Baros Maldives Unveils Membership Program, Baros Elite

Courtesy of Baros Maldives

Baros Maldives is introducing its newest membership program, Baros Elite. The program rewards returning guests with several exclusive perks, offered at different levels of memberships; these include free nights, spa credits, complementary dinners and other special discounts.

The membership levels include:

  • Club Member (awarded on the third visit): Includes member-only specials, personalized e-updates and e-news, a champagne welcome upon arrival, complimentary late check-out and a 15-minute Spa Teaser or equivalent extra time at Serenity Spa
  • Select Member (awarded on the eighth visit): Includes all Club Member perks, as well as a complimentary dinner, special discounts on all F&B, a complimentary cocktail at the Lighthouse Lounge and discounts on excursions; it also includes a private transfer for arrival and departure
  • Signature Member (awarded on the 13th visit): Includes a complimentary villa upgrade, luxury private transfers for arrival and departure, a sunset sailing cruise on Nooma, special discounts on all F&B, combined excursions and a complimentary stay of one night in a villa.

Baros Maldives is a private, Maldivian-owned island resort of 75 overwater, beachside garden and pool villas. The newest option, launched in December last year, is the Baros Suite. Dining options includes the over-water Lighthouse Restaurant, Cayenne Grill, Lime Restaurant and Sails Bar.

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