Amilla Maldives Resort and Residences

Discover a tropical playground of powdery white sand, lush jungle, and crystal-clear waters at Amilla Maldives Resort and Residences. Timeless style, endless bliss

Amilla Maldives Resort and Residences


Amilla Maldives spans 23.5 hectares, allowing ample space for you to play, roam and relax. It is one of the largest and most spacious Maldives resorts. With only 67 spacious Villas and Residences, 70% of the island is untouched. Think leafy cycle tracks, secret beaches for romantic moments, and unparalleled freedom.

Furthermore, Amilla Maldives is located in the Baa Atoll UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve, which means that the underwater world is a wonderland of thriving marine life, waiting to be discovered. The area is renowned for mantas and whale sharks. Expect pristine waters, and kaleidoscopic colors.


Many guests are already following specific eating lifestyles, or special dietary plans. Therefore, Amilla Maldives’ Wellness Your Way concept enhances guests’ holistic wellness by catering to their dietary needs. The resort offers the Maldives’ broadest selection of dairy-free, gluten-free, low carb, keto, paleo, vegan and vegetarian menus across all its dining outlets. There are even cocktail menus packed with probiotic sodas and a sugar-free section.

But it doesn’t end there. The delicious wellness cuisine even extends to a new Sleep Well at Amilla evening turndown service, featuring sweet tasty treats made with natural sleep-improving ingredients, rather than traditional chocolates on the pillows. Ingredients include tart cherry juice, turmeric, nuts and banana to help lull guests into a deep, restful sleep.

A broad range of movement can also be tailored to guests’ needs in the Wellness Your Way program. Guests can choose from Pilates, yoga, martial arts, jungle gym, tennis coaching and personal training sessions.


Rest assured that sustainability touches everything Amilla Maldives does. At the heart of its pioneering Wellness Your Way menus are Amilla’s organic gardens, banana plantation and organic chicken farm. The resort grows as many ingredients as it can on the island to ensure freshness and reduce the carbon footprint.

Amilla Maldives is also committed to marine conservation, striving to reduce all single-use plastics (that can end up in the ocean and harm marine life) and to work in harmony with the natural bounty of the area. There is a water bottling plant on the island to provide guests and Amilla Islanders with pure water; negating the need for plastic bottles.


Unwind in some of the most spacious pool villas in the Maldives. Starting at 200sqm, they’re far larger than most Maldives luxury villas. Huge indoor and outdoor areas allow for play and relaxation. You will find yourself immersed in your choice of elements – water, air, or earth.

Choose between a Reef Water Pool Villa, Sunset Water Pool Villa, Lagoon Water Pool Villa, Treetop Pool Villa, and Beach Pool Villa.

For big families and groups, opt for the Private Beach Residence (8 people), The Great Beach Residence (16 people), or The Amilla Estate (12 people).


Find balance at Javvu Spa and relax, rebalance, and rejuvenate. The spa offers classic massage therapies such as Balinese, Thai, and hot stone massage. Inspired by Maldivian traditional medicine, body treatments, facials, and beauty treatments harness the power of the island’s plants. Javvu Spa also hosts a series of Visiting Practitioners which range from yoga gurus, facialists, physiotherapists, osteopaths, breathwork therapists and healers, to martial artists and nutritionists.


  • You can be glamping on the island in a bedroom under the stars. Located in a secluded spot amongst the jungle foliage, the luxurious, fully waterproof, and climate-controlled inflatable pod offers guests a uniquely immersive nature experience – with 360-degree vistas of the scenery.
  • Fancy seeing the beautiful underwater paradise without getting wet? Take a ride in Amilla Fushi’s glass bottom boat and watch the mesmerizing marine life come to life just below your feet.


  • Amilla is in the heart of the UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve, famed for its remarkable marine life and clear waters. It’s perfect for diving and snorkeling any time of the year. Swim among manta rays, whale sharks, dolphins, turtles, and eagle rays.
  • Amilla offers an extensive schedule of activities guests can sign up for. This ranges from guitar lessons, and recycling paper making, to jungle gym, tai chi, sunrise and sunset fishing, cooking classes, wine tasting sessions, and much much more! Do check out the line-up when you arrive at the resort, so you don’t miss anything you want to check out.  


All villas come with their own pool, and overwater villas have direct private access to the ocean.  


The environment at Amilla Maldives is fairly relaxed. Think swim and beachwear in most areas and resort chic in the restaurants in the evening.


It is sunny year-round, but the climate consists of a dry season and a wet, rainy season.

Dry seasons from November – April
Wet season from May – October.


A Sunset Water Pool Villa and Lagoon Water Pool Villa start at US$945 per night, and a Water Pool Villa goes for US$1,000 per night. A 2-Bedroom Beach Pool Villa costs US$1,630 per night.

Residences start at US$6,350 per night for 4 Bedrooms.


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