If you can tear yourself away from the delightful accommodation, Amilla Fushi is a launch point for endless discovery. The H.U.B. is the island’s portal to the open seas, where coral reefs glint with countless colourful fishes. Dolphins, manta rays and turtles glide through this domain – a playground for any who like to venture on top below the surface. On land, there’s badminton in the shade, tennis lessons with a pro, volleyball battles on the sand and football matches between guests and Amilla’s Islander team. To cool off, a pool almost as big as the lagoon or of course, the enticing Indian Ocean.
The resort is also a gastronomic paradise. From places for family feasts to quiet nooks for lovebirds. Everything from comfort food to haute cuisine where every meal is an occasion.
‘Feeling Koi’ features over-water Japanese izakaya dining with a playful Latin touch in an informal setting. ‘Barolo Grill’ has northern Italian plates that tempt the taste buds and warm the soul, ‘Emperor Beach Club’ is the beating culinary heart of the island and there’s even the ‘Fish and Chip Shop’ where traditional British fare meets fine Maldivian seafood. In the evening, head to ‘1 Oak Lounge’ for ice-cold cocktails and laidback beats interwoven with the magic of the Maldives.
At the heart of the Biosphere is Hanifaru Bay, only a short boat ride from Amilla Fushi. In summer particularly, the high concentration of plankton attracts large groups of manta rays and even whale sharks!
- Stunning selection of accommodation
- Treetop and over-water villas
- Situated within UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve
- Vast choice of restaurants and guest celebrity chefs
- H.U.B. marine centre
- Massive pool plus sports facilities
- Sultans Village Kids Club