Eating Well is Now even more Flexible and Fun with Amilla Maldives’ new All-Inclusive Menus
Maldives for Foodies
2 December, 2021
This time Amilla Maldives Resort and Residences has launched a flexible concept of dining in the Maldives. The new format allows guests unprecedented access to all seven à la carte restaurants on the private resort island.
Normally resorts in the Maldives only offer access to one designated restaurant for guests on meal plans such as Half Board and Full Board and exclude their signature restaurant from the deal. But not so with Amilla, where guests can dine in any available restaurant.
Guests can even enjoy Amilla’s beautiful signature contemporary Japanese restaurant, Feeling Koi, which is suspended over the glittering lagoon.
The modern and playful Baa Atoll resort is known for its trailblazing ideas. Amilla recently won the coveted Destination Deluxe Wellness Cuisine of the Year 2021 Award for its groundbreaking Wellness Your Way (WYW) programme.
While it’s not a wellness resort as such, the WYW concept offers guests on special diets tailored menus at every restaurant. These are separate and comprehensive menus for different dietary options including vegan, keto and gluten-free.
This means guests don’t have to ditch their healthy lifestyle when they’re on holiday, and if they have food intolerances they’ll also be able to find plenty of delicious options, too. The special Wellness Your Way menus are available to all guests at no extra charge.
Amilla is also continuing to offer guests the option of a unique Dine Around Inclusive (DAI) package that includes a wide selection of beverages along with meals. It includes a comprehensive selection of cocktails, beer, spirits and wine by the glass and bottle. And if DAI guests want to splash out on a luxury bottle or two, they can choose anything from the full wine and beverages list with exclusive discounts, just for DAI guests.
DAI guests also can take advantage of reduced prices on minibar items and receive complimentary Snorkelling Safari and Blue Hole Snorkelling excursions. WYW also features in the wine and beverage lists at Amilla Maldives with a wide selection of organic and sulphite free wines and sugar free and probiotic cocktails and mocktails.
Amilla’s restaurants include Barolo Italian Restaurant, Southern Indian thalis at East, crispy pizza at Joe’s Pizza, fresh bites and comfort food at Chill’d Cafe and long lazy al fresco lunches at Emperor Beach Club (EBC).
EBC is also the location of Amilla's ever-changing theme nights, which include Maldivian, Asian, Arabic and Seafood nights. These are all available to all guests for no extra charge.
Breakfast at Amilla is always included free for all guests. The wide variety of options from the cold and hot buffets and a la carte menu include a huge range of wellness food and drink options so guests can start their day of fun in the sun on the right note. All guests at Amilla also have access to free ice cream, all day every day.
With so much action, Amilla will be the centre of festive fun this year and into 2022 and the resort’s Villas and Residences are filling up fast for this period.Check 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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