Singapore-based developer launches Maldives resort hub featuring new brand from Capella

Patina Maldives, Fari Islands
Patina Maldives, Fari Islands will be one of three hotels spread across four islands at Pontiac Land's new resort destination

Pontiac Land, a Singapore-based developer, revealed exciting plans for a new elevated resort experience comprising of four islands in the Maldives. The impressive Fari Islands project will be home to three world-class hotels, a marina, beach club, boutique shops and much more on a brand-new archipelago in the North Malé Atoll.

The award-winning Capella Hotel Group launched a new hotel brand – Patina Hotels & Resorts – that will operate one of the three upscale hotels that comprise Fari Islands. The new brand caters to those with a sense of individuality and a deep appreciation of culture and community.

Patina Maldives, Fari Islands was one of three properties unveiled by Capella’s new brand with the other hotels located in Bali and Sanya, China. The Maldives resort will feature 90 beach and water villas as well as a collection of studios that are interwoven among vibrant social spaces.

Fari Islands brings something new to the Maldives

Map of Fari Islands
Map of Fari Islands

The other resorts that comprise Fari Islands will be managed by The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company and Capella Hotels & Resorts respectively. The trio of hotel brands was handpicked by Pontiac Land as they wanted to make sure every visit to its archipelago is uniquely perfect, no matter the occasion.

A team of renowned architects carefully designed the resort to ensure it maintains a delicate balance of serene and social spaces. Studio Mk27 led by Marcio Kogan, Kengo Kuma & Associates and Kerry Hill Architects all worked thoughtfully on Fari Island to create something truly memorable.

Additionally, developer Pontiac Land is committed to fostering an experience that celebrates nature, craft and connection to the Maldives. A diverse range of areas will empower guests with the option of enjoying these experiences either from the comfort of privacy and seclusion or as part of a vibrant social center.

Fari Islands is set to open in the fourth quarter of this year and will offer guests freedom of movement across the archipelago. The resort hub is a 50-minute speedboat journey from Malé International Airport.