Baros Maldives Resort Offers Proposal Ideas for Couples

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Looking to take that special someone somewhere special? Baros Maldives resort, named Small Luxury Hotels’ Resort Hotel of the Year, has created a list of the most romantic ways to pop the question at its property. Here are the favorites:

On the Beach

Enjoy a candlelit dinner anywhere on the island and then propose on the beaches of Baros. The resort’s team will help create special moments by personalizing every step of the proposal to the guest’s request.

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On a Private Sandbank

Pop the question on a private sandbank with views of the ocean and not another person in sight. The expert team at Baros will help create a romantic feast just for two so that couples can focus on being together.

On the Piano Deck

Arguably one of the most picturesque locations associated with the island of Baros is that of the romantic Piano Deck over the lagoon. Couples can spend time together as they look out to the Indian Ocean.

In the Ocean

For the more adventurous, a couple can experience a unique moment right in the middle of the Indian ocean. Pop the question underwater surrounded by marine life and follow it up with a romantic celebratory cruise on an island dhoni.

Rates at Baros Maldives start at $900 per night for two people in a Deluxe Villa and from $1,400 per night for two in a Water Villa (plus taxes, and service charge).

Located 25 minutes by speedboat from the Maldives International Airport, the Baros Maldives resort offers 75 secluded villas, either beachside under coconut palms or built over the lagoon; three gourmet restaurants, two bars and a spa.

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