Baros Resort, Maldives
Sunset dining at The Lighthouse

Baros Resort, Maldives

Baros Resort, Maldives

Maldivian sophistication in spades


Cocooned in luxury


Thatched tropical villa living of teak and sandstone spilling onto private beaches, gardens and waters marks a seamless blend between Maldivian craftsmanship and nature. Set on an intimate coral island not too far from Male, the resort requires little effort to get to or get use to. The benchmark is set with chilled champagne on arrival, evening canapés and continues with routine champagne for breakfasts, and not a buffet nor queue in sight. It’s not all about eating and drinking though, do meet the resident marine turtles, the flightless dodo bird and explore the house reef, but don’t expect to meet anyone younger than 8 years here


North Male Atoll, Maldives
The resort is within easy reach; the breathtaking journey by speedboat from Malé International Airport is just 25 minutes; expect to be in your villa within 45 minutes of landing at the airport


The 350 x 300 metre (give or take a metre) half-moon shaped coral island is fringed with a white sandy beach, calm lagoon and a gorgeous house reef just 30m from the shore


With nature’s biggest swimming pool at your doorstep, there isn’t a man-made main resort pool


Spa, water sports centre, snorkelling, marine information and snorkelling centre, pool table, table tennis and board game, island boutique, library lounge, fitness centre, cooking classes, Maldivian cultural centre, PADI dive centre, cooking classes, gallery, luxury yacht, dhoni sailboat, activities and excursions, yoga on the sandbank or overwater pavilion, transit lounge with showers, recliners and internet

Baros Resort, Maldives

A total of 75 villas (24 Deluxe Villas, 10 Baros Villas, 30 Water Villas, 8 Pool Villas, 2 Premium Pool Villas, 1 Baros Residence)
In all villas: King bed, Egyptian cotton and pillow menu, air conditioning and ceiling fan, free WiFi, flat screen TV, CD/DVD player, iPod docking station, surround sound system, IDD telephone, in-villa safe, mini bar, wine chiller, espresso machine, complimentary mineral water, stand-alone bathtub, rain shower, veranda with day bed and sitting area, sun loungers, yoga mat, beach bag & flip flops


0200PM / NOON

eat & drink

Lime Restaurant – lagoon edge dining serving contemporary Maldivian delicacies and champagne breakfasts
Cayenne Grill – enjoy fresh seafood delights under thatched gazebos in a relaxed waterside atmosphere
The Lighthouse – epic sunset skies mingles with delectable creations like ‘Medalions of Duck Foie Gras on Warm Brioch Glazed Apple, Calvados and Shallot Jus’ and a well-stocked wine cellar; enjoy it all on the open lower deck or venture upstairs for tented open air elegance in The Lighthouse Lounge for martinis and champagne cocktails
Private dining experience – design your own island dining experience in your villa, on the sand, by the beach or on the resort’s 19m long traditional Maldivian sailing dhoni, Nooma 
Sails Bar and Palm Garden – this is a cocktails and light lunches, feet-in-sand, bums on cushioned armchairs under the shade of towering palms relaxed garden eatery
Satay Bar – sample delicious charcoal-grilled satays in a casual setting
In-Villa Dining – on demand 24/7


A private dedicated Butler looks after Baros Residence guests and Pool and Premium Pool Villas enjoy the personalised attention of Villa Hosts


Refresh your body and mind in a choice of four lush spa rooms and range of massages to suit; each room promises 2 treatment beds for couple massages, and private outdoor spa bath and rain shower for relaxation post-treatment, such is the life at Baros


This evocative atoll is perfectly suited to couples seeking sun-drenched indulgence and blissful luxury


Very suitable; a number of ceremonial packages are available


The resort is best suited for grown-ups and couples. Anyone over 8 years is welcome


Just a 30 metres from the beach the 300m long house reef slopes gently down to 20m where large coral outcrops with a variety of marine life can be found. In a depth of 16m lies a wreck that often hosts nurse sharks, rays and very large groupers. The house reef is a nursery ground for black-tip sharks and therefore an everyday seen habitant. Hawksbill turtles are regularly sighted in shallower depths. Buddy-pairs can benefit from a whole day access to the house reef, and even night dives can be done straight from the house reef…read more>



The resort is dedicated to nurturing and sustaining its environment and adopts a number of green initiatives…read more>