Baros Maldives Debuts New Products and Services

(Baros Maldives)

Baros has recently undergone a major enhancement, introducing impressive changes to its products and services in celebration of its 45th anniversary. Here’s what you can expect:  


The resort added Baros Suites, a new category of stand-alone Villa Accommodations. The new villas provide guests with a modern, luxurious living space, complete with a 19 foot-by-10 foot swimming pool and a separate hot- and cold-water jacuzzi. The Baros Suites also come with a secluded gazebo with a swing, offering views of the ocean.

In addition, the existing Baros Water Villas, Baros Pool Villas and Baros Deluxe Villas have all been upgraded with new furniture, brighter color scheme and high-quality materials.

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The Baros dining experiences have also been upgrades, following the redesign of the Sails Bar and lagoon-side Cayenne Restaurant. 

Baros has also refined its Baros Elite loyalty program for returning guests. The Elite membership now enables guests to collect free nights, spa credits, complementary dinners and other special discounts after two seven-night stays at Baros.  

The new changes to Baros are supported by the launch of a brand-new website with features, such as 360-degree tours. In celebration of its 45th anniversary, Baros is offering a special “Essence of Maldives” package through its website.

Marine Life

The restoration of the house reef to its natural, pristine glory has been advanced with a new project called Coral Lines. This uses a method that is environmentally sustainable and close to nature. Fragments of coral are collected and attached to ropes hanging in the lagoon nursery which are then nurtured for one to three years before being planted directly on the reef. This hands-on method encourages the growth of corals in their natural habitat without any artificial structures.

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