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Maldives Icon Amilla Fushi Scores a Hat-Trick at the World Luxury Spa and Restaurant Awards 2019

Maldives Icon Amilla Fushi Scores a Hat-Trick at the World Luxury Spa and Restaurant Awards 2019
Written by Amy

Maldives hot spot Amilla Fushi has claimed a trio of prestigious accolades in the annual World Luxury Spa and Restaurant Awards. The winners were announced at a glitzy ceremony held at The State Hermitage Museum Official Hotel in St. Petersburg, Russia on 5 July 2019.

Amilla Fushi’s signature over-water restaurant Feeling Koi was recognised as the Best Luxury Waterside Restaurant and Best Japanese Cuisine in the Indian Ocean, while the resort’s famed Javvu Spa was crowned the global winner for Best Luxury Jungle Resort Spa.

The World Luxury Spa and Restaurant Awards recognise and celebrate luxury restaurants and spas across the globe for their impeccable standards and memorable experiences; from outstanding atmosphere to exceptional service and setting the basis for service industry standards around the globe. Votes are garnered from guests through various marketing channels taking many factors into account from location to design and facilities, showcasing the true value of service excellence.

Serving authentic modern Japanese cuisine in the most breathtaking surroundings, Amilla’s overwater Feeling Koi restaurant offers Latin-inspired laid-back izakaya-style dining which combines the Japanese gastro-pub concept with warm service and a sprinkling of signature Amilla appeal. The restaurant features Japanese-inspired minimalist design; a private open-air dining room and open deck seating on the water’s edge; an open kitchen; and a climate-controlled Sake library including Feeling Koi’s own private label collection.

The resort’s Javvu Spa is an idyllic haven of wellness where pampering leads to holistic health with leading brands such as Pure Massage, ila, Gentleman’s Tonic, QMS and Louise Galvin combining to create a integrated spa menu of world-class, results-driven treatments. 10 wooden treatment pods are complemented by an indoor/outdoor gym with all the latest high tech equipment, a dedicated nail bar, hair salon and yoga pavilion for group or private classes, as well as the resorts new nurturing dining destination, the Wellness Café.

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