As demand increases for family vacations and group vacations in the Maldives, Amilla Maldives Resort and Residences decided it was time to upgrade their oversized hosting.
More than a decade ago, the Maldives was best known as a luxury honeymoon destination, but today’s visitors to the Maldives are a much more diverse demographic, including groups of friends, families many and multi-generational, as well as the traditional market for newlyweds.
Amilla Maldives – always at the forefront of innovation – has continuously adapted to meet the needs of its customers. As such, the naturally lush large island of Amilla has eight beachfront ‘residences’ – sprawling four-, six- and eight-bedroom villas (alongside its portfolio of 59 Water Villas, Treetop Villas and Beach Villas ). These large oases have just been revamped to be in perfect condition for all guests.
Upgrades include high-end SMEG kitchen appliances, new plates, cutlery and cookware. Sleek white outdoor chairs complete the look.
New feature tiles in the floors of the spacious living rooms have refreshed the space, along with new tiles in the bathrooms and exterior, with a fresh coat of paint completing the interior transformation. Lush, lush gardens with expansive ocean views have made the expansive outdoor living spaces even more enjoyable, seamlessly blending the outdoors and indoors. Guests can enjoy an exceptional view of the sunset from these sumptuous spaces and have direct access to the turquoise lagoon via their private beach.
In addition, there are also new high-end sand-resistant belt-driven bicycles for adults and children, as well as new eight-seater expandable strollers for the Great Beach Residence and the ultra-luxurious Amilla Estate. This six-bedroom residence has a private gym and spa, jacuzzi and rooftop bar, plus a separate area for a nanny or other staff to work with. guests travel, which includes two more bedrooms, a kitchen and a dining room.
Amilla Residences come with their own private kitchen, outdoor BBQ and outdoor dining area so guests can self-cater or hire the resort‘s private chef. Guests can enjoy unique sustainable experiences such as foraging in the resort’s extensive vegetable and herb gardens and egg collecting at Cluckingham Palace.