Located in the Maldives, the Amilla Maldives Resort & Residences is a unique and beautiful destination that offers a variety of amenities for guests. The resort features a large selection of restaurants, a spa, and a poolside bar. It also has a UNESCO biosphere setting.
Guests of the Amilla Maldives Resort & Residences can enjoy a wide range of dining and drinking options. The resort is located in the Baa Atoll, in the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve of the Maldives. This stunning resort features pristine white sand, lush treetops and crystal clear waters.
The resort is renowned for its culinary excellence. They offer a range of a la carte dining choices, as well as overwater dining. They also offer vegan and vegetarian food options.
In addition, guests can enjoy a weekly cooking class. The chefs at the resort will prepare local cuisine for you. Their kitchens are equipped with a tandoori hut where they will bake tender tandoori meats and authentic naan. They also have a wine cellar where they can choose from their selection of wines.
The hotel has a fitness centre and sauna. It also offers massage services. The property also offers laundry service and dry cleaning. There is free Wi-Fi in all rooms. They also offer airport transfers.
The resort is set amongst swaying frangipanis. It also has a pool. There are five villas. This resort is a great place to stay if you’re looking for a hassle-free vacation. It is also close to a variety of activities and attractions. The resort is located in the Baa atoll, which is in the UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve.
The resort is owned by Coastline Hotels and Resorts. This is a group of companies that are involved in construction, oil importation, pilling, condominium development and hotel resorts. It is one of the largest privately owned resorts in the Maldives.
The resort has been designed to be eco-friendly. They purchase their food from small local producers. Many of their products are island grown. They also reduce their use of single-use plastic bottles. They have an ongoing coral propagation project.
The resort has recently appointed a new Executive Chef. He is Mickael Farina. He has worked in acclaimed restaurants throughout the world. He has Gallic flair and will elevate the dining experience at the resort.
The resort is located near Chickens Surf Point. The resort also has an underwater exploration programme.
Whether you’re in need of a drink, or just want to relax with a cocktail, the Poolside Bar at Amilla Maldives Resort & Residences in Baa Atoll has you covered. Guests can choose from a wide selection of spirits and drinks.
Aside from a bar and restaurant, the resort also offers a variety of other amenities. This includes a fitness center, yoga studio, and massage treatments. It also offers free Wi-Fi in all rooms. This luxury resort is located on the island of Baa Atoll, just 30 minutes by seaplane from Velana International Airport.
The resort is designed to reflect the natural beauty of the islands. With its stark Arctic-white architecture, this resort is a sight to behold. The island’s landscape is composed of tropical vegetation, including more than 2,500 coconut trees. It is a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, and the island also supports a coral propagation program. In addition to its extensive list of water sports, Amilla offers a range of other activities. It offers wind surfing, fishing, and snorkeling.
The resort is known for its innovative cuisine. Aside from Thai and Indonesian delicacies, it also features Indian spice-infused treats. It also offers ice cream to suit all eating styles. Guests can enjoy breakfast, lunch, and dinner at the resort’s a la carte restaurant, which is open daily. The menu at the restaurant is full of creative dishes, and children’s meals are available.
The resort also hosts Cellar Door tasting events, where guests can sample world-class wine in a wine cellar. It also has a Kids Club. Each room has its own private pool, and the villas have butlers. These personal attendants can help you plan excursions, send masseuses to your villa, or organize spa treatments.
Amilla Resort & Residences is also home to Homegrown@Amilla, a project by the resort’s team. The resort’s kitchen uses locally-grown produce, and many of its products are made by island-born staff. In addition, the resort’s team is dedicated to preserving the natural environment.
With its pristine natural setting and luxurious living, Amilla Maldives Resort & Residences offers an unforgettable experience. Whether you’re looking for a relaxing vacation or a bit of adventure, Amilla has it all.
Located in the UNESCO Baa Atoll biosphere reserve, Amilla Maldives Resort & Residences is a Maldivian-owned luxury boutique brand. This resort offers an unparalleled blend of modern tropical living and the pristine natural environment.
The island is situated in Hanifaru Bay, and is home to Manta Ray-filled waters. Amilla Island has a number of ongoing coral propagation projects and Long Tail Tropic bird breeding programs. It is also a renowned centre for preserving Maldivian culture and traditions. In addition to its many watersports, the resort offers a unique spa experience.
Amilla offers two unique treatments that harness the healing powers of island plants. These therapies are based on traditional healing practices and are popular among the local population. The treatments are performed by a local practitioner in a holistic workshop. In addition to offering traditional massages, Amilla has also developed a unique ‘Dhivehi Beys’ treatment. These ‘beys’ are inspired by traditional Maldivian medicine.
The spa at Amilla is a leafy retreat with rooms that blend into the jungle. Its treatments are a blend of Maldivian traditions and modern techniques. The facilities include private gym pods, hot stone massage, and classic massage therapies. The spa also has a sauna and steam room.
The spa at Amilla is an integral part of the overall wellness programme at the resort. The team has created a ‘Wellness Your Way’ programme that covers a wide range of movement, mindfulness, and creative workshops.
The spa is one of the most luxurious in the Maldives. It features private gym pods, classic massage therapies, and a sauna. Its interior is reminiscent of a high-end cosmetics boutique. The spa is a perfect place to relax and recharge after a day of activities.
In addition to the traditional spa treatments, the resort offers a variety of dining and drinking options. The spa’s ‘Cellar Door’ tasting events offer world-class wine cellars, and the Barolo Grill offers an open-air dining experience.
Amilla’s Homegrown@Amilla program has a focus on sustainability and is working to reduce its carbon footprint. The team is also busy developing organic gardens and banana plantations.
UNESCO biosphere setting
Located on the island of Amilla in the Baa Atoll UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, the Amilla Maldives Resort & Residences celebrates the natural environment. This unique resort was the first to join the Considerate Collection, a standard of environmentally-sustainable luxury hotels. The team at Amilla has launched over 30 sustainability projects on the island in just two years. The resort’s commitment to environmental protection and local sustainability issues is evident in its cuisine and activities.
Among its activities are fishing, yoga, and fitness classes. The resort also has a weekly cooking class. The guest experts at Amilla assist in the conservation of white-tailed tropicbird nests. The team also works with local craftsmen. Guests are invited to sponsor coral frames to help protect the reefs.
Amilla also operates a nut coconut processing facility, which provides kitchen supplies. The resort grows organic produce for the restaurants. Green waste from the gardens is used to create compost. In addition, the resort has launched a recycling program that recycles glass waste into glass bricks.
The resort has a number of unique dining experiences. The restaurant at Amilla Fushi, for instance, features classic comfort food and immunity-boosting juices. Guests can enjoy a Foraging Lunch, which raises awareness of local food and helps promote sustainable agriculture. The Amilla Island Resort has seven dining outlets. Each restaurant has a different culinary approach.
The resort also offers Tree Top Pool Villas, which offer a huge amount of indoor and outdoor space. They also feature private pools. These villas have nautical stripes, abstract patterns, and beach bags. Each villa also includes a personal bar and free high-speed WiFi. The residences are equipped with a fully-fitted kitchen. The resort is also home to a ‘Cluckingham Palace’ chicken residence, which provides fresh eggs to its guests.
The Amilla Fushi Cafe is open on three sides and serves a variety of delicious meals. There is a chocolate and ice cream room, as well as a wine cellar. This is an ideal place for an after-dinner drink.
The Amilla Maldives Resort & Resident offers an additional value offer for stays throughout 2021. This package offers a discount of up to 40%.