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Patina Maldives, Fari Islands

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  • Food & Drink

    7 restaurants, 3 food trucks, 1 bar and 1 beach club

  • Spa & Recreation

    Spa, 24-hour gym, Watsu pool, Fari Marina Village, biohacking

  • Food & Drink

    7 restaurants, 3 food trucks, 1 bar and 1 beach club

  • Spa & Recreation

    Spa, 24-hour gym, Watsu pool, Fari Marina Village, biohacking

A place where nature and inspiring architecture harmoniously coexist, Patina Maldives offers a fresh haven for progressive travelers who seek authentic experiences in a pocket of seclusion.

Suites & Villas

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Patina Maldives Fari Islands Rooms

Architecture Marcio Kogan

Patina Maldives Fari Islands Architecture

Architecture Marcio Kogan

Patina Maldives and Studio MK27 went to great lengths to make the resort as environmentally conscious as possible.

Before the foundations were even laid, Patina Maldives committed to having no single-use plastics on site—even construction workers used refillable bottles—while 16,800 trees and 320,000 shrubs were transplanted from islands that were due to be cleared for industrial purposes.

Interior design Outside in

Patina’s environmental stance extends to the material palette used throughout the interiors...

with woods, linens, rattan, paper cord, and natural fibers in different muted colors complementing gray stone flooring, whitewashed timber strips, and wooden slatted ceilings. Artwork ranges from intricately handcrafted design pieces to big-name works such as “Skyspace”, an installation by world-renowned U.S. artist James Turrell. The buildings exterior spaces, meanwhile, artfully echo the flowing fronds of the embracing palms.

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Patina Maldives Fari Islands The Originals

The Originals Marcio Kogan

“I ended up becoming the opposite of what I had imagined.”

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Well-being Flow and energy

Well-being Flow and energy

Using a wellbeing philosophy called Flow, the spa cultivates a life-affirming vitality that amplifies your connection with nature’s divine intelligence.

Within a soulful space, therapeutic prowess and scientific technologies create a relaxing environment. Treatment suites include couple’s hammam beds and a room dedicated to the practice of Watsu. A floatation zone soothes mind and body. Saunas and cold showers enable the vascular and cognitive benefits of contrast hydrotherapy. Indulge also in a high and low-impact workout classes, aqua cycling, yoga, paddle boarding, massages, and more.

Food & Drink A gastronomical journey

Using a handpicked ensemble of fine cuisine, the resort presents 12 dining concepts that foster a universal connection through food.

Time-honoured techniques and the freshest ingredients inform the many dining options at Patina Maldives. Roots offers plant-based meals centred around nutritious, organic, and homegrown produce. Kōen presents a theatrical marriage between Japanese and Nordic cuisine. Brasa delights with rustic grilled meat dishes from the Patagonia region. Helios captures the flavors of the Aegean. And lighter fare is available at still more eateries.

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This hotel is featured in Taste and Place: The Design Hotels Book.

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Design

An Artful Voyage Through Patina Maldives

Who isn’t inspired by paradise? The arresting works of legendary American artist James Turrell, renowned Brazilian photographer Cássio Vasconcellos, and New York-based textile artist Hiroko Takeda, among others, at Patina Maldives, Fari Islands is proof that nature is the grandest muse.

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Sustainability Keeping an eye on our Conscious Hotel Principles

“From zero-waste kitchens to nurturing next-generation respect for the environment, Patina Maldives is driven by our commitment to perpetuality.”

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Architecture

Patina Maldives is a radical example of biophilic design. During construction, energy consumption was reduced by an estimated 12% through sustainable practices.

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Waste

Locally sourced, biodegradable, and reusable materials were used wherever possible. The resort has its own bio-digesters for composting organic waste.

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Energy

Patina is the first resort in the Maldives with a 100% solar-powered kids’ club, recreation center, and dive center all powered by Swimsol offshore solar panels.

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Water

All drinking water on the island will also be produced and bottled in-house with on-island water bottling plant, Nordaq.

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Products & Produce

The resort has built an on-island organic permaculture garden, which guests are encouraged to explore, where fresh vegetables and herbs will be cultivated.

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Culture

Locals and guests from surrounding islands are invited to experience the art on the island.

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Recreation

Patina has brought a team of experts to bring disruptive creativity to sustainable guest programming. For example, there will be regular beach clean-ups both on-resort and on neighboring local islands. For every stay, 10kg of marine plastic will be collected, cleaned, and repurposed into Parley ocean plastic material.

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Healthy Workplace

Set on a neighboring island, The Fari Campus was purpose-built for staff and designed to foster a sense of belonging and community with a range of recreational facilities, comfortable living quarters, and a vocational training program.

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Accessibility

The resort’s energy-positive ethos is demonstrated by participation in global carbon sequester programs that neutralize its carbon output.

 

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Location

Location

Asia / Pacific
Maldives
North Malé Atoll

Patina Maldives, Fari Islands
Fari Islands
North Malé Atoll
Maldives

Facts & Facilities

  • Temperature today

    28°C / 82°F