Towering treehouses, over-water residences and moonlit destination dining.
If you stay in an Ocean Reef House at Amilla Fushi, you can plunge straight from your private deck into the Indian Ocean. With such an experience available on your doorstep, you’d think choosing where to stay here would be easy – it really isn’t.
As well as over-water and beach residences, the owners have added a third option – the tallest treehouses in the Maldives with views stretching far across the atoll. All accommodation comes with private freshwater pools, vast amounts of space and bathrooms so large you can get lost in them.
And although white walls and minimalism have taken the place of wooden huts and thatched roofs, you’ll still find all the traditional ingredients of a Maldivian escape: white beaches, spa treatments, diving and outdoor yoga.
Australian chef, Luke Mangan, heads up the kitchen. His previous experience includes time at the three Michelin star Waterside Inn and his creations blend his classical French training with unexpected Asian influences.
Children are very welcome. There are separate spaces for little ones and teenagers and babysitting is available on request, meaning parents can enjoy the sunset beach picnics, too.