Imagine waking up every morning to the sun streaming through your windows, wandering over to look out over the cerulean ocean to remember that the beauty you see is all yours. This is the experience of staying at Amilla Fushi, a stunning Maldives private island resort that embodies the concept of the luxury escape. This resort is so exquisite, in fact, that it has a reputation for attracting Hollywood’s elite to its palm-fringed shores.
At Amilla Fushi hotel and resort, you can expect only the finest from every element, from gastronomic masterpieces to discreet, personalised services in some of the world’s most beautiful villas. Whether you choose to stay in a lodge overlooking crystal-clear lagoons and reefs, sleep in a tree house nestled high in the jungle, or relax a stone’s throw from the beach, you will find your own Indian Ocean paradise here.
The island’s name translates to ‘my island home’ in the native Dhivehi language, symbolising the welcoming attitude of the island.
Guests can enjoy either bed and breakfast, half board or full board accommodation, with all of the essentials you would expect, even a daily complimentary newspaper and dedicated beauty parlour.
Amilla Fushi also hosts a programme of brilliant events throughout the year, from blissful yoga retreats to Maldivian culture extravaganzas, leading you on a journey to uncover the secrets of this stunning part of the world.
From fresh morning breakfasts enjoyed with a spectacular sunrise to the underwater delights of snorkelling in the Indian Ocean to a simple stroll along the UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve beaches, staying at Amilla Fushi is the epitome of the luxury Maldives holiday.
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November - April
10 hours 25 minutes
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