In the middle of lush jungle, crystalline waters, and powdered sands, lies Amilla Maldives Resort and Residences, a tropical playground located in the sublime Baa Atoll UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve in the Maldives. This private island offers the perfect space to play, roam and relax with timeless style and endless bliss. Get ready to experience unexpected treats and indulgences, Amilla specializes in surprising its guests and pampering them while offering them a personalized Katheeb (guest experience). Explore 23.5 hectares of the island, one of the largest and more spacious Maldives resorts where 70% of the island is untouched. Discover the ultimate feeling of unparalleled freedom in secret beaches that will exceed your expectations.
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Amilla Maldives offers 67 Villas and Residences designed by acclaimed Australian architect, Kelvin Ho, whose minimalist design is a contemporary twist on traditional Maldivian bungalows, featuring bold geometry and natural materials. Guests have a choice of water villas, treehouse villas, or boho bungalows, each of them offering a unique and beautiful view. They also have two-bedroom villas or Residences that host up to six – perfect for families and groups of friends. Every single property has its own pool and spacious outdoor garden or terrace.
Amilla cuisine offers different options to all their guests; from healthy and immunity-boosting food and drinks, vegan, paleo, keto, and dairy-free options in their world-class menus. Whether you’re craving Italian, Japanese or south Indian food, Amilla has a variety of options that will delight their guests’ palate. Rotate between various restaurants so that you keep experiencing something new each day, no matter how long you’re staying here. Choose from a selection of meal plans to suit your needs.
Infinite excitement or ultimate relaxation? Whatever your style of holiday is, Amilla has more than enough activities and excursions to keep you occupied, no matter how long you stay.
✓ Sunset Cruise
✓ Scuba Diving
✓ Wakeboarding & Watersports
✓ Floating Tray Breakfast
✈ Take a 30-minute seaplane transfer away from the airport.
✈ Take a 25-minute domestic flight to Dharavandhoo Airport, which involves a 10 minutes Speedboat ride.
Amilla has an onsite Marine Biologist who monitors their reef for any damage, she is also involved in coral regeneration. They have turtles and endangered birds that nest on the island and protect and monitor these nests. The resort avoids the use of single-use plastics and ensures that all detergents and amenities products are of eco-friendly sources.
The resort employs many staff from the local community and they are working to employ more Maldivian female staff. The owners of the resort are Maldivian and run a vocational training center called TVEC which the resort also supports through on-the-job training.
Amilla sources their Maldivian fish and seafood from a small local fisherman and sources as much produce as possible from the local suppliers. They have extensive produce gardens in the resort growing their own herbs, fruit, vegetable, mushrooms, and some eggs from these.
The resort measures energy usage on an hourly and daily basis. Any fluctuations are addressed. They do daily light and air-conditioning checks to ensure that these are not left on. Also, they have replaced many lights with low-energy LED and are installing solar outdoor lighting to replace electricity. Resort chillers are monitored and consolidated and shut down where possible.
Waste water is treated and used on their gardens and they collect rainwater for their vegetable gardens. The Reverse Osmosis plant collects water from deep underground which uses less power to produce usable water. They bottle still and sparkling water in their own production facility. Water production and usage are measured and monitored daily.
Amilla has a waste processing facility, this facility allows to sort, recycle and reuse waste items including using crushed glass for building projects and recycled paper making. They compost food waste for use in their gardens. The first priority is waste reduction, and this is done through careful purchasing and also by making and growing many of the items used on the resort.