The Baros Residence Villa – newest accommodation from Baros Maldives

Baros, a luxury resort situated on its own private island in the Maldives, has announced the newest accommodations to open at the resort, the Baros Residence Villa. The brand new Baros Residence Villa maintains the authentic yet luxurious Maldivian style that personifies Baros, adding to the resort’s spectacular collection. Designed for guests to experience true Baros bliss in privacy, the singular Residence provides the ultimate indoor-outdoor space in the seclusion of a garden retreat. Those staying at the Residence will be assigned a personal butler and staff, an exclusive offering for guests staying there.

When staying at the Residence, which spans 2,906 square feet, guests have the freedom of space as well as being able to relax in secured privacy. Located on the eastern shore of the island, the Residence is blessed with the warm rays of the Baros sunrise. Featuring a lush tropical garden, a 226 square-foot pool and a sun deck with direct beach access to a pristine white sand beach, the Baros Residence is a secluded haven.

Upon arrival, guests of the Residence will receive a welcome gift. For every day of their holiday, guests can enjoy private in-villa breakfast, freshly prepared tropical fruit platters with delicious canapés at sunset, and will be attended to by a dedicated butler to cater to their every need. Guests who book the Residence for more than five nights will also be given the opportunity to have a complimentary unique dining experience, breakfast one morning on the beautiful Piano Deck in the middle of the island’s turquoise lagoon. In addition, guests staying in the Residence will be entitled to private luxury speedboat two-way transfers between the airport and Baros.

With this new spacious addition to the island’s luxurious collection of Villas and Suites, Baros enhances its legendary status as a pioneer in the Maldivian tourism industry and furthers its prevalence in the international luxury market.

Baros Maldives reopens to tourists on October 1, 2020 with new health and safety protocols put in place. 

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