Baros Maldives Unveils Renovated Villas

The Baros Maldives has renovated Deluxe Villas.

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.

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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.

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