Fresh off being named Small Luxury Hotels’ Resort Hotel of the Year, the Baros Maldives has revealed its 24 renovated Deluxe Villas.
Each of the 957-square-foot villas received a brighter décor such as polished “neo-Art Deco” furniture and a flat-screen TV. In the bathrooms, washbasins were pushed back to increase the floor space. All Deluxe Villas have direct beach access and a 24-hour Villa Host.
In addition to the Deluxe Villas, the Cayenne Grill has reopened with a new menu, including the special Butcher’s Block Menu as well as new vegetarian dishes. The menu comprises wood-fired pizza, salads, wraps, Teppanyaki and Tandoori. The Teppanyaki Hut, where guests can sit around the chef’s counter and watch him cook on the flat-top, was also upgraded.
The Deluxe Villas each have an open-air bathroom in a sandstone-walled tropical garden.
Baros Maldives has 75 villas in total (including 15 Water Pool Villas and one Baros Residence, the top accommodation), a tropical garden spa with four suites, a spa pavilion where the resident yogi leads classes, two additional restaurants and bars, and intimate sandbank dining exclusive for couples.
To book VIPs, contact the director of sales, Nasrulla Adam ([email protected]).
By 2019, the Maldives will have a slew of new luxury brands such as Waldorf Astoria, Pullman and Baglioni. Also set to open are the Lux North Male Atoll, Movenpick Resort & Spa Kuredhivaru Maldives, Carpe Diem Maldives, OBLU Select at Sangeli and Emerald Maldives Resort & Spa.