m (€18m, £15m) renovation they carried out at the resort last year that saw room categories revised, gardens restyled and events spaces updated.

They also introduced a contemporary twist on Maldivian architecture to the resort, which is being pulled through into the spa as part of its renovation.

All of the spa's treatment villas are being updated, with an outdoor deck being added to each. Its two hydrotherapy pools, two relaxation lounges and steam rooms are also being updated.

A brand new yoga pavilion is being built and a steam room, outside area and relaxation zone are being added to the VIP suite.

"The team at Sheraton Maldives Full Moon Resort & Spa believes it is important to continue to ensure that the property goes above and beyond the standards expected of a five-star resort without losing the feel of their surroundings," general manager Emilio Fortini told CLAD.

"As the third eldest resort in the Maldives, dating back to 1937, the design team has focused on maintaining the resort's rich and unique Maldivian heritage, whilst also modernising the property to enhance guests' experience."

The spa renovation began in early August and is expected to complete by December 2019.
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Sheraton Maldives Full Moon Resort & Spa is situated on the private island of Furanafushi in the Maldives
Work began in early August and is expected to complete by December 2019
The renovation work is being carried out by Topo Design Studio
Water Villas at the Sheraton Maldives resort
A two-bedroom Water Villa bathroom at the Sheraton Maldives resort
A two-bedroom Water Villa bedroom at the Sheraton Maldives resort
A two-bedroom Water Villa living room at the Sheraton Maldives resort
A two-bedroom Water Villa terrace at the Sheraton Maldives resort
A two-bedroom Water Villa at the Sheraton Maldives resort
The fitness centre at the Sheraton Maldives resort
A relaxation room at the resort's spa
The Sheraton Club Lounge pool at the resort
A pool at the Sheraton Maldives resort
A meeting space at the Sheraton Maldives resort
Outside dining at the Sheraton Maldives resort
The main bar at the Sheraton Maldives resort
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