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Amilla Fushi Villa Residences Joins Elite Havens Luxury Villa Rentals Portfolio

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Elite Havens Group, Asia’s leading luxury real estate, villa marketing and management distribution company, is delighted to announce the addition of Amilla Fushi Villa Residences in UNESCO protected Baa Atoll, Maldives to its outstanding portfolio of luxury villas.

This acquisition in the coveted Maldives represents an exciting expansion into new territories for Elite Havens and furthers their collection of exceptional holiday villas located in the best islands in the world, Bali, Lombok, Phuket and Sri Lanka.

“We are delighted to represent and market Amilla Fushi Villa Residences,” said Jon Stonham, CEO of the Elite Havens Group. “The Maldives are rightfully perceived as the pinnacle of tropical island beauty and luxury and this coupled with the superb experience Amilla Fushi offers their guests we are proud to welcome these eight stunning villas to our portfolio.”

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Amilla Fushi Villa Residences are part of Amilla Fushi Island Resort. There are eight villas in total, comprising Amilla – the Amilla villa estate (six bedrooms), six Amilla – 4 bedroom villa residences (four bedrooms) and Amilla – the great beach villa residence (eight bedrooms). There is an exceptional variety of international dining venues, from poolside treats at chilled-out foodie hub baazaar to sophisticated, overwater dining at Feeling Koi.

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The chic waiting room at Javvu Spa

Beachside BBQ’s or picnics are held at The Emperor Beach Club, and to top it all off there is the Wine Shop & Cellar Door and General Store with café and deli. Other facilities include a dive & water sports centre with a Marine Biology section, two tennis courts managed by Jim Courier Tennis, a photography studio, a lifestyle shop, a kid’s club and a full spa with wellness facilities, and for the health conscious a clean & lean café and personal training studio managed by Bodyism.

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The Amilla Fushi Resort is owned and developed by Coastline Investments in partnership with The Small Maldives Island Co. as their island custodians.

Michael C. Flynn, Chairman of The Small Maldives Island Co. said, “We have long admired Elite Havens for their high level of expertise in villa distribution and marketing services. We know that this relationship is going to open up significant new opportunities for us all.”

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Mark Hehir, Curator and CEO of The Small Maldives Island Co. added, “We are thrilled to be working together with Elite Havens. We look forward to a long and successful partnership.”

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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 and Finolhu are owned and being developed 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 percent of the country’s resorts through its company Asian Gasoil. In addition to building both 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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