The Baa Atoll in which Amilla Maldives Resort & Residences sits is a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve. Amilla boasts a number of room categories from treetop villas to estate houses and even a glamping bubble tent with a total of 68 units on offer. The resort is sleek, cool, minimal, and modern. Of the 26 atolls in the Maldives, Baa is arguably the best for diving and the resort is close to Hanifaru Bay where from May to November, manta rays and whale sharks congregate in vast numbers. The H.U.B. – Home of Underwater Biosphere – is the resort’s cathedral to all things water-based – from diving lessons to booking out a kayak.  The Javvu Spa offers ten treatment pods and every treatment imaginable is available. There is also a nail bar and hairdresser/barber. 

The resort has two tennis courts, a football pitch and two swimming pools. The Emperor Beach Club is the heart of the Amilla Maldives Resort & Residences. From here guests can eat, drink, choose excursions or just rest and relax. The Sultan’s Village Kid’s Club keeps the younger guests amused. There is a photographic studio on-site and there are outdoor cinema nights. Amilla fulfils every culinary need - from Feeling Koi – formal Japanese izakaya – to a traditional British Fish & Chips shop, Joe’s Pizza, and the Wine Cellar – which is an oenophile's dream. Amilla Maldives Resort & Residences is a 30-minute seaplane flight from the Maldives capital, Malé in a northerly direction. Alternatively, it is a 10-minute boat ride from the nearest regional airport at Dharavandhoo. 

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