Luxury resort Amilla Resort & Residences has enhanced the resort’s offerings with additions from villas and residences to elevated F&B inclusions. The resort is also gearing up for the 2020 festive season, living up to its reputation for world-class events.
To make the most of Amilla’s stunning wine cellar, the resort has crafted a wine cellar journey for guests. Wine lovers can visit the cellar and browse the wines to select the one they’d like for their room or meals. In order to make this journey even more special, guests can browse the labels with a glass of vino in hand.
In terms of the stunning dining experiences at Amilla Maldives, the WOK restaurant is evolving into an Arabic and Indian restaurant named EAST. The resort will offer a pan-Arabic menu four nights per week, with succulent lamb, chicken, and fish cooked in the new Arabic Earth Oven. In the remaining two nights EAST is open, the resort will offer an Indian Delight set menu cooked by specialist chefs.
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Taking wellness experiences further, Amilla’s spa team has devised new treatments inspired by ‘Dhivehi Beys’ (Maldivian Traditional Medicine). These special rejuvenating massages are fused with modern techniques to give guests a true luxury spa experience.
Meanwhile, Amilla’s ingenious islanders have also created upcycled artwork. Guests can spot driftwood manta rays and other unique features scattered around the island. In addition to that, the resort has also revamped the look of its Orchis Nursery by the Mystique Garden.
Holidaying at Amilla Resort and Residences
Amilla Maldives is the perfect retreat for anyone wishing to escape to a secluded spot with social distancing and reassuring hygiene measures for their protection during the pandemic. Amilla has implemented rigorous COVID-19 prevention protocols and due to this, its remote location, and restrictions on public access, there have been no coronavirus cases on the island.