Baros Maldives Luxury Resort

The Baros Maldives luxury hotel resort is a small coral island in the Indian Ocean ringed by a sandy beach and a living house-reef, just 25 minutes by speedboat from Maldives International Airport. It is an award-winning boutique resort renowned for discreet, personalised service excellence. You can feel the luxury at Baros Maldives.

As a small leading luxury resort, Baros offers tastefully-designed Beach and Water Villas. Guests can anticipate classic elegance, lush vegetation, and tranquil seclusion. Baros Maldives is one of the most romantic resorts in the Maldive Islands, making the resort a perfect honeymoon or anniversary getaway.

Inspired by Maldivian traditions of heartfelt hospitality, Baros luxury hotel Maldives  is a tropical island dream come true, with fine cuisine, a garden Spa, a gym, an overwater swimming pool, individualised excursions and underwater experiences.

Where are the Maldives?

In the Indian Ocean, southwest of India and Sri Lanka. The Republic of the Maldives is an archipelago of about 1,190 coral islands southwest of India’s southern tip, some 670 km (416 miles) southwest of Sri Lanka. The islands are strung out in a chain, stretching 822 km (510 miles) from north to south across the Equator, and 130 km (80 miles) at the widest from west to east. Only 200 of them are inhabited with nearly 100 of the uninhabited islands turned into tourist resorts.

The total land area, if all the islands were one landmass, would amount to 298 square kilometres (115 square miles), about half the size of Singapore. In actual fact 99.9% of the Republic is sea. The islands are grouped in 26 natural atolls, ring-like coral formations enclosing a massive central lagoon, which gives the Maldives its distinctive paradise-isles appearance.

Where is Baros Maldives?

The island of Baros Maldives is so easy to reach and yet so far removed from the world. It lies in the central southern part of North Male’ Atoll, 25 minutes by speedboat from the Maldives International Airport and the archipelago’s capital, Male’.

How to get to Baros Maldives?

Only minutes after touch down, guests go straight to the resort: a hassle-free start to the holiday. Transfer is by the resort’s super speedboats on call 24/7, with a resort host at the airport to welcome guests and escort them to the island. Luggage is delivered to each guest Villa soon after arrival on the island.

The Villas

Guests at Baros have a choice of the finest things in life in lavish comfort. There are 45 Beachside and 30 Water Villas on Baros Maldives. All are beautifully designed, built by craftsmen using sandstone and timber to blend with the natural environment. All have contemporary furnishings, large windows to let in natural light, and are timeless in ambience. As well as having a private veranda or sun deck, sun loungers and a teak dining table for two, each Villa has a spacious, teak-floored bedroom featuring a king-size bed with soft cotton sheets and pillows, as well as a vanity desk and a large sofa or day bed. All have direct access to the beautiful lagoon by the beach from the veranda or by wooden steps from the sun deck.

Breakfast at Baros Maldives

Lunch at Baros Maldives

Happy Hour on the Piano Deck

Sunset at Baros Maldives

Dinner at Baros Maldives

Maldives Underwater Adventures

The different excursions include voyaging on Nooma, a traditional handcrafted Maldivian sailing dhoni, or a cruise on Serenity, a modern luxury motor yacht. It is also possible to get away from it all by spending the day, or having dinner, on an isolated sandbank in the middle of the ocean. As an experience for married couples, a special Maldivian Renewal of Vows ceremony can be arranged. The Piano Deck, a small wooden deck shaped like a grand piano and poised above the translucent lagoon, is a unique location for a celebration.

Wish You Were Here at the Baros Maldives Luxury Resort

If you desire and deserve unsurpassed turqouise luxury, book your Baros Maldives Luxury Resort vacation today.

Tim Cotroneo is a Minneapolis-based freelance writer specializing in travel, business, and golf.

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