Amilla Fushi is a stunning Maldives private island resort that has since been attracting Hollywood's elite to its flawless shores since its opening in 2014. With stellar cuisine, discreet personalised service and some of the most indulgent villa homes you'll find in the region, it's not hard to see why.
Beautiful accommodation here is appointed with a lightness of touch in neutral tones and natural materials. Spacious one and two-bedroom villas are perched over the blue lagoon, Indian Ocean or right on the beach, each with its own private pool and countless modern amenities. Palatial Residences are set in a secluded part of island, and offer even higher levels of privacy and space rarely found in the Maldives. Two four-bedroom Residences can be interconnected to provide one impressive 8-bedroom property, while the six-bedroom Amilla Estate is the pinnacle of luxury living. All come complete with pools, outdoor and indoor living space, en-suite bathrooms, resort buggies and dedicated, discreet villa staff.
Dining is a delight, with an impressive range of choices for such an intimate resort. In the 'Bazaar' area of the island you'll find everything from fish and chips to Asian fusion, all prepared to the highest standards. For a truly special fine-dining experience, Lonu by Luke Mangan is a culinary treat not to be missed.
Elsewhere you'll find an indoor games area and a Kids Club for youngsters ranging from 18 months to 12 years, There are tennis courts and a gym with professional trainers and an array of watersports to keep active holiday makers happy. The luxurious Javvu spa and beauty area is a real highlight. But nothing beats the incredible natural beauty of the Baa Atoll, a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve. A diving or snorkelling excursion is highly recommended on a luxury Maldives holiday here.
67 modern villas, all with private pools. Option range from one and two bedroom over-water villas or beach villas to 4-8 bedroom beach front residences.
Baa Atoll, 30 minute seaplane transferfrom Velana International Airport, or 15 minute domestic plane followed by 10 minute speedboat transfer.