North Mále Atoll, Maldives

In a place where nature and inspiring architecture coexist harmoniously, Patina Maldives offers a new haven for progressive travelers seeking authentic experiences in a secluded area.

Patina's environmental ethos extends to the material palette used in the interiors Wood, linen, rattan, paper cord and natural fibers in a variety of muted colors complement gray stone floors, whitewashed wood trim and slatted wood ceilings. Artwork ranges from intricately handcrafted designer pieces to well-known works such as "Skyspace," an installation by world-renowned U.S. artist James Turrell. The building's outdoor spaces artfully echo the flowing fronds of palm trees that embrace the building.

Patina Maldives and Studio MK27 have gone to great lengths to make the resort as environmentally conscious as possible.
Even before the foundations were laid, Patina Maldives committed to eliminating single-use plastic on site - even the construction workers used refillable bottles - while transplanting 16,800 trees and 320,000 shrubs from islands that would have been cleared for industrial purposes.


  • Swimming pool
  • Air conditioner
  • Wifi / WLAN
  • Kitchen
  • TV / Satellite system
  • 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.
North Mále Atoll, Maldives


The Fari Islands are known for their crystal blue waters, dazzling coral, pristine white sand beaches and tropically colored interior. On the more than 1,200 islands of the Maldives, one is immersed in a paradisiacal piece of nature, while architecture, art, music and cuisine reflect the Portuguese, Dutch and British influences of the Maldives, as well as relics from the Buddhist and Islamic eras.