Operating since 1973, the intimate Baros Maldives Resort is located on a private coral island in the Indian Ocean. The property was Maldives' third holiday resort island and continues to treat every guest to a unique experience. Maldivian culture and influences are found throughout, including displays of local artefacts and antique maps of the islands. Set in the southern part of the North Male Atoll, luxury speedboats operate throughout the day to bring guests from Male International Airport in just 25 minutes. From the moment you step into the resort, a hassle-free and relaxing stay awaits.
Villas at Baros Maldives Resort
Forty-five elegant beachside Maldives villas at the Baros Maldives are nestled among lush greenery, while 30 over-water villas offer the perfect setting for a honeymoon or romantic getaway. Ranging from 89 to 268 square feet, each villa is built using sandstone and timber to ensure a sophisticated design that melds with the landscape. The spacious villas have direct access to the island’s beach and lagoon, and feature a private veranda or sun deck, teak-floored bedrooms with king-sized beds, and a living space.
You will have everything you need for a soothing break at the Baros Maldives. From beach bags and flip flops to yoga mats and bathrobes, each villa is equipped with a range of amenities. Entertainment systems feature an iPod docking station and a surround sound system with a DVD/CD player and flat screen television. Rooms include complimentary wireless Internet, espresso machine, personalized bar, ceiling fan and air conditioning.
Amenities at Baros Maldives Resort
From recreation to relaxation, the Baros Maldives treat guests to personalized activities and amenities. The Spa at Baros Maldives provides individualized treatments set in a calm tropical garden. For diving enthusiasts, there are two centres dedicated to exploring the waters surrounding the island. Learn how to scuba dive at the Dive Centre, or join at guided snorkelling excursion from the Marine Centre. In addition to a spectacular reef steps from the beach, the Baros Maldives is within a 50-minute boat trip to over 30 dive spots. You can also venture out into the Indian Ocean with a glass bottom canoe or catamaran, or enjoy windsurfing on the lagoon. Water skiing and wakeboarding are also permitted outside the lagoon.
A range of dining options caters to all moods and tastes at the Baros Maldives. The Cayenne Grill offers lunch and dinner menus within thatched gazebos overlooking the lagoon, while the contemporary Lime Restaurant serves Asian influenced dishes throughout the day. For dinner, the over-water Lighthouse Restaurant features a white sail pinnacle roof and provides gourmet cuisine with various wines, all of which are housed in a glass-walled, walk-in wine cellar. You can enjoy a drink or light snack at the Lighthouse Lounge, where every Friday the venue is infused with sounds of Jazz and Blues. For a unique tropical experience at the Baros Maldives, sit with your feet in the sand under palm trees at the sophisticated Sails lounge and bar. Daybeds and hammocks add to the relaxed atmosphere, and twice a week local bands treat guests to chilled tunes. You can also arrange an intimate meal on the Baros Maldives sandbank, or in the comfort of your villa.
After experiencing the resort, the Baros Maldives also arranges pre-planned and personalized excursions. The 19-metre Nooma, a traditional handcrafted Maldivian sailing dhoni, and 16-metre motor yacht Serenity can be charted for sunset and dinner cruises, or for snorkelling and Maldives diving excursions. Additional excursions allow guests to visit local islands and the capital city of Male by luxury speedboat, or learn traditional hand line fishing.
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