Baros was chosen to be a special resort because it was small, unspoilt and idyllically located in the centre of the atoll, with its own reef encircling a pristine lagoon and untouched sandy shores. To conserve the island’s intrinsic beauty, the Maldivian family who leased it from the government and still operate it today, resolved to keep Baros pure.
Accommodation at first consisted of 56 beds in round cabanas with conical-shaped palm thatched roofs and rough coral walls. There was no air-conditioning. By 1983 the resort had expanded to 100 beds but even then only some of the rooms were air-conditioned. Ten years later 12 wooden, thatched octagonal cottages built on columns over the lagoon were added.
Where is the Maldives?
In the Indian Ocean, southwest of India and Sri Lanka. The Republic of the Maldives is an archipelago of about 1,190 coral islands southwest of India’s southern tip, some 670 km (416 miles) southwest of Sri Lanka. The islands are strung out in a chain, stretching 822 km (510 miles) from north to south across the Equator, and 130 km (80 miles) at the widest from west to east. Only 200 of them are inhabited with nearly 100 of the uninhabited islands turned into tourist resorts.
The total land area, if all the islands were one landmass, would amount to 298 square kilometres (115 square miles), about half the size of Singapore. In actual fact 99.9% of the Republic is sea. The islands are grouped in 26 natural atolls, ring-like coral formations enclosing a massive central lagoon, which gives the Maldives its unique paradise-like appearance.
Where is Baros Maldives?
The Best Luxury Resort Maldives is so easy to reach and yet so far removed from the world. It lies in the central southern part of North Male’ Atoll, about 20 to 25 minutes by speedboat from the archipelago’s capital, Male’ and from the Maldives International Airport.
The LightHouse Restaurant
The Lighthouse Restaurant is the hallmark of Baros Maldives, an overwater pavilion with a white sail pinnacle roof that serves as an iconic beacon visible long before the island comes into view. It has been acclaimed as one of the best restaurants in the whole of the Maldives
The Cayenne is the place for a light lunch from a wood-fired pizza oven as well as salads, wraps, paninis, and for combination platters of grills of the world: Teppanyaki and Tandoori. There is even a dedicated Satay Bar open during the day.The Cayenne features the best steaks from all over the world as well as fish freshly caught by local fishermen, all cooked to perfection by master chefs in the open kitchen. A meal at the Cayenne is a highlight of this elegant island resort in Maldives.
Above Special Rates are inclusive of 8% Gst AND ARE NOT VALID FOR UK, GERMANY, FRANCE,SWITZERLAND,RUSSIS & ITALY MARKETS
A minimum of 05 nights is required for all guests staying within the period of
27th December 2013 – 10th January 2014.
No departures will be accepted on 30th & 31st Dec 2013.
Return Transfer via speedboat
US$ 207.00 per Adult / US$ 111.00 per Child (8-12yrs)
HoneyMoon Offer :
01 bottle of wine & chocolates in room
01 honeymoon photo in Baros Photo frame
01 Candlelight dinner for two persons (menu set by resort)
Applicable for minimum 04 nights stays.
Applicable for clients travelling within 06 months from the date of wedding.
A copy of the wedding certificate has to be shown at the resort on request.
The candlelit dinner is applicable for clients booked on any meal plan.
If clients are booked on HB, the contracted meal supplements will still apply
for the entire stay & will be compensated with lunch during their stay.
Cancellation Policy :
All year round except 23rd Dec 2013 – 10th Jan 2014:
- 26 - 19 days prior to arrival: 50% of the total cost will be charge
- 18 - 09 days prior to arrival: 75% of the total cost will be charge
- 08 days prior to arrival: 100% of the total cost will be charge
From 23rd Dec 2013 – 10th Jan 2014
- Less than 34 days from arrival dates: 100% of total cost will be charged
*Early Check out charges & No Show Policy is chargeable fully to the total
From 14:00 hours
Until 12:00 hours