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Soneva Fushi Maldives

Soneva Fushi Maldives

Voyada Maldives - Soneva Resorts and Residences recently unveiled its new Children’s Den, located at the Soneva Fushi resort in the Baa Atoll, Maldives.

The Den is unlike any other children’s facility. It has been conceptualised and designed as an imaginative playground for the family with many inspiring, fun activities especially created for children ranging in age from four to those in their teens.

Some of the features of the facility include a 14-metre tunnel clad in roots and branches with hidden surprises, an eight-metre high pirate ship, a DJ corner (where children can become the resident DJ for the Den’s pool parties), a Mocktail Bar, a kitchen for cooking classes, a Lego room with the latest Lego sets and a display area for kids to show off their creations, a music room with a variety of instruments, and a teenage lounge. Furthermore, children can skip on musical piano keys built into the floor to create their own musical melodies.

The Den is the most elaborate children’s facility of any luxury hotel in the world,” said Sonu Shivdasani, Chairman and CEO of Soneva Resorts. “We have spared no effort or expense in making sure that this is a truly spectacular children’s adventure-land and a source of inspiration for our youngest Soneva guests. Our goal was to create a space where families, parents and children could bond and spend some quality time together.”

Other features of the Den include two pools (one for toddlers and one for all other children), a library and cinema room, plus a dress and make-up room provide additional fun for Soneva’s youngest guests.

“With busy executives being time poor, there is an increasingly strong desire for quality family time, especially on vacations. Plus, ensuring that children have the opportunity to learn and experience new things are factors that parents consider very carefully when making booking decisions for family holidays,” Shivdasani concluded.