What's Hot, What's New, What's Fun in Amilla Maldives this month
Maldives Hotels and Travel Guide
02 September, 2022
Amilla Maldives Resort and Residences is famed for its spectacular events and this year’s shaping up to be better than ever. We have created a new brochure for the upcoming season, and hope you’ll be as fired up by it as we are.
We still have a few villas available, so if you’re thinking about spending the Festive Season in the Maldives, get in touch with your favourite travel agent or contact us. Or if you’re dreaming of a pre-Festive Season break, then why not take advantage of our Football World Cup Getaway Offer, available between December 15th and 23rd.
If you want to escape to paradise sooner rather than later, check out our Super September offer, which includes a Full Board Meal Plan for standard occupancy on top of 30% off villa rates and 50% off adult seaplane transfers
As part of our new Inclucare commitment to inclusive travel, we’ve joined a Hidden Disabilities programme. The Sunflower Programme is a visual way for our team to identify and offer discreet assistance to anyone with a hidden disability. We’re incredibly proud Amilla is the first Sunflower Programme member in the Maldives.
From September 1st our online preference forms will go digital. Gone are the days of downloading, printing and scanning forms to tell us about your pillow preferences and slipper size. It's just one of the ways we're making it easier for you to send and receive info. We also recently launched the Amilla App which you can use to plan your holiday, book excursions and keep up to date with what’s going on here. You may have also noticed our digital newsletters are snappier too!
Turtles are a hugely important part of our ecosystem and regularly swim, nest and play at Amilla. We recently underscored our commitment to the local marine life by joining forces with the Olive Ridley Project, a turtle conservation initiative. Soon we’ll host a Marine Biologist who’s an expert on turtles. They’ll work alongside Zoe, our Sustainability and Marine Assistant Manager, on researching, identifying and caring for our local turtle population and sharing their knowledge with guests.
Wheely Good News
We’ve donated 50 renovated bicycles to the nearby local island community of Kendhoo to help them to reduce the need for petrol vehicles on their island. It’ll help the community to save money, and also help reduce exhaust emissions – a win-win.
Spice Up Your Life
Amilla’s Festival of Life is about to kick off. First up, star restaurateurs, Luke and Stacey French (of Joro and NAMA fame) will host special events for foodies between October 15th and 25th. They’ll also be here during our Maldivian Food Festival on October 16th. Then we welcome Pandora and Tom Green from Heart Radio. At Halloween, the duo will go head-to-head on the decks before Tom hosts one of his infamous ‘Dangerous Dinners’ on November 5th.
We look forward to seeing again when you next choose to visit and see all of our improvements for yourself. Until then take care!
If you’re looking for an excuse for a party even sooner, then check out our Festive programmeCheck Availability and Prices
Amilla Maldives Resort and Residences
Best Experience: Family, Couples, Groups, Dining, Diving, Spa
Featuring more flexible approach to tropical island luxury, Amilla Fushi offers a luxurious 'island home' for both couples and families in the Maldives. Younger, hipper, with a fresh and contemporary accomodation, the resort has so much to offer, from high design and inventive dining options, to stylish villas and amazing snorkelling and diving. Located in the Baa atoll, UNESCO Biosphere reserve, this might just be the most family friendly resort in the Maldives. Family villas have been designed to ensure that both the parent’s and children’s bedrooms are in the same building. The villas are very spacious, and unlike many two bedroom options you might find elsewhere, the second bedrooms are large and so also work very well for families with older children. The Sultan's Village kids’ club at Amilla Fushi is terrific – all palm tree swings, finger painting and beach games – teens can play billiards and X-Box, and all childcare, including baby-sitting, is complimentary. There is also a children's pool and beach club close by if parents wish to relax in close proximity to the Kids Club. In 2018, Amilla Fushi has been recognised as the leading family resort in Maldives. Read Full Review
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