Location Amilla Fushi Resort is a 5-star resort property located in an island with pristine crystal clear water and white sandy beach in Baa Atoll. The property is a 30-minute seaplane ride from Malé International Airport and a 15-minute flight to Dharavandhoo Domestic Airport in Baa Atoll. Rooms Each house features a private pool and fitted with dining area, air-conditioning, mini bar, TV with satellite channels, DVD player, safe deposit box, coffee/tea making facilities, work desk and en suite bathroom. Restaurant A variety of local and international cuisines are available at the resort's restaurants. The gourmet cafe and deli shop offers fresh fruits and vegetables, bakery items and gourmet preserves. In addition, the resort has a wine shop which houses 8,000 wine bottles and guests can also partake in wine tasting accompanied with a selection of cheeses. Amenities A range of activities including scuba diving, fishing and snorkeling are available in the area. Other leisure activities also include a well-equipped fitness center, tennis court and yoga classes. In addition, the resort's spa is offering various massage treatments and beauty services. Amilla Maldives Resort and Residences is open for business since the 18th of July 2020, and the open villas are not only Beach Pool Villas and Residences anymore, from today onwards, the hotel are eager to give you the great news that the Sunset Water Pool Villas will be open as well, whereas all the other villa types (Treetop Pool Villas, Reef Water Pool Villas and Lagoon Water Pool Villas) will be available upon request! Amilla has always been renowned for constantly innovating, and the temporary shutdown due to the pandemic offered the luxury resort an incredible opportunity to ring in the changes without disturbing a single guest. As such, the Amilla Islanders have been busy making a host of useful, quirky and playful additions to the island, including relocating the main bar to the beach of this Baa Atoll paradise. Where ‘Baa Baa Bar’ now stands on the soft white coral sand on the western side of the island, with the main reason of giving the guests the chance of enjoying their sundowners right on the beach and at the best sunset spot on the island. Moreover, A brand-new dining venue has been created at Amilla Maldives Resort and Residences aimed at feeding guests’ souls. Whatever the definition of that means to guests, they’ll be able to find something to delight and nourish them – from immunity-boosting juices to classic comfort food like slow-cooked chicken broth. Chill’d is – as the name suggests – a laid-back and breezy affair by the main pool. The pavilion is open on three sides so guests can admire the tropical views in practically every direction. They can kick back and relax at Chill’d whilst digging their toes into the traditional Maldivian sand floor or take their order with them to enjoy metres away on the beach. And the menu has been carefully crafted to nourish guests’ bodies, minds and souls as well as to showcase some highlights of Amilla’s pioneering Wellness Your Way (WYW) concept. As Amilla Maldives continues to keep the health and wellbeing of guests as its top priority during its careful reopening, the resort’s Javvu Spa has decided to divulge some of the healing secrets of Maldivian traditional medicine, known as ‘Dhivehi Beys’. These natural remedies and healing traditions have been developed over the centuries; passed on by word of mouth from generation to generation. Nowadays, only few traditional healers remain in the Maldives. However, Dhivehi Beys treatments are still popular amongst the local population and many Maldivians would travel far for treatments. On another hand, the Savvy islanders created the ultimate solo-use gyms for guests wanting to work out in privacy and safety as the country reopens to foreign tourists. Three of the spacious spa pods have been converted into private ‘gym pods’, which can be fully customised with each guest’s preference of gym equipment – from elliptical trainers to weight machines and treadmills. Moreover, located under the shade of the jungle canopy, Amilla’s Jungle Gymnasium offers ample space between each piece of equipment, which is meticulously cleaned after use. This fun new space for the young at heart reflects Amilla’s playful Maldivian spirit, whilst also providing practical solutions to the ‘new’ landscape of holidaying in 2020. It also has some of the best views of any gym in the world. IMPORTANT NOTE: All guests shall submit an ONLINE SELF-DECLARATIVE HEALTH DECLARATION via https://imuga.immigration.gov.mv/ within 24 hours prior their departure TO and FROM Maldives until 31 Dec 2020. NOTICE: This year’s Manta Season is in full swing in Baa Atoll – just in time for guests returning to Amilla Maldives Resort and Residences to enjoy the atoll’s renowned manta spectacles. On another note, 2020’s Easter week saw 59 ‘hot chicks’ arriving at Amilla Maldives Resort and Residences and taking up residence at the island’s newest abode – Cluckingham Palace. They have been joined at their residence by one lucky fellow named ‘Cluck Norris’.
Values realeated to administratives fees are already included at the moment of purchase at the HURB website.Local fees, services fees and resort fees may not be included and should be paid directly to the hotel.