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Why we like it
- Located in the UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve of Baa Atoll, the surrounding waters are crystal clear offering expert diving
- Wine shop and cellar housing 8,000 bottles of wine
- Rooms are thought of as ‘homes’ – your own personal sanctuary
- No surcharge on in-room dining so why not enjoy that barbecue dinner on your private terrace
- 50 minute spa treatment at Javvu Spa within first 24 hours of your stay to help you relax and unwind
The resort’s resident marine biologist, Lauren, will take you on a diving or snorkelling excursion to an underwater cave in the house reef, where she’ll wow you with her knowledge and show you an amazing array of marine life, from rays to turtles.
UP TO 35% DISCOUNT 2017
Stay a minumum of 7 nights and benefit from 35% discount
Stay a minumum of 4-6 nights and benefit from 25% discount
Valid for travel 11th Jan to 19th Dec
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Amilla Fushi is an entirely new, refreshing concept for the Maldives. Luxury hotels are understandably ten a penny in this island paradise but Amilla manages to maintain, elevate even, the standards of luxury while offering a new way to experience the Maldives’ stunning backdrops with new ways to dine, experience the range of activities on offer and even sleep. Rather than room ‘categories’, Amilla’s philosophy is that its accommodation should feel like a home, so there are 10 different houses or residences to choose from, depending on your requirements. One thing is consistent across all the various choices however: the attention to design detail is outstanding. All overlook the breathtaking turquoise lagoon, with either direct access to the ocean or just a few steps from the beach, freshwater pools and outdoor showers. The terraces that either extend gracefully from the houses, or wraparound the entire residence enveloping you in a wealth of outside space, are perfect for soaking up the sun or a spot of late-night stargazing. A personal butler will be at your disposal for the duration of your visit.
For eating out you’ll be spoiled for choice. Lonu by Luke Mangan is the resort’s overwater fine dining restaurant, offering a range of a la carte dishes and degustation menus that even cater for vegetarians and vegans. You can catch your own fish and choose to have it prepared and cooked for you any number of ways, from steamed or baked to crispy battered with chipotle mayonnaise. We love the general store with its coffee shop, library and wine collection, housing 8,000 bottles where you can choose a case or a single bottle of your choice. Also operating as a cellar door, you can partake in curated wine tastings accompanied by a selection of artisanal cheeses. At the Bazaar, centred around the 1,200m² pool, you’ll find a tapas bar and grill, a pizza parlour, a fresh salad bar and a fish and chip shop – with a twist of course: battered oysters and the daily catch of snapper or dory with a plethora of sides is more likely than the traditional fish-pie-and-pasty fare – don’t worry though, we’ve made sure that they have ketchup.
The resort is packed with a range of activities to keep you occupied, from exploring the Blue Hole of the nearby house reef on a diving or snorkelling trip, seeing the manta rays and turtles at nearby Hanifaru Bay or partaking in a spot of Maldivian fishing. There’s also an impressive gym, yoga, a beauty salon, barber shop, tennis courts and a wealth of watersports on offer. Nannies are offered free of charge.
Male (Emirates and BA)
10 hours 30 minutes non-stop, 13 hours including transit
GMT +5 hours
Not required for UK passport holders
Yellow fever if arriving from endemic area
Best time to travel
November - April
The best time to travel to the Maldives is during our winter months when the humidity is lower and the temperature more comfortable. However, the monsoon season of May to September should not be discounted for travel as the resorts have fantastic offers on accommodation. The heavier showers tend to occur in the mornings or the late afternoons; a perfect time to visit the spa.