Indian Ocean’s Most Romantic Resort 2017
As the Festive Season approaches, we are delighted to let you know that as the year ends we have even more to celebrate at Baros Maldives.
Baros Maldives has been acclaimed as the World’s Most Romantic Resort 2017 at the recent World Travel Awards ceremony held in Vietnam. It is the fifth time Baros Maldives has been recognised as the World’s Most Romantic resort since 2012. This follows the award to Baros Maldives earlier in the year when the island was acclaimed as the Resort of the Year 2017 by Small Luxury Hotels of the World (SLH) at the brand’s International Conference in California.
The winners of World Travel Awards are decided by votes from travel and tourism professionals, and business and leisure travel consumers worldwide. The accolade recognizes the proven commitment to excellence demonstrated by Baros Maldives during the last twelve months.
We feel very proud to receive this award as it is public acknowledgement of the dedication of all who work at Baros Maldives in achieving guest satisfaction, as well as being recognised internationally for the romantic ambience inspired by the charm, beauty and hospitality that is typical of Baros Maldives.
On this note with the hope of welcoming you back, we wish you and your family a joyful festive season and a wonderful New Year.
Baros Maldives is a resort that offers understated elegance with a sense of authenticity, value and local culture. Perched around an ideal confined island in a perfectly clear coral lagoon, Baros Maldives in the Maldives will surpass your most elevated dream island desires. Encircled by clear, warm waters and sugar-white sands, and dotted with swaying palms and fragrant flowers, this intimate resort’s scenery is swoon-worthy. Team this with serene contemporary rooms (including overwater villas), tantalizing fine-dining options, a blissful spa, expansive pool, and aquatic activities from yachting to yoga, and you have the ultimate atoll escape. Baros Maldives lies in the central southern part of North Malé Atoll, 25 minutes by speedboat from the Maldives International Airport and the archipelago’s capital, Malé.