Mark Hehir is the General Manager of the Amilla Fushi and Finolhu in Baa Atoll. He is also the CEO, Partner and Curator at the Small Maldives Island Co, the company that manages the two Baa Atoll properties. He comes from a culinary background and his first managerial position was with Huvafen Fushi in 2005. […]
The winners of the Hotel Asia International Culinary Challenge 2016 were announced last Wednesday at an awards ceremony held at the Hulhule’ Island Hotel. The Maldives’ biggest culinary competition took place from from 4 to 7 September with more than 300 chefs from over 40 hotels and resorts competing for the coveted trophies in 20 […]
Amilla Fushi has announced an exclusive partnership with ‘Bodyism’ to host a number of wellness and fitness programmes for its guests.
Kilgariff has previously served as the general manager at Karma Kandara in Bali, Soneva Fushi in Maldives, and Six Senses Resorts & Spas’ Zighy Bay Oman.
Nashiu Zahir heads to Baa Atoll to explore Amilla Fushi, one of the country’s hottest new openings.
Women in Hospitality: Aminath Shaly, Director of Human Resources for Amilla Fushi, The Small Maldives Island Co.
For the latest instalment of our ‘Women in Hospitality’ series, we speak to Aminath Shaly, Director of Human Resources for Amilla Fushi by The Small Maldives Island Co.
If there’s one thing I notice during my trip to the recently opened Amilla Fushi, it’s that they are allergic to reception counters. Gone is the notion of waiting your turn to speak to a receptionist and in its place comes the experience of being welcomed within your own home.
Amilla Fushi, the newly opened resort in Baa atoll, is the only Maldivian property to be featured on the renowned Condé Nast Traveller Hot List this year. The Hot List is the UK publication’s round up of all the hotel and resort openings that have caught their eye over the past twelve months.
Amilla Fushi is the exciting new opening of the year. According to the management of Amilla Fushi, the resort is officially open for business effective today, 21st December 2014.Situated right in the middle of the UNESCO world biosphere reserve Baa Atoll, it is an island with a difference. The name Amilla Fushi, meaning ‘my island home’ expresses the sentiment of the resort to provide guests with a wholly warm and personal experience. Ensconced in one of the richest waters of the archipelago, the island itself is a verdantly lush island spanning 23.4 hectares.