Male’, Maldives, 18th July 2022 – Amilla Maldives Resort prepares its private island sanctuary to meet the growing demand for family and group holidays by upgrading its super-sized accommodation. The current demographic for visitors has expanded to include not only the traditional market of honeymooners, but also groups of friends, large and multi-generational families.
Amilla’s Residences uniquely come with their own private kitchen, an outdoor barbeque and al fresco dining space so guests can self cater or make use of the resort’s Private Chef. Guests can enjoy unique sustainability experiences such as foraging in the resort’s extensive vegetable and herb gardens and collecting eggs from Cluckingham Palace.
Amilla strives to provide all guests with the stay of their dreams. As such, the large naturally lush island boasts eight beachfront ‘Residences’ – huge villas with four, six and eight bedrooms (alongside its portfolio of 59 Water Villas, Treetop Villas and Beach Villas). These large oases have recently received a makeover to ensure that they are in top-top condition for all guests.
The improvements include top of the range SMEG kitchen appliances, new plates, cutlery and kitchenware. Stylish white outdoor chairs complete the look.
New feature tiles in the floors in the spacious living rooms have freshened up the space, as well as new tiles in the bathrooms and outdoors, with a fresh coat of paint completing the indoor transformation. Lush bountiful gardens with expanded views of the ocean have made the vast outdoor living areas even enjoyable, seamlessly blending the outdoors and indoors. Guests can enjoy outstanding sunset views from these palatial spaces and have direct access to the turquoise lagoon via their private beach.
In addition, there are also new sand-resistant belt-driven premium bikes for adults and children plus new eight-seater stretch buggies for the Great Beach Residence and uber-luxurious Amilla Estate. This six bedroom Residence features a private gym and spa, jacuzzi and rooftop bar, as well as a separate area for a nanny or other staff that guests are travelling with, which includes a further two bedrooms, a kitchen and a dining room.