The Sheraton Full Moon offers pretty much what you would expect from an international hotel chain. The island is long and narrow, and close enough to Male' to offer a speedboat transfer.
Rooms are decent but nothing mind-boggling, and service is crisp and professional. Food at the buffet was a little disappointing considering the relatively high price of the rooms.
The outside bar area is very nice and the outdoor beds are a strange-looking but very comfortable addition. Unlike many resort bars, the Sheraton also has a range of decent beers beyond the usual imported Heinekens/Coronas - we were able to get Erdinger, a light and pleasant wheat beer perfect for the climate, without a nasty chemical hangover.
A highlight was the weekly beach party and DJ on the sand - perfect for a large group of people, and the odd expat from Male'.
Staying as a guest, the overall feel of the resort was very corporate and a little soulless. It is as if the Sheraton has dropped a cookie-cutter airport hotel on a tropical island, with a few beach villas. You could be anywhere in the world, and there is little identifying the resort as Maldivian.