Amilla Fushi Luxury Resort is an intimate timeless place not about trend, but about lifestyle. Located in the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve of Baa Atoll, one of the 26 natural atolls in the Indian Ocean, Amilla Fushi Maldives Luxury Resort is offering you a choice of Island Homes that hover over crystal clear waters, nestle amongst lush tree tops or hug the shores of pristine white sand. Discover your favorite Maldives villa; from private beach villas to wellness tree houses. Reach your exclusive island destination by seaplane in just 30 minutes from Malé International Airport or take a 15 minute flight to Dharavandhoo Domestic Airport in Baa Atoll followed by a short 10 minute speedboat ride to Amilla Fushi Maldives Beach Resort. The breathtaking overwater signature restaurant „Feeling Koi“ offers authentic modern Japanese dining presented in a playful, Latin-influenced style. Shared dishes are prepared using the finest quality ingredients and they feature simple yet exquisite presentation with a Latin twist. The restaurant features a Japanese-inspired minimalist design, a private open-air dining room and open deck seating by the water’s edge, an open kitchen and a climate-controlled Sake library/private dining room. The 1 OAK Lounge serves a selection of signature cocktails crafted to suit the stunning tropical setting. The Javvu Spa at Amilla Fushi Maldives Spa Resort is a beautiful, home from home hang out with two sides to its nature – a private side and a social side. You can retreat into the protective canopy of the trees or chill out in the large, communal lounge for your treatments. Javuu is made up of 10 wooden double treatment pods with either a sauna or a steam room, a relaxing tea lounge, our wet area which also includes a no-bookings required sauna and steam room. There is a wonderful spacious outdoor yoga and meditation pavillion. tsmic.mv/blogs
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