29 July 2019: Maldives island style arbiter Amilla Fushi has completed a chic contemporary upgrade of its alluring Lagoon Houses, ensuring guests can continue to bask in unparalleled bliss. Enticing enhancements include a private hammock suspended over the lagoon, outdoor shower, poolside wine chillers and new contemporary artwork. Elegantly elevated and enveloped by a peaceful blue lagoon and sunset views, the whitewashed overwater bungalows offer uncompromised seclusion and a sanctuary of pure contentment relished from the splendid comfort of private decks.

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Beautiful abodes with spectacular sunset views, the Lagoon Houses are serene oases that salute the afternoon sun. Spacious decks equipped with plush outdoor daybeds invite poolside lounging with a chilled glass of pre-siesta Champagne, while large freshwater infinity pools – newly augmented with floating bean bags – encourage all-day dipping and dozing. With a fabulous vantage point to look for dolphins, manta rays and shoals of tropical fish, guests can breathe in the serenity of the moment from the water’s edge or while the time away with a game of giant tic tac toe. Steps that descend into the warm lagoon waters promise exploration and adventure; whilst above the surface endless breezy moments of relaxation can be enjoyed from the comfort of private hammocks suspended over the crystalline waters. Barefoot luxury takes on new significance with the welcome addition of alfresco garden showers to cool off from the perpetual Maldivian sunshine.

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Lagoon Houses – at a glance

·      200sqm

·      Seven-foot king-sized bed

·      27sqm private freshwater pool with floating daybed

·      Private garden rain shower

·      Entertainment system, 42” satellite TV, Bose surround sound system, iPads and docking stations

·      Spacious deck with sun lounger, pool bar, and poolside tic tac toe game

·      Direct ocean access with sunset views

·      Private lagoon hammock

Lagoon House accommodation at Amilla Fushi starts from USD1,500 (approx. GBP1,183) per night including daily breakfast at Baazaar, based on two adults and two children (up to 12yrs) sharing. Price excludes tax and service. For further information and reservations tel: +960 660 6445, email or visit

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About Amilla Fushi

Located just 30 minutes by seaplane from Malé International (Velana International Airport), Amilla Fushi offers a choice of 59 Houses that sit gracefully over crystal clear waters, nestle among lush tree tops or hug the shores of pristine white sand; plus eight spectacular four- to eight-bedroom Beach Residences ideally suited to large families, groups of friends and VVIPs seeking the ultimate in space and privacy. Amilla’s innovative restaurants range from the diverse, informal foodie hub Baazaar to the relaxed yet sophisticated overwater dining at the signature Feeling Koi. Guests can even drop in to gourmet café and deli The Emperor General Store or The Wine Shop & Cellar Door to treat themselves to lighter snacks, a favourite bottle or a gourmet selection of artisanal cheeses. With an unrivalled range of purpose-designed multi-bedroom accommodation options, and an exciting, inspiring and active Kids’ Club The Sultan’s Village, Amilla Fushi is putting the Maldives on the map as a destination not just for couples, but for families and friends.

About The Small Maldives Island Co

The Small Maldives Island Co’s main focus is on Resort Management in the Maldives for Coastline Hotels and Resorts.

Amilla Fushi is owned by Coastline Hotels and Resorts – part of the Coastline Group of companies, one of the Maldives’ largest private companies, established in 1994. The Coastline Group is engaged in logistics; oil importing, storage and distribution; pilling and construction; building material supplies; hotel resort development; condominium development; airport ownership, development and operation; and luxury yacht and boat manufacturing. It is the largest importer and distributor of Fuel Related Products such as Marine Gasoil and Mo Gas to resorts in the Maldives, servicing 65 per cent of the country’s resorts through its company Asian Gasoil. In addition to building W Maldives and Huvafen Fushi, Coastline’s recent developments within the tourism sector include Mudhdhoo Island, subsequently acquired by Dusit Thani Hotels; Baa Atoll’s Dharavandhoo Airport; and the newly opened Raa Ifhuru Airport.

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