Baros Maldives Adds Two New Villas

Baros Maldives Suites

Boutique island retreat Baros has added two new suites to its collection of villas. The 2,100-square-foot Baros Suites are located a short walk away from the main facilities and are designed to provide seclusion and privacy.

In addition to a spacious bedroom, the new suites provide a large living area that opens on to a wooden deck. Outside, guests can relax on sun loungers, eat under the stars in a private dining area or go swimming in their personal pool. Guests can look out over the ocean from a traditional swing in their personal thatched gazebo.

Baros Suites guests receive private transfer to and from the property by luxury yacht, a bottle of champagne and fruit platter on arrival and a dedicated Suite Butler that will be on call at all times. Those who stay in these new villas are also provided with special complimentary amenities and a Baros souvenir the night before the end of their stay.

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Located 25 minutes by speedboat from the Maldives International Airport, Baros is located on a Maldivian-owned private tropical island. Welcoming guests since 1973, Baros marked one of the first resorts to open in the country. The property includes 77 villas, three restaurants, two bars and a spa. Snorkeling opportunities are available at Baros, with a colorful reef located just 15 to 30 meters from shore.

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